USM in the News Archive
The Portland Press Herald published photographs of Biological Sciences professor Christine Maher observing woodchucks at the Gilsland Farm Audubon Center in Falmouth
On October 13, the Morning Sentinel cited a Muskie study about sex offenders in the article “Few sex offenders commit new crimes.”
On October 14, The Portland Daily Sun reported that John Bauman, visiting professor at the Muskie School, would speak as part of the Greater Portland Landmarks anniversary lecture series.
The Portland Press Herald reported on October 15 that Muskie National Child Welfare Resource Center Director Peter Watson would speak at the Maine International Conference on the Arts at the University of Maine.
On October 16, MPBN’s “Speaking in Maine” aired former Maine Senate President and House Speaker Elizabeth Mitchell’s October 10 lecture, which was part of the Muskie School lecture series “Politics Then and Now, in Maine and the Nation.”
Piper Kerman, who spoke at Muskie’s Adult and Juvenile Female Offenders Conference, was a guest the October 18 broadcast of WCSH-TV’s “207.”