The August issue of Governing discusses ways to save Maine’s Master of Public Administration program, including moving it into the Muskie School. Muskie School Executive Director Mark Lapping is quoted.
Archive for August 11th, 2011
Professor Susan Feiner (Economics, Women’s and Gender Studies) has published “Gender Values: The Costs of War” in On The Issues Magazine.
Check out the current issue of Maine magazine. (August 2011). The Saco Drive-In, which is being run by three USM business majors this summer, is included in the article “Down at the Drive-in.” USM student Patric Brophy is quoted stating, “We’re trying to apply what we’ve learned in school, fresh out of the box.” (No link available.) Do these students a good turn and take in a movie this summer!
On July 31, Christine Donnis-Kelley was quoted in The Arizona Republic story about schools in that state switching to a four-day school week.
On July 29, the Kennebec Journal quotes USM Muskie School study on recidivism rates for sex offenders and quotes study’s co-author, Muskie Research Associate Mark Rubin.
The July 29 Journal Tribune quoted a Muskie School study on wind power in its article about the industry.
On July 28, The Portland Daily Sun informed readers about Bruce Fithians early involvement in the Gay Men’s Chorus.
The July 27 Portland Press Herald “Food Dispatches” informed readers that English Lecturer Margaret Reimer, presented “Feeding the Poor: Bridgton’s Town Farm” at the Bridgton Historical Museum.
Read the July 27 Portland Press Herald column, “Maine Voices: Long road trip comes to an end for ‘Baseball and American Society’” by Professor of Human Resource Development E. Michael Brady.