Town & Country is the Founding Sponsor of USM’s fast-growing Esports Program
Posters from the “Celebrate People’s History” exhibit and event series, as well as a new poster celebrating the Papermaker’s strike that took place in Jay from 1987 to 1988, will be featured in the main Atrium Gallery at 51 Westminster Street from January 11 through February 20.
USM received $160,000 to start or expand Registered Teacher Apprenticeship Programs (RTAP), which allow school system employees to complete their degrees and teacher certification through a combination of on-the-job training and classroom instruction.
Long a premier exhibition space in Lewiston-Auburn, the Atrium Gallery will present its first show of the 2023-2024 season with the work of Frederick Ndabaramiye, an artist originally from Rwanda who is now living in Portland.
As requested by Gov. Mills, the University of Maine System will ensure the cost of college is not a barrier for those directly impacted by the tragedy by providing free tuition and establishing a fund to support other postsecondary educational expenses.
The hour-long event began with a procession of faculty and administrators in Hannaford Hall on the Portland Campus, included remarks from several colleagues and culminated with a presidential address. It was followed by a short speech from award-winning actor and USM alumnus Tony Shalhoub ‘77.