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Economist Susan Feiner Available to Discuss National Debt
Professor Susan Feiner is available to speak about national debt and the deficit.
President Botman writes about USM's greatest asset—its faculty—in her latest Portland Press Herald column
President Botman tells Portland Press Herald readers that "USM's greatest asset is its accomplished faculty" in her August 22 "Maine Voices" column
New Book Offers Help for the Sandwich Generation
University of Southern Maine Director of University Health and Counseling Services Dr. Kristine Bertini's new book offers hope and advice to the "sandwich generation."
USM Announces 2010-2011 Dean's Lists
Join the University of Southern Maine in congratulating the students who were named to the Full- and Part-Time Dean's Lists during the 2010-2011 academic year. Well done!
University of Southern Maine Named One of The Princeton Review’s "Best in the Northeast"
USM is one of the best colleges in the Northeast according to The Princeton Review.
Cristi L. Carson Named USM Director of Institutional Research and Assessment
USM's first director of Institutional Research and Assessment is Cristi L. Carson. The Scarborough resident was the former Director of the Office of Institutional research at New Hampshire's Keene State College.
HomeHealth Visiting Nurses Awards Scholarship to USM Nursing Student
Atlanta, Georgia native Natasha Splaine received Patricia Geary Community Health Award from HomeHealth Visiting Nurses. The scholarship will help her as she works toward her Master's degree in USM's School of Nursing.
Photographer Rose Marasco Receives Fellowship to Continue Pinhole Camera Project in Manhattan
Distinguished Professor of Photography Rose Marasco recently received the second annual University of Southern Maine Provost's Research Fellowship.
President Botman writes about the importance of community involvement to USM
Read President Botman's August 1 Portland Press Herald column.
USM Names 2011 Creating Maine’s Future Presidential Scholarship Winners
Two recipients of Creating Maine's Future Presidential Scholarships have been named. Each will receive $5,000 in tuition assistance for four years.