My past courses at UNE have included: Geospatial Information & Technology I & II; Human Traditions; and Introduction to Environmental Issues. I have advised GIS internships for undergraduates from Environmental Studies and related majors.
During the 2016-2017 academic year, I am serving as an ORISE (Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Engineering) research fellow with the U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, located in Portland, OR.
For my fellowship I am leading a multi-state... Read More
GIS; land use / land cover change; planning and land use policy; demographic change; environmental history
Professor Ali Abdullatif Ahmida was born in Waddan, Libya and educated at Cairo University in Egypt and The University of Washington, Seattle. He is the founding Chair (2000 – 2014) of the Department of Political Science at the University of New England, Biddeford, Maine, USA. His areas of expertise are political theory, comparative politics, and historical sociology. His scholarship is cross-cultural and focuses on power, agency and anti-colonial resistance in North Africa, especially in modern Libya.
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historical sociology of power
Robert Alegre is a Chilean-American historian of Latin America. His work has followed two tracks: the history of social movements during the Cold War, and the history of gender and sexuality. His book, Railroad Radicals in Cold War Mexico: Gender, Class, and Memory (Nebraska, 2013), argues that a national working-class movement emerged in Mexico during the 1950s, demonstrating the contested process of modernization in the postwar period. This movement, which included major industrial unions as well as teachers, challenged the hegemony of the... Read More
gender and sexuality
Chris has been teaching General Chemistry I & II Lab at UNE since 2007. He enjoys interacting with students in their first foray into the exciting world of college chemistry. In addition, he collaborates with students in the SPARTACUS Graduate Fellowship and the Chemistry Club in providing onsite and offsite visits to local elementary, middle, and high schools.Read More
Dr. Balog teaches chemistry and biochemistry. Her research interests include protein biochemistry, biomaterials, and biophysics.Read More
Audrey Bartholomew is an Assistant Professor in the Education Department. She teaches special education courses on introduction to special education, Autism, differentiation, and data-based decision making. Prior to coming to UNE Audrey worked for the National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center in Charlotte, North Carolina on helping states improve their secondary transition practices for students with disabilities. Read More
Secondary transition for students with disabilities
inclusive practices and schools
positive behavior support
effective online teaching practices
Dr. Bass was trained as a zoologist and has been lucky to work on invertebrates, fish, reptiles, birds and mammals. While Molecular Ecology is a broad descriptor of her field of study, recent research on stranded and rehabilitated marine mammals led to deeper interests in the field of disease ecology and the concept of ecosystem health. In addition, she is interested in the One Health approach as a strategy to link multiple disciplines in the study, prevention and management of... Read More
I have taught French language and literature, Great Books in translation, Transcultural Healing, and French Impressionism. I have traveled extensively and spent two sabbaticals in Paris. Among the awards received, I got a medal from the French government, "Officier dans l'Ordre de l'Art et Lettres" for my contribution to French culture. I'm the author of 20 publications and I write in English and in French. Read More
Susan Bell received an undergraduate degree from Salisbury University and a masters degree from the University of Houston. Her professional interests include differential equations, Laplace transforms, and incorporating technology into learning. Ms. Bell is an editor of the North American GeoGebra Journal and co-chair of the GeoGebra Institute of Maine. Hobbies: Whitewater kayaking, whitewater paddleboarding, trail running, hiking, yoga, and meditation.Read More
As a music historian and performer Mr. Killough has been an integral part of the New England music scene for the past twenty years. After attending both the Berklee College of Music and the University of New Hampshire from which he received a Bachelor of the Arts and Master of the Arts in music performance and history Mr. Killough began giving lectures and performances on the life and music of Django Reinhardt. His group the Hot Club of Portland has... Read More
Visiting Assistant Lecturer
After serving in the Peace Corps from 1998 to 2000 in the Republic of Benin, I began working for an international non-profit organization in Washington, D.C. I conducted surveys in many countries in West Africa to study the social and economic impacts and sustainability of agriculture and small business development projects. From 2005 through 2008 I was the Chief of Party of an agribusiness project in northern Cameroon. After working in Africa for a decade, I returned to school to... Read More
cultural and political ecology
Christopher has more than 20 years of corporate and business experience, ranging from sales, management, marketing, small business ownership, to other tasks such as supervision, inventory control, budgeting, wholesale, retail, as well as curriculum development. Christopher has also been teaching professionally since 2000. He earned a BSBA from Western New England College and a MBA from the University of Phoenix. I enjoy teaching especially college students, and my greatest joy is when the light bulb goes off in a student’s head, also known as... Read More