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USM’s Office of Multicultural Student Affairs is planning a community celebration to recognize the academic achievements of nearly 200 graduating multicultural and international students from USM, the UMaine School of Law, Southern Maine Community College, and the University of New England.
A student organization at USM has won a third consecutive regional championship based on a series of community-building projects designed to address social needs and support sustainable business practices.
Albert B. Glickman, who with his wife, Judith L. Glickman, gave more than $1 million to our Portland campus library, died Saturday evening, April 27.
USM's Women and Gender Studies Program announced the winners of their annual awards at a reception held earlier this month.
According to a recent study released by the Maine Education Policy Research Institute (MEPRI) at USM, several commonly held beliefs about Maine’s college preparation and participation rates may be inaccurate.
Jim Paruk, adjunct professor of biology at USM and director for the Center for Loon Conservation, will be discussing “Common Loon Conservation and Behavior in Maine,” at 6 p.m. on Monday, April 29. This event is free and open to the public.
Check out the research conducted by USM and SMCC students this academic year at USM's annual celebration of academic pursuits, "Thinking Matters."
It was announced on April 19 that Dr. Scott Harris is stepping down as director of the School of Music to take a position with Columbus State University in Georgia. Alan Kaschub, upon the recommendation of his colleagues, will serve as interim director.
Professor Piers Beirne will present USM's third annual Provost's Research Fellowship Talk on April 24. His topic will be "Hogarth's Animals."
USM is pleased to announce that the Maine Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Leadership and Policy Council (PBIS LPC) is the newest state affiliate in the International Association for Positive Behavior Support (APBS).