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USM Art Department & Galleries present traveling exhibition ‘Resonance and Memory: The Essence of Landscape’ through Dec. 8
USM’s Art Department & Galleries celebrated the opening of the traveling group exhibition,“Resonance and Memory: The Essence of Landscape,” with a reception on October 5 at the USM Art Gallery in Gorham. The exhibition showcases reimagined landscapes with paintings, sculpture, digital drawings, photography and glass works by a group of eight artists. The exhibition runs through December 8.
USM grad student to serve on the Northeast Recycling Council
USM graduate student and alumna Megan Pryor has been named to the Northeast Recycling Council 2017 leadership team.
USM represents Maine in health legislation talks
Three individuals with USM's Master's of Occupational Therapy program discussed healthcare legislation at an American Occupational Therapy Association's conference in Washington D.C.
Maine Law's Danielle Conway interviewed on Maine Public
Danielle Conway, the dean of the University of Maine School of Law, served as a guest of the Maine Public radio program “Maine Calling” on Sept. 25.
Trae Blanco: Conducting, teaching and learning
"There are all of these great musical happenings in downtown Portland," said Trae Blanco, USM's Director of Bands. "I think the next step for us is to connect to this big musical scene, to be near them."
Note on Portland Campus parking
If you have the opportunity to take the shuttle, public transportation or carpool when coming to our Portland campus, that would be great. Please give yourself extra time, especially on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
USM Tourism program explores new partnership with AAA and Royal Caribbean
USM's Tourism and Hospitality program, in partnership with AAA Northern New England, is exploring new opportunities with Royal Caribbean International. Students will have the opportunity to pursue an internship with AAA, culminating in a cruise in May on the Anthem of the Seas to Bermuda.
Afghanistan veteran and former congressional staffer enrolls at USM
To new USM student Rob McCann, life has been a long, long march. As a boots-on-the-ground Marine, he trekked across the Afghan city of Marjah, carrying rockets amid the war's single biggest offensive. As a veteran, he hiked the 2,200-mile Appalachian Trail, raising money in the memory of a fallen brother Marine. And he found his own peace.
At opera’s world premiere, Sonenberg delivers a home run
USM professor Dan Sonenberg’s “The Summer King” earns praise at its world premiere at the Pittsburgh Opera.
USM Athletics assisting with hurricane relief
The USM Department of Athletics is collecting items to donate to hurricane relief efforts in wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.