Full-time Faculty

Mike Daley

Michael C. Daley

Ph.D. Economics

Interim Chair

Associate Professor

(207) 602-2592

Decary Hall

Dr.  Daley  graduated in 1984 from the University of Maine, Orono with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. Dr. Daley earned a M.A. in Economics in 1988 and a Ph.D. in Economics in 2000 from the Whittemore School of Business and Economics, Durham, New Hampshire. 

Dr. Daley started working at the University of New England in fall 2004. He teaches principles courses in Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, and Business and Economics, as well as upper level... Read More


environmental economics

ecological economics

Tom Leach


(207) 602-2565

Decary Hall
On Campus

I've lived in Maine since 1976, coming from Michigan.  I love Maine's natural beauty and especially its coast.  I was attracted to Maine because of the wonderful sailing along the coast and its bountiful islands,  harbors and coves.  In the off season, I enjoy alpine and nordic skiing.  I grew up in Michigan and  earned my degrees from Michigan State and Eastern Michigan Universities.  I've worked in the automobile industry, with Procter and Gamble and in small business.  While teaching... Read More


Small business



Joe Habraken

Joe Habraken

M.A . Film and Video

Associate Professor of Film and Video

(207) 602-2781

Decary Hall

Joe Habraken is a writer, filmmaker and educator with more than 20 years experience as a teacher and practitioner of the cinema arts. Joe is currently an associate professor of film and video  at the University of New England. In Biddeford, ME. He teaches documentary and narrative film production and screenwriting.  As a filmmaker, Professor Habraken likes to explore stories that emphasize the often-overlooked successes in daily life, whether it is the sublime art of a master sushi chef or... Read More



Digital Video


New Media

Video Editing

Photo Editing


Dr. Richard J. LaRue

Professor, NAS Fellow

(207) 602-2605

Decary Hall
On Campus

Current Employment: Professor (tenured) and NAS Fellow, Department of Business, University of New England, Biddeford, Maine (1998-).


Education:  Doctor of Physical Education from Springfield College (December 1988); a Master of Science Degree from Springfield College (August 1980); and, a Bachelor of Arts-Teaching Degree [Individual Honors] from the University of Northern Iowa (May 1974).


Professional Experience in Higher Education: Served as a ranked member of the faculty at the University of Northern Iowa, Bradford College (Massachusetts), Colby-Sawyer College (New... Read More


Sport management and programming; sport philosophy and ethics; sport law and risk management; sport/venue planning


and construction; ADA and OSHA; Physical Activity and Recreation; and

long-distance hiking (one of the first 100 people to backpac

Ed Dorr

Edward E. Dorr



(207) 602-2710

Decary 303
On Campus
Teaching Online

After receiving his doctarate Ed worked for several years as an advisor in the Attorney General's Office, until leaving to teach full time for the next six years.  His attention then shifted to private business where he founded and operated three small businesses over the next twenty years, primarily involved with the  financing and development of real estate. Ed was extremely pleased when the opportunity to return to the classroom presented itself here at UNE.  His courses have been in a number of applied fields of... Read More

Kristin Linder

Assistant Lecturer

(207) 602-2498

Decary Hall 317
On Campus

Joining the Department of Business in 2015, Kristin teaches a variety of courses across the Communication program, with special emphasis on new and digital media. She is currently pursuing a research focus centered on social media and digital games, investigating reciprocity and altruistic behavior across social media networks, as well as the rise of social games and social media play as it intersects with issues of gender, sexuality and the video game industry. Kristin earned her BA in Speech Communication at Pennsylvania State University,... Read More


Social Media

digital media

communication studies

Glenn Powell


Assistant Lecturer, Business

On Campus

I have a background in law and business.  I have worked for large corporations and small law firms. I encourage students to analyze and think about complex business and legal concepts.  I started teaching in 2007 and enjoy discussing a variety of business topics with students.Read More


Business Law


Cris Edward Johnson

(207) 391-9717

Marcil Hall

Cris Edward Johnson is a graduate of Colgate University (B.A.) and Pace University School of Law (J.D.)

He has been a teacher of English and Humanities, a writer of educational curriculum and resource materials and an attorney practicing for 30 years in the fields of business and financial services where he was counsel to multi-national corporations as well as local community organizations.

Now retired from the practice of law, Cris is actively engaged in... Read More

Lori Wall

Developmental Mathematics Supervisor

Associate Adjunct Faculty Departments of Mathematics and Business

(207) 602-2794

Student Academic Success Center
On Campus

I began my professional career as a cartographer, stumbled into education in my mid-twenties and have been happily teaching mathematics ever since. Through hard work, a series of good turns and a bit of luck, I've developed an expertise in developmental mathematics specifically and developmental education more generally.  I am passionate about learning and enjoy sharing knowledge with others.  August  is my favorite month as that is when all the cool school supplies come out!

I share a home with... Read More


Administrative Assistant, Political Science, Business and Communications

(207) 602-2483

Decary 334
On Campus


Guidance & Counseling

Child Development and Family Relations