Is your water safe to drink? One USM nursing student wants to help you find out

Arsenic, a known carcinogen that causes several types of cancer, is a growing problem in Maine’s drinking water. And one University of Southern Maine (USM) School of Nursingstudent wants people to know about it. Brent Kraushaar, a senior in USM’s Accelerated Nursing program, has launched an awareness campaign focused on the chemical properties of arsenic and its … Continue reading Is your water safe to drink? One USM nursing student wants to help you find out

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USM Engineering alumni: From connecting circuits to building the Navy’s newest ships

Before Hector Ortiz and Ron Peterson joined Bath Iron Works — helping to design and build the Navy’s state-of-the-art ships — the University of Southern Maine wrought and tempered them into engineers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-fKD2nxapk Video produced by Alan Bennett for the USM Office of Public Affairs.