Faculty & Staff News

Amy Smith (left) and Erin Mohr record scallop width and shell damage during the research cruise.
Amy Smith (left) and Erin Mohr record scallop width and shell damage during the research cruise.

Marine Science students return from scallop research excursion at sea

December 15, 2015

A team of marine science students recently returned from a six-day research excursion in the mid Atlantic. First-year graduate students Brett Sweezy and Amy Smith along with second-year graduate student...

L-R: John Harmon, president of the Marine Anglers for Research and Conservation, Mike Jancovic, past president and board member,
L-R: John Harmon, president of the Marine Anglers for Research and Conservation, Mike Jancovic, past president and board member, John Tumiel, UNE's senior advisor to the president, and James Sulikowski, professor of marine sciences

UNE receives donation from Marine Anglers for Research and Conservation

December 10, 2015

On December 10, 2015, James Sulikowski, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Marine Sciences, accepted a donation of $10,000 from the Marine Anglers for Research and Conservation of Belgrade, Maine,...

Sharon McDonnell returns to Africa to combat Ebola

December 09, 2015

Sharon McDonnell, R.N., M.D., M.P.H., an adjunct faculty member in the University of New England’s Master of Public Health program will return to Monrovia, Liberia in January 2016 to work...

Environmental Studies students work with Pam Morgan, Ph.D., associate professor, to survey elevations along the Saco River in or
Environmental Studies students work with Pam Morgan, Ph.D., associate professor, to survey elevations along the Saco River in order to map sea levels.

UNE offers new interdisciplinary minor in Climate Change Studies

December 09, 2015

With the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in full swing in France, the world’s attention has turned, more than ever, to the devastating effects of climate change on the...

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