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Andrea Thompson McCall of South Portland, the founding director of Community Service Learning at USM, was presented the first ever Lifetime Achievement Award by Maine Campus Compact, in a ceremony held in the State House Hall of Flags in Augusta. She will retire as director on June 28.
The USM LGBT Collection’s Annual Open House will be held from 5-7 p.m., Wednesday, June 12, in the elevator lobby of the sixth floor, Glickman Family Library, Portland campus.
The University of Southern Maine’s Center for Technology Enhanced Learning is opening its Summer Speaker Series to the public.
From 5 to 7 p.m., this Thursday, June 6 at 19 College Avenue, Gorham, USM will hold an open house to showcase its program to give students and working professionals hands-on experience in evaluating energy conservation measures.
The Osher Map Library at the University of Southern Maine has announced expanded summer hours for the traveling exhibition, “Torn in Two: the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War.”
A new report advocates the use of cost-effective methods to ensure the quality of Maine's drinking water and to mitigate future flooding hazards, rather than relying on expensive infrastructure improvements.
USM is proud to announce that Nick Northcott of Damariscotta has been selected as a 2013-2014 Maine Policy Scholar.
The University of Southern Maine Huskies' record-breaking season came to an end Tuesday as the Linfield College Wildcats defeated the Huskies, 4-1.
The USM Huskies held on for four scoreless innings to eliminate Ithaca College and advance to the NCAA Division III championship baseball game against Linfield College late this afternoon in Appleton, Wisconsin.
USM rallied late on Thursday to continue their march through the NCAA New England Regional Baseball Tournament. Read more here!