News

I explore campers at U N E participate in a clinical simulation exercise
iXplore STEM campers at UNE participate in a clinical simulation exercise.

UNE hosts camp for high school students interested in STEM

August 12, 2014

The University of New England hosted an iXplore STEM camp, August 4-8, allowing high school students to utilize the facilities on both UNE's Portland and Biddeford campuses. The camp provided...

Ed Legg (second from left) and his wife Ann attending U N E’s 2013 President’s Gala, alongside UNE’s Scott Marchildon and Bill Chance
Ed Legg (second from left) and his wife Ann attending UNE’s 2013 President’s Gala, alongside UNE’s Scott Marchildon and Bill Chance

In Memoriam: Ed Legg

August 11, 2014

The University is deeply saddened to share the news that former University of New England Board member, leader, and dear friend Ed Legg passed away suddenly yesterday at his home...

Two U N E students tag a dogfish

Dogfish research suggests new considerations for fisheries

August 05, 2014

Newly published research from University of New England Marine Science Professor James Sulikowski's laboratory on movement patterns of the spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) has significant potential impacts on fisheries, catch...

Winter Skate
UNE and its partners have received an NOAA grant to study the discard mortality rate of the winter skate, pictured here, in the monkfish industry.

Monkfish fishery the focus of $1.8M NOAA award to UNE and research partners

July 28, 2014

A University of New England researcher and colleagues have been awarded a $1.8 million National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) grant to study incidental mortality of winter skates in the...

Pages