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Board of Trustees approve new Bachelor’s of Science degree in information technology at USM.
Photo Michael Stevenson
USM Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs Michael Stevenson was recently elected to the inaugural board of directors of the Association of Chief Academic Officers -- a new organization convened by the American Council on Education.
Congratulations to USM professors who received tenure and promotions in March from the University of Maine System Board of Trustees!
Tune into FM 90.9 or 104.1 at noon every Sunday to hear interviews with new Mainers.
Collaboration supports USM Recreation and Leisure Studies Program, which will report on an interim basis to School of Nursing Director Krista Meinersmann.
Osher Map Library presents historic charts and maritime objects in a new exhibition!
Theo Kalikow Commentary: ‘As if’ a really good basis for deciding in the face of limited information.
UNE's Cory Theberge speaks on March 20 as part of USM's Southworth Planetarium Science Lecture Series 2014.
Jamie Ruginski in the middle of a triple jump
Congratulations to Jamie Ruginski who is now the national NCAA Division III title holder in the men's triple jump!
President Kalikow proposed the elimination of four academic programs at Friday's Faculty Senate meeting. This move, with other reductions and layoffs is a response to a $14 million budget gap. Kalikow said, “…we are engaged in a difficult, dynamic process but one that, ultimately, will allow us to build a sustainable and stronger university better prepared to serve students and Maine people in a new era.”

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