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The USM Update taping December 2019

Replay: 'The USM Update,' December 2019

In the final 2019 episode of "The USM Update,” USM President Glenn Cummings talks with guests about programming for student veterans, experiential learning partnerships and students in the arts.
Kallee Gallant, USM student as Titania_Maine State Ballet

Future engineer/STEM student dances lead with Maine State Ballet

Triple STEM major Kallee Gallant hopes someday to use her education to work for the CERN particle accelerator or for NASA, and in the meantime, while pursuing her studies, she's also pursuing her passion as a dancer with a lead role in Maine State Ballet's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream!
Jeannine Diddle Uzzi, Provost

Provost Jeannine Uzzi pens article on teaching college-level math

USM Provost Jeannine Diddle Uzzi has written an article about rethinking the way math is taught on college campuses, arguing that it should be taught similarly to how languages, such as Latin, are taught.

USM Mathematics students completed Capstone Course projects in Topology.

USM Mathematics students completed Capstone Course projects in Topology.

USM Statistics graduate student, Solomon Nkhalamba, Shares Professional Development Activity in Malawi

USM Statistics graduate student, Solomon Nkhalamba, Shares Professional Development Activity in Malawi.

USM student leading Maine State Ballet’s “The Little Mermaid”

Veronica Druchniak spends her days studying math and physics. At night, she dances. The 21-year-old math major from Standish serves as one of Maine State Ballet's principal dancers. And when the curtain rose Oct. 7 on ""The Little Mermaid," she was the title character.

Congratulations to Inauguration Scholars

Congratulations to Mathematics and Statistics Inauguration Scholars

Hooked on Math, Dance, and USM

Veronica Druchniak, a student at USM, is a star in her academic studies and ballet career.

Congratulations to math major Bryer Sousa!

Congratulations to math major Bryer Sousa, who is one of the winners of the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) Fellowships for 2016-17.