Welcome to Maine SSN

About the chapter

Maine SSN was launched in 2012 with engaged scholars from public and private colleges and universities. As Maine is a geographically expansive state with strong participatory traditions, we meet in different locales, often in conjunction with civic organizations. Among our interests are tax policy, policies promoting opportunity for the poor and middle class, health care, immigration, and challenges for American democracy. Members contribute to a biweekly column and blog, Research Shows, in the Bangor Daily News.

Leaders
Maine SSN Postdoctoral Fellow
University of Southern Maine, Portland
University of Maine
University of Maine
Members
University of Maine
University of Maine at Farmington
University of Maine
Maine SSN
University of Maine
University of Maine
University of Maine
University of Maine
University of Maine
Kennebec Valley Council of Governments
Aroostook County Action Program
Jobs for the Future
University of Southern Maine
University of Maine
University of Maine
University of Maine Farmington
University of Maine
University of Maine
Texas Christian University
Elizabethtown College
University of Maine
Maine House of Representatives
MaineGeneral Medical Center
University of Southern Maine
Smith College School for Social Work
University of Maine
University of Maine
University of Southern Maine
University of Southern Maine
Maine SSN
University of New England
University of Southern Maine
University of Southern Maine
University of Maine
University of Maine
Maine SSN
University of Maine
University of Maine
University of Southern Maine
University of Maine School of Law
Dartmouth College

Latest Contributions

Why Women are Still Marching in 2020

  • Kimberly Clarke Simmons

Share Your Trash, Build Your Community

  • Brie Berry

Latest in the News

"How Drug Decriminalization Can Help Solve Maine’s Opioid Epidemic," Hilary Thibodeau, Bangor Daily News, February 11, 2020.
"Donald Trump’s Assault on the Social Safety Net," Ryan LaRochelle (with Luisa S. Deprez), Washington Monthly, February 7, 2020.
"Scholars Strategy Network: Getting by with Less and Less," Ryan LaRochelle, Central Maine, January 21, 2020.
"Maine Voices: Adding Barriers to Employment Would Hurt Asylum Seekers, Maine Communities," Hilary Thibodeau, Portland Press Herald, December 28, 2019.
Guest to discuss feminism and misogyny on Brass Tacks, Kimberly Clarke Simmons, October 29, 2019.

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