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USM Student Earns Early Acceptance to Tufts Medical School
Bilan Mohamed '22 learned she had been accepted into the prestigious program just as she was starting her third year of undergrad.
USM Education Grads Sought After by Schools
The University's education grads are virtually guaranteed a teaching job if they want one right now. Some are getting multiple offers even before they graduate.
Q&A: Noah Hurowitz '13, Journalist and Author
A lot has been written about notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera. But in his new book, Noah Hurowitz '13 tells the untold story.
USM Grad Student Publishes Paper on Wabanaki Self Governance
It is rare for a grad student — particularly one who isn’t in a PhD program — to present as sole author in Maine Policy Review.
A Conversation with Lorrie Spaulding, Director of Veterans Services at USM
Lorrie Spaulding is the Director of Veterans Services and the School Certifying Official (SCO) for USM's Division of Student Success. USM's Veterans Services is a resource for veterans, service members, and their families.
USM Voices: Qiu says USM ‘brought the real me back’
Watch to learn why Finance major Hannah Qiu of Gardiner, Maine, wanted to serve her classmates as Student Body President and why she loves USM.
Portland Press Herald features Hiroshima op-ed by Rebecca Gibbons
Rebecca Gibbons marked the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima on Aug. 6th with an op-ed story in the Portland Press Herald.
Business alum's degrees prepared him to lead the way in the software industry in Sweden
After earning a double major in International Business and Marketing at USM in only three years, while playing ice hockey and running mid-distance for the track and field team, Victor Ivarrson '17 is pursuing his career dreams in Stockholm.
USM Voices: Stonecoast MFA student teaching on the island of Lesvos
USM Stonecoast MFA student Becky Thompson shares her experience teaching poetry to non-English speaking students in Lesvos this summer.
USM Voices: Follow recent grad Sam Matey on his journey to Madagascar
Environmental Science grad Sam Matey '19 has been spending his summer studying Madagascar's lemurs with a cohort of international scientists as part of the Madagascar Biodiversity Partnership. Follow his journey on his blog, The Weekly Anthropocene, shared here as part of USM Voices.