As a part of the state’s flagship university, the Maine Business School is poised to be a catalyst for change in Maine’s economy and workforce through a new vision for business education. Maine and its public universities face several challenges in today’s economic landscape: a declining and aging workforce, rapidly evolving business needs, and increased competition for professionals and graduate-level students. Thanks to sponsorship from the Harold Alfond Foundation, Maine’s two largest higher education institutions — the University of Maine and University of Southern Maine — have teamed up to combine their faculty expertise and educational resources to solve these workforce challenges.
Maine Business School, "Maine. The State of Business" (2020). General University of Maine Publications. 2918.
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