The Global Pulse: Expect the World!

Spring 2008, Issue 2
Articles by Irem Secil Reel, Krystle Reilly & Steve Fortune

 

 

 



Welcome to the second issue of the Global Pulse, the news source for the University of Maine Business School MBA-MSA program. Check out our news below...

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Featured Students

Jiaojiao Gu Spotlight: Ms. Jiaojiao Gu: Jiaojiao grew up in China, but wanted to come to Maine because of the beautiful scenery and the famous hospitability of Maine people.Click here to read full story.

Featured Alumni

Spotlight: Mr. John Reed is the President and CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of Maine Savings Federal Credit Union and more importantly, one of our distinguished Alumni of the University of Maine Business School. He was kind enough to take time to do an interview with us and share his experiences with the MBA program.Click here to read full story.
Spotlight: Ms. Christy Elgee. MBA class of 2007, Christy, now a Hannaford Brothers management trainee, recently commented on her experience at the Maine Business School, "the [MBS] put me in touch with people from various companies and organizations through projects and assignments." Click here to read full story.

Featured Faculty

Spotlight: Dr. Ferdinand Siagian. Dr. Siagian graduated from the University of Oregon in 2002 with a Ph.D. in Accounting. After graduating, he returned to Indonesia, where he was the Director of the PhD and Masters programs in Accounting for the University of Indonesia. Click here to read full story.

MBA-MSA News

Meet the Dean, Dr. John Mahon, Dean of the College of Business, Public Policy and Health. Dr. Mahon joined the faculty of the University of Maine Business School in January 2001, where he taught the undergraduate and graduate capstone classes until 2004.Click here to read full story. Meet the Interim Director of the Graduate Business Programs. Dr. Nory Jones has a Ph.D. in Management Information Systems with a focus in Knowledge Management from the University of Missouri, Columbia. She joined the faculty of the Maine Business School in September, 2001, teaching undergraduate and graduate classes in Management Information Systems.Click here to read full story.
International Students at Maine Business School. The new slogan for the Maine Business School is "Expect the World!” The emphasis on a global community is achieved in several ways.Click here to read full story. Meet our Graduat Assistants (GA's). The University of Maine Business School is fortunate to have hard-working graduate assistants (GAs) including Christine Clark, Audrey Co, Stephen Fortune, Irem Secil Reel, Joe Costello, and Krystle Reilly. Their responsibilities include grading, proctoring and class management as teaching assistants, but they also help UMaine Business School faculty members in different research areas. Click here to read full story.
Learn about our international trips! The University of Maine Business School offers a unique experience to its students in which they are required to participate in an international trip during their program of study.Click here to read full story.  

Have some news or someone to nominate to feature in the next issue? Contact Krystle Reilly at krystle.reilly@umit.maine.edu

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