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Amy Deveau has been involved with the Council on Undergraduate Research for six years
Amy Deveau has been involved with the Council on Undergraduate Research for six years

Amy Deveau named to new term on the Council on Undergraduate Research

August 07, 2019

Amy Deveau, Ph.D., associate professor and assistant chair of the Department of Chemistry and Physics , was recently elected to a third term as a councilor for the Chemistry Division...

Noah Perlut releases an adult bobolink after banding it
Noah Perlut releases an adult bobolink after banding it

UNE research helps Vermont farmers and grassland birds co-exist

June 21, 2019

With the full moon still hanging in the morning sky and the sun beginning to rise, Noah Perlut, Ph.D., associate professor and chair of the Department of Environmental Studies ,...

Charles Lubelczyk, M.P.H. '13, gives the inaugural presentation of "Tick Talk," hosted by UNE's Planetary Health Council.
Charles Lubelczyk, M.P.H. '13, gives the inaugural presentation of "Tick Talk," hosted by UNE's Planetary Health Council.

UNE Planetary Health Council hosts alum Charles Lubelczyk for “Tick Talk”

May 24, 2019

In April, the UNE Planetary Health Council hosted Charles B. Lubelczyk, M.P.H., for a "Tick Talk" lecture on the Biddeford Campus. The presentation was titled “Climate Change & Tick Expansion:...

Amy Deveau, associate professor and assistant chair of the Department of Chemistry and Physics
Amy Deveau, associate professor and assistant chair of the Department of Chemistry and Physics

Amy Deveau invited to deliver research seminar in Rhode Island

April 18, 2019

Amy Deveau, Ph.D., associate professor and assistant chair of the Department of Chemistry and Physics , recently delivered a research seminar at Rhode Island College (RIC) in Providence, Rhode Island...

New York Times best-selling author Sam Kean with President James Herbert after his talk at the Connections Lecture Series
New York Times best-selling author Sam Kean with President James Herbert after his talk at the Connections Lecture Series

Connections Lecture Series breaks down education boundaries

April 01, 2019

New York Times best-selling author Sam Kean writes books as a way to popularize science. “Stories are a good way to teach science,” Kean recently told a packed house in...

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