Maine is poised to become a leader in the emerging Arctic marketplace, former President of Iceland Ólafur Grímsson told a University of Southern Maine audience on Oct. 26. The former head of state — who ended his 20-year-long presidency in August — was joined on stage at USM’s Hannaford Hall in Portland by UMaine climatologist Dr. Paul Mayewski, New England Ocean Cluster co-founder and CEO Patrick Arnold and U.S. Sen. Angus King of Maine. The event was titled “Leadership, Exploration, and Survival: A Blueprint for Thriving in Our Changing World.”
The Center, otherwise known as "The ROCC" looks to provide students in recovery a safe place to reconnect with themselves, each other and their community, while providing the support needed to succeed in the classroom.
Six ESP students were recognized this fall by the College of Science, Technology & Health as scholarship recipients. Those recognized were; Chi Bui, Brooke Byers, Kassandra Girard, CiAnne Plummer, Jennifer Sawtelle, and Lisa Willey. Pictured are Dr. Rob Sanford, Chi Bui, Jennifer Sawtelle and Lisa Willey.
On October 21, 2016 the College of Science, Technology, and Health presented two Recreation and Leisure Study students with the James D. Sullivan Scholarship Award. Marly Sargent and Patrick Dragon were honored with the award by James Sullivan's daughter, Vicki Sullivan. RLS instructors Jennifer Jain and Holly Bean, along with Laure Nickerson joined the group in congratulating Marly and Patrick.
The University of Maine School of Law and the University of Southern Maine’s Muskie School of Public Service are proud to announce that they offer an accelerated Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree and a Masters in Public Health (MPH) degree. This dual degree program enables students to complete both degrees in 4 years (with summer study) rather than 5 years. The program’s combination of law and public health provides invaluable interdisciplinary knowledge and skills for students interested in law and the public health policy sphere.