Maine Business School

O’Reilly book cited by Mercury News in San Jose Earthquakes story

In a story about the stadium for the San Jose Earthquakes major league soccer club, The Mercury News cited a book co-authored by Norm O’Reilly, dean of the University of Maine Graduate School of Business, titled “Sports Business Management: Decision Making Around the Globe.” The book highlights efforts by former Quakes President Dave Kaval to […]

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Hasselbaum named 2023–24 Maine Policy Scholar

Cam Hasselbaum, of Bellingham, Massachusetts, was named this year’s Maine Policy Scholar at the University of Maine. One student from each of the University of Maine System’s campuses is selected for the program. Each scholar conducts a policy research project that is relevant to Maine. Following a year of study, the scholars present a solution […]

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Jason Gil: Broadening mind and opportunities at L.L. Bean 

If Jason Gil of Sanford, Maine had to describe his information services wholesale internship at L.L. Bean in one word, he would choose “exposure.”  Working for the retailer has introduced Gill, a senior at the Maine Business School, to many new aspects of technology, information services and business operation. The skills he learned through his […]

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Christian Hartling: Helping Maine businesses grow global presence 

From an office in downtown Portland, MaineMBA student Christian Hartling is helping entrepreneurs across the state engage in worldwide commerce.  Hartling of Burlington, Massachusetts, is interning with the Maine International Trade Center (MITC) this summer through its Future Global Leader program. Part of his work involves providing various services to member businesses, such as conducting […]

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Camille Lockwood: Global marketing intern for 3D printer maker

Camille Lockwood, a Maine Business School student from Boston, is working as a global marketing intern at Formlabs, which manufactures 3D printers, models and prototypes for a variety of industries.  Throughout the summer, Lockwood has been collecting user data, creating digital designs and promotional marketing and planning corporate events. The internship has not only provided […]

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Ivan Young: Interning at the foundation that awarded him a scholarship

In 2020 when he was a student at Camden Hills Regional High School, Ivan Young of Camden, Maine received a scholarship from the Worthington Scholarship Foundation to help him pursue a college degree. Three years later, he is working for the organization that helped as a summer business analyst intern. For his full-time internship, Young, […]

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CTV interviews O’Reilly about Hockey Canada losing Nike sponsorship

CTV interviewed Norm O’Reilly, dean of the University of Maine Graduate School of Business, about Nike ending its sponsorship from Hockey Canada over allegations of sexual harassment involving the latter. “Sponsorship is really an important part of revenue for Canadian national sport organizations,” he said, “they really have to change, but they’ve got the reach. […]

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11 UMaine students named Gilman Scholars in 2022–23 academic year

An unprecedented 11 University of Maine students were awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship during the 2022–23 academic year.  The Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Program encourages students from all academic backgrounds to participate in study abroad programs, gain professional skills and immerse themselves in a new culture. Since the inception of the program in […]

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UMaine featured in Fiske Guide to Colleges 2024

The Fiske Guide To Colleges 2024 named the University of Maine one of the “best and most interesting” four-year higher education institutions in America. The publication, authored by former New York Times education editor Edward Fiske and updated annually for 40 years, spotlights more than 300 of its top schools in the U.S., Canada, Great […]

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