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Bolster will be Senior Associate at State Street in Boston

After completing a summer internship at State Street, an international financial services holding company based in Boston, Katherine Bolster has accepted a full-time job there as a senior associate in the Operational Risk Department.  Bolster, a double major in accounting and finance, was the Maine Business School’s 2015 Outstanding Graduating Student. She is a native […]

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Clarke works at Tyler Technologies

New MBS graduate Ken Clarke ’15 is part of Tyler Technologies’ Operating Systems and Database Administration Support team, helping schools and municipalities operate the financial software that enables them to fulfill their payroll and accounting duties.  “This is exactly what I want to be doing,” said Clarke, a Litchfield, Maine native, who landed the job […]

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Nelson is staff accountant at Purdy Powers

Barely a month after graduating from MBS with a degree in accounting, Michael Nelson ’15 began work as a staff accountant at Purdy Powers & Company in Portland, Maine. “I am enjoying putting to use the concepts and principles I learned in my accounting classes with professors Gloria Vollmers and Steve Colburn,” said Nelson. The […]

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Landry is a performance analyst with Prime, Buchholz & Associates

Recent MBS graduate Drew Landry ’15 is a performance analyst with Prime, Buchholz & Associates in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. “I couldn’t be happier,” said Landry, a native of Saco, who earned a degree in finance. “My responsibilities include calculating and reconciling investment valuations, transactions and performance for equity, fixed income, hedge fund and private equity […]

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Tarsetti joins Bangor Savings accelerated leadership program.

New MBS graduate Matthew Tarsetti ’15 is participating in an accelerated leadership program at Bangor Savings Bank in which he is getting five to seven years of business banking experience in just two years. As a commercial credit development associate, he is one of four recent college graduates from across Maine who is rotating through […]

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Myrden co-authors article in Journal of Knowledge Management

“Understanding Disengagement from Knowledge Sharing: Engagement Theory versus Adaptive Cost Theory,” an article co-authored by MBS Assistant Professor of Marketing Susan Myrden, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Knowledge Management later this year.  Myrden wrote the article with professors Tim Jones and Dianne Ford, both from Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. […]

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Welcomer co-authors paper on farming in Maine

“Reliable Knowledge and Habits of the Mind: Factors Inhibiting and Facilitating Farmers’ Adaptation to Energy Constraints,” a paper co-authored by MBS Associate Dean Stephanie Welcomer, will be published in the Journal of Economic Issues later this year. Welcomer wrote the paper with Breana Bennett ’12, a University of Maine Honors College graduate, Mark Haggerty, an […]

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