USM Southworth Planetarium Manager Ed Gleason was interviewed on September 12 about the Northern Lights by WMTW-TV Channel 8.
USM in the News Archive
On September 12, WMPG volunteer host Steve Hirshon interviewed President David Flanagan.
President David Flanagan’s September 11 remarks to USM’s Corporate Partners were broadcast on CTN-5 public access television.
On September 10, WMTW-TV Channel 8 used Associate Professor of Political Science Ronald Schmidt as a resource for a story about political campaign ads.
During the month of September, Professor of English Nancy Gish was interviewed about her trip to Scotland where she observed the vote for independence. Interviews appeared in the September 9 Bangor Daily News; on the September 13 WCSH-TV Channel 6 broadcast; on the September 16 EIN World News Report; in a September 17 MPBN Radio broadcast; and again in a September 29 Bangor Daily News article.
On September 9, the Portland Press Herald announced that Walter Isaacson will be the speaker at this year’s WEX Inc. Leadership and Creativity Event Series at USM.
On September 10, WABI-TV Channel 5 informed viewers that USM is getting nearly $132,000 from the federal government for worker health and safety programs. This announcement went nationwide on the AP wire, appearing in the Washington Times and numerous other websites. The grant is the work of Judith Tupper, Susan Ebersten, Taryn Bowe, Crystal French, and Dee Dee Reardon in the Cutler Institute.
Watch the September 9 WMTW-TV Channel 8 story about how colleges raise awareness on “Red Zone” sexual assaults. Dean of Students Joy Pufhal was interviewed for this broadcast.
On September 8, the Portland Press Herald published the “Off Campus” column, “USM will survive and prosper by becoming a ‘metropolitan’ university,” co-authored by President David Flanagan and Provost Joseph McDonnell.