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USM announces Fall 2018 Dean's List
The University of Southern Maine (USM) is pleased to announce that more than 1,200 undergraduate students from across the globe have been named to the Fall Semester 2018 Dean's List.
USM student-athletes make their academic mark
Continuing in a tradition of academic and athletic excellence, 31 Fall student-athletes at USM have been recognized by the Little East Conference for their outstanding academic achievements, earning them slots on the 2018 Little East Conference Fall All-Academic Team.
The Year in News: Our Top Stories of 2018
We're recapping our top stories of 2018 in a big, multimedia way.
Hundreds come to first Fall Job Fair at USM
The Career & Employment Hub at the University of Southern Maine hosted its first-ever Fall Job Fair on Thursday, Nov. 8, drawing hundreds of students looking for work.
Nursing students photographed giving flu shot in Sun Journal
Photographer Andree Kehn took the photo while the students were participating in a partnership with Central Maine Medical Center, which provides logistical support.
Projected nursing shortage drops as nursing leaders and AARP support passage of Question 4
Projection shows Maine is making progress on RN shortage as voters consider a University Workforce Bond that includes $12 million in proposed nursing investments
Statewide support for Question 4
There has been statewide support for Question 4 on the Nov. 6 ballot, from business and health care leaders to residents and more. The bond, if approved, will invest $49 million in the University of Maine System to fund workforce development and infrastructure improvements.
What you need to know about upcoming Bond Question 4
If approved by voters on Nov. 6, Question 4 will invest a historic $49 million into Maine's public universities, including USM, to fund workforce development initiatives in nursing, engineering, computer science and more.
Becoming a nurse: learning trust, teamwork and empathy
After 16 years in information technology, Jon White enrolled in the USM School of Nursing. He completed the school’s accelerated program — which takes only 15 months to educate, immerse and shape people prior with bachelor’s degrees into nurses — and went to work.
'The USM Update' Oct. 1, 2018
On this episode of "The USM Update," we discuss how USM is preparing students today for the workforce of tomorrow, through investments in nursing and engineering; expanded career services and hands-on internship placements for students; and increased opportunities for students to gain global skills (and just how they're doing it).