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February 16, 2009 Professor Philip Trostel, School of Economics, will present “Investing in Maine’s College Students”

Professor Philip Trostel, School of Economics, will present Investing in Maine’s College Students, as part of “Building a Vibrant Maine Economy…a Virtual Conference,” research-based perspectives on topics that can help Maine citizens and policymakers gain deeper understanding of issues affecting Maine’s economic future.  Each presentation in this series is approximately 20 minutes in length and […]

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Interested in Engaged Research? Join us Wednesday, February 4th, 4-5pm.

Developing a UM-Milo Research Corps:  Opportunities for Engaged Research The UM Bodwell Center and the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center will co-host an informal gathering to share stories about engaged research opportunities and invite you to be a part of a UM-Milo research corps. Bring students! Bring faculty!  Bring your community partner! Wednesday, February 4, […]

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December 5, 2008: Jessie Guest, a Maine State Government Summer Intern, is mentioned in recent WCSH interview

In a recent WLBZ/WCSH interview, David Leach from the Maine Bureau of Consumer Credit Protection mentions summer intern Jessie Guest’s involvement in the production of  the “Downeaster Guide To Elder Financial Protection.” Jessie was a 2008 summer intern as part of the Maine State Government Summer Internship program administered by the Margaret Chase Smith Policy […]

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November 12, 2008: Legislator and Author Donna Loring speaks at UMaine

Author and Legislator Donna Loring visits the University of Maine — cosponsored by the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center and the University of Maine Wabanaki Center. While on campus, Representative Loring will teach a Native American Studies class.  A  plenary session and reception is scheduled from 2-5:30 pm  in the McIntire Room of Buchanan Alumni […]

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