Partnership with Maine Brewers' Guild will supply on-going laboratory analysis and testing
USM's Quality Assurance/Quality Control and Research Laboratory will help brewers deliver a consistent, quality product to their consumers. And for USM students, like senior Ryan Michaud, it's a chance to work on practical projects that could lead to jobs in the growing brewing industry.
Building a jet engine was Ryker Turcotte's idea. He grew up fascinated with aviation and chose to major in mechanical engineering at USM. He and fellow senior Dave Stevens engineered the first turbo jet engine designed and built by USM students. It may be the first, but it won't be the last!
Professor Ira Levine awarded prestigious Fulbright Distinguished Chair
The award, the highest honor presented by the Fulbright Program, will send Levine, professor of Natural and Applied Sciences at USM's Lewiston-Auburn College, to India where he'll tour the country and continue to investigate methods for harvesting aquaculture.
All is fair in love and war, but in a marriage that embraces more of the latter, all bets are off. The USM Department of Theatre production of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" runs from April 22 to May 1 on the Main Stage at Russell Hall.
Geography-Anthropology alumna Roxanne Guildford ‘15 wins Fulbright student award
The award will allow Guildford to follow her dream and study abroad in the United Kingdom, where she plans to study bioarchaeology, with a focus in the zooarachaeology of Europe. Read more to learn about Guildford's journey to a Fulbright.
USM music professors Peter Martin and Robert Russell “kindle the fire” in their students, as 200 some alumni return to honor them in a gala concert
The spotlight shone on Martin and Russell on the stage of Merrill Auditorium as they led more than 200 former USM School of Music students from throughout the conductors' 30-plus year tenure in a celebratory concert.
Members of Maine's Congressional delegation praise USM and the QC2 Lab at New England Craft Brew Summit
Sen. Angus King and Rep. Chellie Pingree saw first hand the Science Building lab where students are doing analyses of locally made beers -- something that's saving small breweries the expense and time of sending their brews to out-of-state labs.
Peyton Dostie becomes USM’s first female athlete to win NCAA national championship
The USM senior set two school records en route to winning the national title in the pentathlon during 2016 NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field National Championships held at Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa.
USM Tourism and Hospitality program wins ‘Member of the Year’ award from Greater Portland Convention and Visitors Bureau
The University of Southern Maine's Tourism and Hospitality program earned the award for its efforts to develop a program to cultivate the future leaders of the tourism industry, which is regarded as Maine's largest industry.