Bell, Klein, and Cotton represent SOE and NSFA at Hall of Flags Event

Professor Kathleen Bell, Associate Professor Sharon Klein, and Graduate Student Researcher Ben Cotton recently represented the School of Economics (SOE) and College of Natural Sciences, Forestry, & Agriculture (NSFA) at the Maine State House in Augusta. The Hall of Flags Event, which took place on Thursday, March 23rd, celebrated the contributions of NSFA, the Maine […]

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Noblet, Zimmerman, and Shea honored for solutions-oriented PFAS Research

Dr. Caroline Noblet, Graduate Student Charity Zimmerman and Undergraduate Researcher Molly Shea are part of the Mitchell Center’s interdisciplinary PFAS Research Initiative which recently received the Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions Award for Outstanding contribution toward the development of a solution by a research team. Noblet, Zimmerman, and Shea collaborated on research examining Maine residents’ baseline […]

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SOE hosts research seminar by Dr. Mo Alloush

SOE hosted Dr. Mo Alloush from Hamilton College for a research seminar on Friday March 24th. Dr. Mo Alloush is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Hamilton College, with research interests at the intersection of economics, psychology, and geography. Dr. Alloush conducts research in a broad set of contexts with a focus on understanding the […]

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Rubin discusses the climate impact of transportation with News Center Maine

School of Economics (SOE) Professor Jonathan Rubin recently spoke to News Center Maine about the climate impact of transportation. Dr. Rubin, who directs the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center, addressed the carbon emissions of different types of transportation, including air travel and driving. To access the video of the News Center Maine story, click here. […]

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Women’s History month: SOE Alum Dr. Ewa Kleczyk – A Global Champion for Women in Healthcare Leadership

“Dr Kleczyk is a strong advocate for mentoring and supporting the next generation of women leaders in the healthcare industry. She has received numerous leadership awards, including the Healthcare Businesswomen Association’s “Rising Star” and “Luminary” recognitions. In 2022, she was a finalist for the Women in IT Awards in the “Contribution of the Year” category […]

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Join in the fun at today’s SOE Research Cafe from Noon to 1 PM

The SOE Research Café is a relaxed and friendly hosted interview and discussion with an invited expert. Today’s expert is SOE’s own regional economist, Dr. Andrew Crawley. Please join us for a lively exploration into Dr. Crawley’s research on regional economic development. And bring your own questions for Dr. Crawley to add to the fun. […]

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Dr. Kelsi Hobbs

Hobbs presents research on residential instability at the 2023 Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Association

Dr. Kelsi Hobbs, Assistant Professor in the School of Economics (SOE), presented her research on residential instability at the 2023 Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Association in New York, New York. Her talk, The Effect of Unemployment Insurance on Residential Instability: Evidence from the Household Pulse Survey, explored the impacts of unemployment insurance on […]

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SOE hosts Dr. Hanchen Jiang for Seminar (February 24, 12 -1 PM)

SOE is excited to be hosting Dr. Hanchen Jiang from University of North Texas for a research seminar. His talk, Measuring the Value of Rent Stabilization and Understanding its Implications for Racial Inequality: Evidence from NYC, will take place via Zoom from Noon 1 to 1 PM. To learn more more about Dr. Jinag, click […]

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