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Since 1940, the University of Maine has educated more than 125,000 people, helping them launch careers, start businesses, and contribute to communities near and far. The benefits of the learning and experiences that take place in Orono ripple across the state, reaching nearly every community, persisting for decades. This report presents the expansive economic and societal impacts of UMaine alumni in Maine. We surveyed thousands of former UMaine students at every stage of life. Here is what we learned.
Trostel, Philip A.; Bailey, Megan; deLutio, Catherine Reilly; and Pominova, Mariya, "University of Maine Alumni Economic and Community Impact Report" (2020). Economic Development. 18.
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