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USM's Ci2 Studio (Creative Intelligence + Innovation + Collaboration) is proud to announce that they are not only the first Maine school, but are in the first wave of developers nationwide to receive a developer license for Microsoft's augmented reality headset, the HoloLens.
Called a "postcard Johnny Appleseed," by author Brian Kevin, Bischof travels across the state to hand out homemade postcards, complete with stamp, encouraging others to "send more mail"
President Glenn Cummings honored 108 USM staffers who reached milestone anniversaries, including one person who marked her 45th anniversary with the university.
The New York Times recently featured comments by Susan Noyes, an assistant professor in the Occupational Therapy Program, in a story on earning a Ph.D. later in life.
Portland Press Herald columnist Bill Nemitz wrote a moving piece on the May 7 Husky Ruck, which raised more than $10,000 for the Corporal Mark Goyet Memorial Foundation.
Members of USM's Geography-Anthropology Student Association were guests on the WCSH-TV show "207" for their work in making stone tools.
The Spring 2016 issue of the "Humanities: The Magazine of the National Endowment of the Humanities," features USM's Osher Map Library.
With USM's new student enrollment up by 19% and the budget balanced without outside help for the first time in four years, President Glenn Cummings announced today that USM has achieved a remarkable turnaround.
Dan Jenkins, the director USM's Leadership Studies Program, was interviewed May 26 on the Z105.5 morning radio show, "The Breakfast Club."
A year before Joshua Dodge served as the Secretary General of the Maine Model United Nations — helping more than 500 high schoolers understand the U.N. path toward diplomacy and peace — the USM student learned from the source. For a semester, Dodge served as an intern with the U.S. Department of State, working from an office across the street from the U.N.'s landmark headquarters in Manhattan.