Never in the USM’s history has our leadership united in making such a joint message; never in my career have I felt prouder to be part of the USM community.
I can’t adequately express my sadness, fear, and concern for our minority communities and our democracy. Having spent my career in higher education, I do know this: as individuals and as an organization, we have a responsibility to listen, to learn, and to advocate for change.
I will continue to update you on the USM’s response and I hope to see you at our first ever virtual full board meeting of the USM Foundation next Thursday, June 11 at 3:00 pm.
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