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In the November 2011 report “Connect People to the Outdoors,” Professor Richard Barringer, advocates completing seven New England recreational corridors, including three located in Maine.
Thanks to an aggressive fund-raising campaign and a federal grant from the Public Telecommunications Facilities Program, the station is now broadcasting throughout southern and central Maine and New Hampshire.
David Gagne, USM computer science senior from Shapleigh, was recently awarded Honorable Mention in the Computing Research Association’s (CRA) 2012 Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award.
University of Southern Maine economics major Deandra Guidi was recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship by the Maine Higher Education Assistance Foundation (MeHEAF).
At a December 6 press conference, USM President Botman announced that in response to increasing college costs, USM will be awarding an additional $1 million in new scholarships to high school students who demonstrate academic achievement and promise.
President Botman's December 5 Portland Press Herald column explains the value of liberal arts degrees in today's workplace.
Recently, USM Public Affairs Intern Amanda Pleau interviewed USM's first four recipients of USM's Creating Maine’s Future Presidential Scholarship. Now sophomores, these students have all achieved Dean's List while freshmen and continue to thrive at USM.
Up to 20 middle and high school teams will compete to determine who created the most competitive robot at the Second Annual Southern Maine VEX Tournament held from Saturday, December 3 on the Gorham Campus.
Molly Carl, just the sixth USM female runner to qualify for the NCAA national championship, has been named an All-American.
The University of Southern Maine’s School of Business is ‘an outstanding business school,’ according to The Princeton Review.