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Reduced Tuition for Out-of-State Muskie MPH and MPPM Students

Tuition decrease for out of state Muskie graduate degree-seeking students.
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Muskie School to Co-Host 10th Annual Patient Safety Academy

The Muskie School is providing support for the 10th Annual Patient Safety Academy in March 2020.
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These USM students want to make brewing more sustainable

Through a unique grant-internship opportunity, USM students Kathleen Rattazzi and Cameron Reynolds are working to make Maine breweries more sustainable.

EPA awards USM $1.75 million to aid environmental programs in southeastern New England

The federal Environmental Protection Agency has awarded a $1.75 million grant to the University of Southern Maine to create and run a training and technical assistance network overseeing environmental efforts along a section of the Massachusetts and Rhode Island coastline.
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Replay: 'The USM Update,' November 2019

In the November episode of "The USM Update," USM President Glenn Cummings sits down to talk about groundbreaking biology research at USM, global leadership through the Maine Model United Nations program, and how USM is leading the way in sustainable seafood initiatives.
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USM senior Tyler Walsh assessing, addressing pollution in Casco Bay

Research conducted this summer by USM student Tyler Walsh, through an internship with the Casco Bay Estuary Partnership (CBEP), aims to better understand nutrient pollution in Casco Bay.

University of Southern Maine report highlights risk data for youth in each of Maine’s 16 counties

Maine’s young people who are returning to their communities following involvement in the child welfare or youth justice systems should receive more help from local agencies, according to a new report released by researchers from the University of Southern Maine’s Muskie School of Public Service.

USM students excel in Iceland challenge

For five University of Southern Maine students and recent graduates, it seemed like an icy mission impossible. Fly 2,300 miles to the edge of the Arctic Circle and while still fighting the four hours stolen by an eastbound red-eye flight, team up with students from a variety of prestigious Nordic universities, and find a way to save the world. It became the Iceland challenge.
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First-ever report on Maine’s school-based policing released by USM's Cutler Institute

The new report, “School-Based Policing in Maine,” funded by the Maine Juvenile Justice Advisory Group, examines Maine’s increasing use of school resource officers (SROs) and finds that by itself, school policing is not evidenced to significantly reduce school violence or improve school safety.

Cutler Institute awarded $116k Susan Harwood Training Grant from OSHA

USM is among 79 organizations nationwide to receive the one-year grant and is the research team’s sixth consecutive award from OSHA.

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