Richard Anderson-Martinez joined UNE as an Area Coordinator with the Office of Residential Education and Housing in the summer of 2012 before joining Multicultural Affairs and Diversity in January 2015. Originally from Wisconsin, Richard has grown to love southern Maine and the surrounding communities. His research interests include gender identity development and expression in male-identified persons and assessing campus climate toward underrepresented populations.Read More
Family Nurse Practitioner
Director Student Health Services
Graduate of Simmons College Boston MA. 18 years of experience in primary care and college health.Read More
Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist
Bennett (LAT, ATC) recently completed her first year as part of the UNE staff in the position of Assistant Athletic Trainer.
She came to Biddeford after spending two years at NCAA Division I Northeastern University, during which she attained her master's degree in applied nutrition. In her time with the Huskies, Bennett worked directly with the women's ice hockey and women's volleyball programs.
Bennett received her bachelor's degree in athletic training from the University of Southern Maine in 2011. She... Read More
Men's Ice Hockey
Born and raised in Biddeford Maine, I have been with the University since 1990. I have worked in the Counseling Office, the College of Arts and Sciences Dean's Office, the Student Affairs Dean's Office on the Portland Campus and in the College of Osteopathic Medicine. I have held my current position as Office Manager in the Student Academic Success Center since 2008. Read More
Burch holds a 19-17 overall record through two seasons as head coach of the UNE men's lacrosse program. He guided the Nor'easters to a program-record 14 wins (14-5) in his first season (2013), after serving the men's lacrosse program for four years as assistant coach and defensive coordinator. Continuing the team's improvement from recent years, Big Blue eclipsed the school record for wins in a season by four games (10-10 in 2012), posted a 6-2 mark in league contests, and... Read More
Collins guided the UNE field hockey squad to a 17-6 record in her first season leading the program, which included a 12-0 mark in Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) games, and the program's second ECAC New England Championship title. Collins was voted CCC Coach of the Year by her peers.
Prior to UNE, Collins was a three-year assistant under former Olympian and U.S. National Team member Jill Reeve at NCAA Division I Brown University, and spent one year as assistant coach... Read More
I was born in Charleston, West Virginia. It was a dark and stormy night. I was of the first TV generation, so I know about Betty Boop, Richard Carlson, the Marx Brothers, and W. C. Fields. Along with Albert Einstein, Bette Davis, Robert A Heinlein, and those guys waiting for Godot, these are my heroes. My undergraduate degree was achieved at West Virginia University, my graduate degree at the University of Southern Maine. I've been here at UNE in one... Read More
All facets of the writing process. I'm very eclectic and have a wide and fairly deep knowledge across many disciplines. I also have experience as a commercial artist
and sound technician. I build loudspeaker systems and furniture.
Davis has guided the Nor'easters for four seasons, posting a 39-29-7 mark in that time. The women's soccer program owns a 25-11-4 in Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) games under Davis.
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Educated at Assumption College and Suffolk University, Jennifer has been working with undergraduate students for more than a decade. Experience at previous institutions includes various positions in Residence Life, Student Activities and Community Volunteer Services / Service Learning. Jennifer is the National Volunteer Coordinator of NASPA, an organization of student affairs professionals in higher education, and is the past Co-Director of the Maine Association of Student Personnel Admininstrators.Read More
I have enjoyed working with students to develop their writing and learning skills for almost twenty years, both as faculty and as a professional tutor. As coordinator of the Student Academic Success Center on the Portland Campus, I facilitate and lead the work of the center's staff to ensure that we're following best practices for academic support and accomplishing our mission of helping students become efficient, independent, lifelongers learners with... Read More
Academic support services
Copy Editing and Proofreading
Promotions and Marketing
Amanda began working as an Area Coordinator in the summer of 2011 for the Office of Residential Education and Housing and is currently responsible for developing the residential community in Sokokis Hall. She directly supervises the RA staff, front desk staff, and fitness center staff in that area. Amanda is originally from Pennsylvania and earned her M. Ed in College Student Affairs and a BA in Interpersonal Communication from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. Amanda also holds an Advanced TEFL Certification from Notting Hill College in... Read More
Estabrook (formerly Frost) has spent the last six seasons leading the women's lacrosse program at UNE -- part of her 13 years as a collegiate head coach. The Nor'easters have twice registered program-record 12-win seasons (12-5) under her tenure in 2012 and 2010, and both years saw Big Blue reach the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) semifinals. Each season landed the program in the NCAA Record Book, matching the biggest Win-Loss turnaround from a previous season (8 games) in Division III... Read More
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