Education that goes beyond training, the classroom, your comfort zone and other universities—that’s the UNE way.
UNE professors include world-class researchers, authors and Fulbright scholars. You’ll get to know them personally, working side-by-side with them in the lab, on a research vessel, in the field, or across the globe.
Innovation isn’t just a word to UNE, it’s our reason for being. Our DNA is innovating in health sciences and liberal arts, with more than 40 undergraduate and 32 graduate/professional programs in important, needed and fascinating fields. Whatever path you choose, you’ll make important connections and experience life-changing internships that position you for success.
We don’t just educate students, we make them valuable contributors to the world, recognized everywhere. 90 percent of UNE’s 2012 Class is either employed or pursuing graduate/professional school. Forbes lists UNE among its 2014 America's Top Colleges and U.S. News & World Report ranks us one of the "Best Universities" in the North.
UNE by the Numbers
Number of undergraduate researchers that have been awarded the prestigious national Goldwater Scholarships the past 5 years
Undergraduate, graduate and professional programs
Number of 2014 graduates* employed or have been accepted into graduate/ professional programs
* 85% of graduates responded to survey
John Stubbs, Sarah Cooper, Wyler Scamman and Matthijs van den Berg present at American Chemical Society
John Stubbs, Ph.D., associate professor of chemistry, and students Sarah Cooper (Biochemistry and Neuroscience '15), Wyler Scamman (Marine Science '15) and Matthijs van den Berg...
On April 19, 2015, the Sun Journal published an editorial by Dora Anne Mills, M.D., M.P.H., FAAP, vice president for Clinical Affairs, urging readers to...
Emily Warner, a junior Neuroscience major, received an American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET) Summer Undergraduate Research Fellow (SURF) award for 2015. The...
Seminar Center for Excellence in the Neurosciences Seminar Series
Feldenkrais Somatic Lear ning principles of neuro-plasticity as applied by second generation Movement Intelligence created by Ruthy Alon
Seminar Center for Global Humanities Lecture/Seminar Series
Arthur Kleinman, M.D.
Seminar COM Biomedical Research Seminar Series
Dynamic modulation of the miR-101/c-fos genetic axis controls cardiomyocyte proliferation and scar tissue resolution in zebrafish heart regeneration