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Gilbert named dean of MBS Undergraduate School of Business

Faye Gilbert, dean of the College of Business and Economic Development and a professor of marketing at the University of Southern Mississippi, has been named dean of the Undergraduate School of Business in the Maine Business School, effective March 1. She joins J. Michael Weber, dean of the Graduate School of Business, who is based […]

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Real world lessons

When she’s not teaching marketing at MBS, cooperating faculty member Cintia Miranda is running Pulse Marketing Agency, the company she founded in Bangor, Maine, in 2009. As a professional marketer, she is able to bring the real world into her classroom on a daily basis. “Since I live and breathe marketing in some shape or form, […]

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A SPIFFY Student Leader

Abigail Bennett ’18 is one of a handful of women who have co-led SPIFFY (Student Portfolio Investment Fund), the Maine Business School’s popular student-run investment club that manages nearly $3 million of the University of Maine Foundation’s $230 million endowment portfolio. Since SPIFFY was created in 1993, six women have served as co-president, most recently […]

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Ocean business advantage

MBS alumnus Brady Davis ’17 is using his business education to help advance the ocean economy. He is activity coordinator at New England Ocean Cluster (NEOC), a Portland, Maine-based business incubator and hub for companies that draw on the ocean as a resource for their products, services and ideas. NEOC aims to foster collaborative relationships […]

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Professional Development

  MBS students got valuable career advice last fall when the business school held information and networking sessions with Maine professionals in the accounting and finance fields. Each event featured a panel of professionals — including MBS alumni — from both the private and public sectors who described their firms, offered advice about job searches, […]

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Protecting Privacy

MBS alumna Shelbe Lane Moore ’13 is using her business degree to play an important role in the healthcare industry. She is a privacy compliance coordinator at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon, New Hampshire, where she works to maintain the privacy and security of patient health information by ensuring that practitioners and staff comply with local, state […]

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Author, alumnus heals himself

Dan Sullivan had a lot on his plate. In addition to pursuing a degree in management and serving as goaltender for the University of Maine ice hockey team, he struggled with Attention Deficit Disorder. Now the 2013 MBS alumnus has published a book about his ADD diagnosis, his experience with prescription medications including Adderall, and […]

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Managing Marketing

MBS alumnus Dan Bourgeois-Capozzi ’14, is putting his management degree to good use as Androscoggin Bank’s first-ever business marketing specialist. “My role is to deepen the bank’s understanding of small businesses so we may better serve them,” says Bourgeois-Capozzi, who was hired at the Auburn-based bank in May 2017. A New York native who majored […]

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Represent

When he’s not studying for his MBA, Harold “Trey” Stewart III ’18 is helping to run the government. Stewart, who is earning his degree through the Maine Business School’s online MBA program, is serving his first term in the Maine House of Representatives for District 147, which encompasses most of Presque Isle. A University of […]

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John Mahon and Students

John Mahon named 2017 Distinguished Maine Professor

An internationally recognized professor of management and one of the world’s foremost experts on corporate social responsibility has been named the 2017 Distinguished Maine Professor by the University of Maine Alumni Association. University of Maine Professor of Management John Mahon, the John M. Murphy Chair of International Business Policy and Strategy in the Maine Business […]

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