Award-winning alumni: Tony Shalhoub ’77 and David Lovejoy ’10 take home Emmys
Our alumni shine — on screen and behind the camera! The graduates of our Theatre and Communications and Media Studies programs, respectively, were honored once again for their outstanding work in television. This makes Shalhoub’s fourth Emmy, and Lovejoy’s second!
Promoting equity and social justice: Lance Gibbs named first Talbot Fellow
Our library’s African American Collection features historical materials donated by Gerald Talbot, the first African American member of the Maine House and first president of Portland’s NAACP. Gibbs, Lecturer of Race and Ethnic Studies, will utilize the collection to uphold Talbot’s legacy of civil rights activism.
Serving the state: Professor Robert Sanford appointed to Maine Board of Environmental Protection
大发代理金利,大发代理彩神As a member of the governor-appointed board, Sanford, chair and professor of Environmental Science and Policy, will contribute to the regulation of laws designed to restore and protect Maine’s natural resources.
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大发代理金利,大发代理彩神Go beyond the campus tour — meet our faculty, learn about our academic programs, our deep community engagement, and why our university remains an affordable option. Why? Because there’s no better way to choose a university than by meeting the people who will help you earn your degree.
EPA awards USM $1.75 million to aid environmental programs in southeastern New England
The federal Environmental Protection Agency has awarded a $1.75 million grant to the University of Southern Maine to create and run a training and technical assistance network overseeing environmental efforts along a section of the Massachusetts and Rhode Island coastline.
大发代理金利,大发代理彩神There’s no better way to choose a university than by experiencing it for yourself. Specially-curated events for high school seniors and their families give you a real feel for life on campus. Immerse yourself in an area of study by sitting in on a class, touring our labs and classrooms, interacting with students and faculty, and eating in our dining halls. You’ll get a firsthand impression of our welcoming community and culture while learning about our immersive academic programs, our experiential learning philosophy, and the admission process.
Information Sessions for Adult & Transfer Students
大发代理金利,大发代理彩神We know it can be tough to fit an education into your working and/or family life. That's why we offer information sessions that are tailored for adult and transfer students looking to explore specific majors, financial aid, scholarships, prior learning assessment, and the admission process.
USM student Tyler Walsh assessing, addressing pollution in Casco Bay
大发代理金利,大发代理彩神Research conducted this summer by USM student Tyler Walsh, through an internship with the Casco Bay Estuary Partnership (CBEP), aims to better understand nutrient pollution in Casco Bay through novel approaches to data collection.
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.
USM delegation represented at Arctic Circle Assembly in Iceland
大发代理金利,大发代理彩神A delegation from USM recently returned from Iceland, where they joined?over 2,000 people from more than 50 countries for?The Arctic Circle Assembly. The USM group attended large-scale speeches by world leaders as well as?smaller groups from people working on a variety of efforts to better understand the Arctic and combat climate change.