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Sappi Fine Paper North America has pledged $100,000 to support the USM's Pioneers Program, the first college-level STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) program for high-achieving students in Maine.
Dr. Julie Ziffer, presents the lecture “Close Encounters of the Asteroid Kind” on Thursday, February 14, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.
The funds will be used for scholarships and to support operations within the School of Education and Human Development.
This workshop will be led by Beth Baird, an avid literary arts collector and local ephemera dealer, from 1-5 p.m., Saturday, February 2.
How much college debt is too much? What will college loan payments be upon graduation? Will I be able to afford a car or a mortgage and pay my college loans? After graduation, where can USM alumni receive financial advice?
Don't miss sampling Cajun food from local restaurants at WMPG's Fat Tuesday Cajun Cooking Challenge in the Woodbury Campus Center, Portland.
USM Office of Multicultural Affairs presents “A Celebration of Soul Food and Music,” in celebration of Black History Month.
USM has named its 2012-2013 recipients of the National Science Foundation STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Scholarships.
USM will be awarding nearly $1.3 million in new scholarships for first-time students who enroll for the fall of 2013.
Philadelphia artist Astrid Bowlby returns to her alma mater as a USM Visiting-Artist-In-Residence. Don't miss her exhibition in the Gorham campus Art Gallery!