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USM enrollment official featured in article on mastery-based education
Nancy Davis Griffin, vice president of enrollment management & student affairs at USM, has been featured in an article discussing non-traditional transcripts and the college admissions process.
USM issues statement condemning hatred and violence
USM has issued a statement condemning hatred and violence in wake of the events that occurred over the weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia.
‘207’ features USM-Portland Public Schools diversity project
A USM-Portland Public Schools partnership that brought together people with diverse backgrounds interested in entering the teaching profession was the subject of a story on WCSH-TV’s “207.”
USM's Gleason preparing for eclipse on Aug. 21
"Celestial forces are still in charge," said Edward Gleason, an astronomer and the manager of USM's Southworth Planetarium. "These are worlds abiding by the laws of physics and we're just seeing an example of precise alignment."
USM Department of Theatre to present special encore performances Deertrees Theatre's ‘Last Train to Nibroc’ Sept. 7-8
The USM Department of Theatre will bring Arlene Hutton’s “Last Train to Nibroc” to the Main Stage at Russell Hall on USM’s Gorham campus for two nights on September 7 and 8 at 7:30pm. This production was performed throughout the summer by two of the Theatre program’s student actors, Emily Grotz and Luis Del Valle, at the historic Deertrees Theatre in Harrison, Maine.
USM's Barringer interviewed by NPR's Tom Ashbrook
USM Muskie School of Public Service founder and emeritus Richard Barringer was interviewed by On Point's Tom Ashbrook at the USM Portland campus on the topic of Portland's changing economy.
USM Huskies' softball standout Mary Caron nominated as the 2017 Little East Conference Woman of the Year
USM shortstop Mary Caron was recently nominated as the Little East candidate for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Woman of the Year honor for 2017.
METRO announces agreement with USM to offer new expanded service for students and the public
METRO's Husky Line will begin in Fall 2018, improving connections between USM's Portland and Gorham campuses and the communities.
USM's Upward Bound program — building hope with instruction and experience
The federal Upward Bound program aims to lift goals, serving high school students from either low-income families or families where neither parent holds a bachelor's degree.
USM professor’s op-Ed discusses China, U.S. economies
USM Professor Joseph W. McDonnell has written an op-Ed for the Bangor Daily News arguing that China’s rise in economic status should not be cause for conflict.