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USM researchers write first-of-its-kind economic analysis of Maine’s growing wedding industry
The Maine Center for Business and Economic Research at University of Southern Maine has partnered with the newly created Maine Wedding Report to issue “Marry ME,” a first-of-its kind economic analysis of Maine’s growing wedding industry.
"Melt Down" exhibition at CMCA includes work of USM Art faculty and alum
The current exhibition, “Melt Down,” on view through June 9 at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) in Rockland tells the story of climate change through photographs and videos by Maine artists who have traveled to the Arctic and Antarctica and includes work by USM Art faculty and alumnus.
USM graduate, first Deaf Mainer to earn Ph.D., appears on '207'
Regan Thibodeau of Falmouth, the first Deaf person from Maine to earn a Ph.D., recently appeared on News Center Maine’s “207” program to describe her experience.
USM School of Music faculty and students praised in community productions
Campus performances may be taking a break but the University of Southern Maine School of Music faculty and students continue to be featured in the Portland community.
USM celebrates 139th Commencement Ceremony
The University of Southern Maine celebrated its 139th Commencement Ceremony on Saturday with more than 900 graduate and undergraduate students marching across the Cross Insurance Arena stage following remarks by Maine Governor Janet Mills.
"207" broadcasts story on USM Chamber Singers' upcoming trip to Vietnam
The WCSH-TV news program “207” interviewed members of the USM Chamber Singers about their upcoming trip to Vietnam.
Sam Matey '19 featured by The Forecaster
The Forecaster newspapers has featured Class of 2019 graduate Sam Matey, who earned his bachelor’s degree in environmental science at 18 years old. In the story by reporter Jane Vaughn, Matey talked about his choice of USM, his care for the environment and plans to journey to Madagascar, where he’ll work with researchers studying the lemur population.
USM unveils collaboration with Maine composites industry leaders
The University of Southern Maine announced a new collaboration that will bring the Composite Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) and $1.5 million worth of equipment into the Michael E. Dubyak Center for Digital Science & Innovation at USM.
USM alumnus and WTO Chief Economist Robert Koopman speaks on the future of trade
University of Southern Maine alumnus and World Trade Organization Chief Economist Robert Koopman spoke on Maine Public’s radio program “Speaking in Maine.”
USM to unveil collaboration with Maine composites industry leaders
The University of Southern Maine will announce a new collaboration that will bring the Composite Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) and $1.5 million worth of equipment into the Michael E. Dubyak Center for Digital Science & Innovation at USM.