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Maine's groundhogs will likely sleep in for their own Feb. 2 holiday, waking instead around Valentine's Day with desire for a mate, says expert Christine Maher, a USM professor of biology.
USM basketball and track teams are ‘Thinking Pink’ in an effort to raise funds for cancer research and the women's ice hockey team is supporting veterans through the Wounded Warrior project. USM takes pride in hosting these student-athlete annual charitable events because they are an important philanthropy opportunity that gives us a chance to give back to our community.
The other prize? The quiz bowl victory assures her a place in the National Athletic Trainers' Association student quiz bowl as the representative for District One of the Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association.
Learn about the ICELANDx207 project from Levesque and get behind-the-scenes access into his workspace. Plus, hear how the whole idea was possible thanks to the lessons he learned and the connections he made from attending USM.
Ed Sihler, the technical director for the Maine Cyber Security Cluster at the University of Southern Maine warned people about the need for precaution regarding their personal information after the Time Warner Cable data breach, in an article in the Morning Sentinel.
The young people will compete for three rounds of morning competitions at the John Mitchell Center, which hosts USM's engineering and technology programs. While there, the students will tour the center's mechanical engineering laboratory with Dr. Mehrdaad Ghorashi, an associate professor of engineering. In all, three of the school's faculty members and two staffers will work on competition with a variety of middle school educators and volunteers.
Danielle Conway, dean of the University of Maine School of Law, served as the keynote speaker at the 35th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, hosted Jan. 18 by the Portland Branch of the NAACP.
To the group of students who made "Sloth Action," it's a relatively simple creation, designed to manipulate the thirsty hero with little more than a computer mouse. And the homegrown video game, a rarity in Maine, has reached the marketplace.
After receiving unanimous support from the University of Maine System (UMS) Board of Trustees' Academic and Student Affairs Committee, the proposed plan for an International Early College at USM has been fully approved by the UMS Board of Trustees.