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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.”
A USM student Husky Day of Service volunteer
Nearly 200 USM students, faculty and staff will participate in Friday's Husky Day of Service by volunteering at local nonprofit organizations. Thank you volunteers!
Travis Wagner
Ecomaine has become the first American landfill mining operation to profitably recover post-burn metals. Learn more from Associate Professor Travis Wagner, the next speaker in USM's L.L. Bean/Lee Surace Colloquium Series.
VAST program director and veteran skiing
Students in USM's therapeutic recreation program work at Pineland Farms with the VAST program.
USM Announces Students Named to the 2013 Fall Semester Dean's List
A conversation with Eliot Cutler on Friday, March 14 will be the first conversation in a series with candidates for Maine's Governor.
Speakers will be brought together to discuss successful transitions of Maine's youth from institutional care to community support on Friday, February 28.
Learn about your health insurance options and sign up for coverage at this Affordable Care Act event.
One of Colin Woodard's regional maps from his new book.
Tufts University Alumni and USM invite you to an event featuring award-wining author and Tufts alumnus Colin Woodard who will talk about his latest book about America's historic and current regional cultures.
Photo of Ben Towne in Sochi
Ben Towne provides medical services in Sochi for the 2014 Olympics.

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