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Shakespeare on business — really? Shakespeare’s plays provide timeless insights for managers because so many deal with the dynamics of leadership — themes of power and its abuse, character and its flaws, ambition and its destructiveness, loyalty and its betrayal.
Seven USM Business students are finalists in the XFINITY Next Sports Media Star contest to win a job as a social media reporter for XFINITY/Comcast Sports! To give our students the most support- and the best chance at winning- we’re asking our USM faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community to vote now and vote often...
Dean Joseph McDonnell examines the latest state-university partnership between New York City and Cornell University and the importance of such relationships in growing a state's economy....
Breakfast with Charlie 2012
On January 10, Professor Charlie Colgan presented his 2012 economic forecast for the state of Maine at the annual event “Breakfast with Charlie.” Presentation slides and audio from Dr. Colgan's presentation are available...
In the December 30 issue of The Bangor Daily News, Firooza Pavri--chair of the Muskie School's Geography and Anthropology Department--explores the future of geospatial technologies...
Is there any surprise that behind the rise of a successful company there is a visionary leader? In our own generation, leaders like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg and Larry Page saw the possibilities of new technology to create innovative companies that have transformed our society...
n November, the Professional Development Center in the School of Education and Human Development sponsored the 2nd Annual Maine Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Conference, welcoming 300 attendees, including teachers, DOE and DHHS representatives, and social workers, to discuss PBIS implementation throughout the state...
Last week, the Maine Supreme Judicial Court heard oral arguments concerning the ability of Anthem Health Plans of Maine to increase insurance premium rates for individual and nongroup (e.g., nonemployer) health insurance policies...
Morgan Cuthbert, a graduate of the USM School of Education and Human Development’s, M.S. Education in Teaching and Learning (ETEP), received the 2011 Milken Educator Award for being an outstanding educator.
"Would you advise a college-bound student to gain a broad liberal arts education or enroll in a professional program like business, engineering or nursing? Considering the escalating cost of higher education and the scarcity of jobs for graduates, there is little wonder that 68 percent of students are opting for vocational majors..."

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