Maine CenterThe Greater Good

The Greater Good is a podcast devoted to complex and emerging issues in law, business, and policy. In each episode, we explore how these three fields contribute to the greater good of the state of Maine and the nation as a whole. The Greater Good is produced by the University of Maine Graduate and Professional Center, a consortium of graduate programs that prepares current and future leaders to solve our state and our nation’s most pressing challenges. Listen on our webpage, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts. You can also find us on Twitter @greatergoodpod.

 

COVID-19 Update: Our podcast studio is currently closed during to the ongoing pandemic. We are, however, developing new content to share on the Greater Good podcast. We look forward to engaging with you again soon.

Latest Episodes

Episode 21: The Innovation Cohort Part 2 – Talk to strangers

Podcast title - Episode 21: The Innovation Cohort Part 2 - Talk to strangers

Podcast short description - Part 2 of our discussion about healthcare innovation and collaboration.

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Episode 20: The Innovation Cohort – Inventing with empathy

Podcast title - Episode 20: The Innovation Cohort - Inventing with empathy

Podcast short description - An entrepreneurial cardiologist joins us to discuss healthcare innovation and collaboration.

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Episode 19: Rethinking Leadership – Doing well by doing good

Podcast title - Episode 19: Rethinking Leadership - Doing well by doing good

Podcast short description - We discuss how leadership styles have changed over time and what this means for the workforce of the future.

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(Transcripts of all episodes are available on the individual episode pages)

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About Our Host

Caroline (Carrie) Wilshusen is the Associate Dean for Admissions at the University of Maine School of Law in Portland, Maine. She graduated with honors from Maine Law in 2007. After serving as a law clerk, Carrie entered private practice working with at-risk children and adolescents as well as serving as executive coordinator for Maine’s Access to Justice Commission. She returned to Maine Law in her current role in 2014.

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