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Cameron Reynolds, Jim Denz, Kathleen Rattazzi

These USM students want to make brewing more sustainable

Through a unique grant-internship opportunity, USM students Kathleen Rattazzi and Cameron Reynolds are working to make Maine breweries more sustainable.
USM Update taping November 2019

Replay: 'The USM Update,' November 2019

In the November episode of "The USM Update," USM President Glenn Cummings sits down to talk about groundbreaking biology research at USM, global leadership through the Maine Model United Nations program, and how USM is leading the way in sustainable seafood initiatives.
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USM, UNH project awarded $60k NSF grant for climate change workshop

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $60,607 grant to the University of Southern Maine to help ignite study of the northern New England coastline and its resilience to climate change.
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USM, UMaine researchers explore change in Southern Greenland

A group of researchers from USM and the University of Maine System recently attended an "Arctic Futures Workshop" in Southern Greenland, where they explored climate and socioeconomic change through multi-disciplinary lenses.
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USM alumna, researcher featured in Times Record article on green crab invasion

Marissa McMahan, a USM alumna and senior fisheries specialist at Manomet — an environmental research organization with offices in Brunswick — was interviewed by the Times Record about ways to mitigate the effects of the European green crab, an invasive species that feeds on clam beds and has been linked to the decline of Maine’s soft-shell clam industry.
Paula Gerstenblatt, University of Southern Maine assistant Professor of Social Work.

Professor's piece on veterinary social work published in Portland Press Herald

Paula Gerstenblatt has published a piece in the Portland Press Herald's "Maine Voices" section on the bond between humans and pets.
Lisa Moore, professor emerita of biology at the University of Southern Maine (USM).

Professor emerita co-authors study on effects of plastic on bacteria

Lisa Moore, professor emerita of biology has co-authored a study on the effects of plastic leachate exposure on marine Prochlorococcus, widely considered the most abundant photosynthetic organism on Earth.
Professor emerita Lisa Moore

Professor emerita co-authors study on effects of plastic on bacteria

Lisa Moore, professor emerita of biology at the University of Southern Maine (USM) has co-authored a study on the effects of plastic leachate exposure on marine Prochlorococcus, widely considered the most abundant photosynthetic organism on Earth.

Data Innovation Project Releases New Report on Performance Measurement in Maine's Social Sector

Read the new exciting report released by the Data Innovation Project!
USM update filming November 2018

Replay: 'The USM Update,' November 2018

The new episode of "The USM Update" discusses our focus on workforce development ahead of a $49 million bond package, Question 4, going before Maine voters Nov. 6. If approved, Q4 will fund program and infrastructure improvements at USM and the entire university system. On this episode: making the liberal arts work for Maine; USM enrollment numbers on the rise; and amazing news for USM and the North Atlantic.

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