Jennifer S. Tuttle

Dorothy M. Healy Professor of Literature and Health

Professor of English

Director, Maine Women Writers Collection

Co-founder and faculty, Women's and Gender Studies Program

(207) 602-2539

Marcil Hall

Jennifer Tuttle teaches courses on literature and health studies, US Literature and cutlure, women's writing, and the US West. Holding an endowed chair in literature and health, she designs courses, pursues scholarship, and develops curricular and programming initiatives that integrate the health sciences and the humanities at UNE. As the Dorothy M. Healy Professor, she is also director of the Maine Women Writers Collection. Beyond UNE, she is coeditor of Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers.

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Literature and Health

United States literature and culture

Women's literary history

Literatures of the US West

Charlotte Perkins Gilman studies

Women's detective fiction

literary recovery and archival studies

Camille Vandeberg


(207) 602-2260

Marcil Hall

Camille Vande Berg earned her Ph.D. in French/Romance Linguistics at the University of Illinois at Urbana. She has taught French, Spanish, Italian, ESL and literature at a number of universities in the U.S. and Europe. Her research interests include language teaching and learning, with a current focus on autonomous language study and self-assessment.Read More


ACTFL Superior-level proficiency in French and Spanish

Advanced-level in Italian. 

James V

Professor, Physics

Director of Microscopy Core Facility

(207) 602-2560

Morgane Hall

History and Research:

The moniker "Dr. V" is in veneration to his late father, an outstanding teacher in the Concord Massachusetts school system who went by the name of "Mr. V."  Dr. V teaches general physics and undertakes research in molecular self-assembly of four-stranded DNA and physics education.  He graduated Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Clark University with a dual major in chemistry and physics in 1982.  He graduated with... Read More


Physics education pedagogy

physical science teacher training

scanning probe microscopy.

biomaterials nanotechnology

Aimee Vlachos

Assistant Lecturer

(207) 602-2441

Decary Hall

While attending Western State College of Colorado for my undergraduate degree, my passion for outdoor recreation blossomed. I was fortunate that the recreation classes I completed included a number of field work experiences. This included: ice climbing up frozen waterfalls, building winter snow caves at the top of a 16,000 foot mountain, river rafting through the Grand Canyon, and planning skateboard contests.
I have been teaching sport management courses for the past 8 years and have experience instructing at... Read More


Outdoor recreation

Gender and Sport

America Reads America Counts Program Coordinator

College Aspirations Program Coordinator

(207) 602-2043

Decary Hall

Lori Wall

Developmental Mathematics Supervisor

Associate Adjunct Faculty Mathematics Department

(207) 602-2794

Student Academic Success Center

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.  

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Brian Wallace

Assistant Director for Student Activities/Organizations: Recreation and Wellness

Adjunct Faculty Business

(207) 602-2768

Campus Center

Brian joined UNE in the summer of 2013 as the Assistant Director of Student Activities/ Organizations, and became an adjunct in the Department of Business in 2015. He specializes in outdoor recreation and student leadership development. Brian also manages the recreational waterfront at UNE comprising several dozen boats and watercraft which are available for UNE community use, and bike share programs on the Biddeford campus.

Along with an M.B.A., Brian holds an Adolescent Education credential from The American Montessori Society, is... Read More

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Yiben Wang


Assistant Lecturer, Chemistry

(207) 602-2491

Decary Hall

Dr. Wang is part of the general chemistry and biochemistry instructional group, teaching both the lab and lecture. As an instructor, Dr. Wang's goal is to foster the development of his students' critical thinking skills so that they can become self-reliant learners. He also strives to connect chemistry to real world examples for the students in order to inspire them to understand and question all of the chemistry that occurs around them. Read More



Chemical Education

Bacterial Peptidoglycan

Mark Andrew Ward

Research Associate

(207) 563-2956

Decary Hall


Landscape scale conservation planning

Identification of rare plant and animal species of New England

Natural community classification

Vernal pool biology

Invertebrate taxonomy (odonates

tiger beetles

and fairy shrimp)

Natural history education

John Waterman

(207) 602-2108

Marcil Hall

John Waterman is an Assistant Lecturer in Philosophy. He teaches courses on bioethics, the intellectual history of ideas, and on the experimental philosophy of mind. A native New Englander, he recently moved back to Maine with his wife Barbara, and their three children Ida, Hazel, and Noel. He received an M.Sc. in the philosophy of science from The London School of Economics and a Ph.D. in philosophy from The Johns Hopkins University.Read More



Bio-Medical Ethics


Kristin Wilson

Research Associate, UNE Department of Environmental Studies; Research Director, Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve

(207) 646-1555 x136


Bethany Woodworth

Associate Lecturer

Coordinater, Interdisciplinary Minor in Climate Change Studies

(207) 602-2647

Decary Hall

I have conducted conservation research for many years in a variety of ecosystems from east Africa and Central America to the Caribbean and Pacific Islands, working with a variety of non-profit and government agencies to develop management strategies for birds and wildlife. From 1993-96 I served as monitoring ecologist for Frankfurt Zoological Society, flying extensive aerial surveys for wildlife in the remotest areas of Tanzania. From 1997-2006 I worked at the Pacific Islands Ecosystem Research Center of the U.S. Geological... Read More



population dynamics of endangered species

climate change impacts on ecosystems and wildlife

undergraduate education in environmental awareness

Adjunct in English and Languages; Fellow in Global Humanities

(207) 602-2509

Marcil Hall

Ph.D., Yale University

Before coming to UNE, George Young taught Russian language and literature from 1965 to 1978 at Grinnell and Dartmouth Colleges. He is the author of a collection of poems, a study of the life and work of the nineteenth century Russian religious philosopher Nikolai Fedorov, and a book on the early twentieth century American artist Charles H. Woodbury. He wrote the article on Fedorov for the Cambridge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, and many of his poems, translations, essays,... Read More


Russian literature


and philosophy

Professor Stephan I. Zeeman

Professor, Department of Marine Sciences

(207) 602-2410

Marine Science Center




primary production

remote sensing

geographic information systems

Bering Sea ecosystems.

Greg Zogg

Associate Professor

(207) 602-2884

119 Morgane


Wetland and forest ecology

Soil microbiology

Plant physiology

Prof. Eric G. E. Zuelow

Associate Professor of European History

(207) 283-0170

Marcil Hall

Eric G.E. Zuelow is an associate professor of European history. He specializes in modern Britain and Ireland, with a particular emphasis on the histories of tourism and national identity. Zuelow is author of A History of Modern Tourism (Palgrave, 2015) and of the award-winning Making Ireland Irish: Tourism and National Identity since the Irish Civil War (Syracuse, 2009), editor of Touring Beyond the Nation: A Transnational Approach to European Tourism History (Ashgate, 2011), and co-editor of Tourism... Read More


History of Tourism and Leisure

Modern Scotland

Modern German History


History of Drink

English Public Houses

Youth Culture




modern British and Irish History

national identity