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Husky Harvest

2017 Husky Harvest

Tourism and Hospitality students celebrate cultures around the world with different ethnic food and entertainment at the 5th annual Husky Harvest.

Broad Changes to Maine's Juvenile Justice System recommended by experts at USM and U Maine Law

Maine's juvenile justice system should shift away from reliance on large facilities like Long Creek Youth Development Center in South Portland towards a continuum of care utilizing community-based in-home services and evidence-based out-of-home services for youth, according to a new white paper from the Justice Policy Program at the University of Southern Maine's Muskie School of Public Service and the Maine Center for Juvenile Policy and Law at the University of Maine School of Law.

Muskie School Launches Monthly Research Hour Presentations

The Muskie School has launched a monthly lunch and learn research hour which showcases the work of our faculty and researchers.

TAH Students at the HX Experience

Tourism and Hospitality students attended hospitality industry trade show in New York City.

Workshop on Public Engagement

The Data Innovation Project and the Muskie School of Public Service hosted Professor Eric Gordon of Emerson College.

New Center for Learning Website and Online Module

The Center for Learning's website has a new look!
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Muskie School of Public Service report examines financial exploitation of Maine seniors

A just-completed University of Southern Maine report —analyzing more than 650 cases of reported financial exploitation of Maine seniors — found that most victims were women, at least 80 years old and either widowed, single or divorced.

Public engagement workshop

The Data Innovation Project and the Muskie School of Public Service hosted Professor Eric Gordon, Director of the Emerson Engagement Lab at Emerson College for a 3-hour workshop titled “Effective Public Engagement in the Digital Age.”

Another successful Husky Harvest!

Students from the Muskie School's Tourism and Hospitality program, in collaboration with Southern Maine Community College, the Confucius Institute and USM Campus Life, hosted the 5th annual Husky Harvest, a multicultural celebration with ethnic food, and entertainment on Wednesday, November 29 at the Woodbury Campus Center on USM’s Portland campus.

Tourism & Hospitality students attend HX Experience

This past month twenty six Tourism and Hospitality students attended the HX Experience which is North America's leading trade show for the hospitality industry.

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