Rising Up and Recognizing Excellence


Rising Up and Recognizing Excellence

Dr. Norman O'Reilly, MA, MBA, PhD, CPA and Dean, Graduate School of Business, University of Maine highlights the way in which his institution is contributing to Maine's economic recovery and future strength.  He will also share comments inspiring each of us to become future-ready, seeking ways to contribute to the vibrancy of our firm, community, state and self.

Keynote will be followed by Awards Presentation.

Generously sponsored by NBT Bank.





Provide an overview of work being done at the state's flagship university to contribute to the state's economy as it Rises UP from the pandemic's impact AND Recognize accounting professionals for exemplary leadership in their sphere of influence.



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Standard Fee: $10.00


Standard Fee: $15.00

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December 7, 2021 9:00am


December 7, 2021 10:00am

Check-in starts at 8:50am


O'Reilly, Norman

Dr. Norm O’Reilly has expertise in a range of business topics, including analytics, marketing, sponsorship, social media, sport finance, social marketing, physical activity and management education. He has authored or co-authored 16 books, 14 case studies in the Harvard/Stanford series, and more than 145 peer-reviewed journal articles.
He is recognized as one of the leading scholars in the business of sports. In 2018, while at the Lang School of Business & Economics at the University of Guelph, he founded the International Institute for Sport Business & Leadership, a think-tank devoted to improving the sport business globally. From 2014 to 2018, he held the Richard P. and Joan S. Fox Professor of Business and was Chair of the Department of Sports Administration at Ohio University’s College of Business. He has also taught at the University of Ottawa, Syracuse University, Stanford University, Laurentian University, Ryerson University, Athabasca University, Bayreuth University, and the Russian International Olympic University.

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All Business professionals, especially accountants, CPAs and financial types.


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