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Aimee Vlachos presented her research on women surfers at a national conference
Aimee Vlachos presented her research on women surfers at a national conference

Aimee Vlachos presents research at national sport management conference

July 17, 2019

Aimee Vlachos, M.S., assistant lecturer in the Sport Management and Recreation program, recently presented her research at the National American Society for Sport Management Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. Vlachos’...

Courtney Reynolds ’19 with her mother, Mayor Casavant, and members of the Biddeford City Council
Courtney Reynolds ’19 (front center) poses with Biddeford Mayor Alan Casavant (front right) and her mother (front left), along with members of the Biddeford City Council.

Courtney Reynolds ’19 named Biddeford’s UNE Student Volunteer of 2019

May 31, 2019

Recent graduate Courtney Reynolds, B.S. ’19 (Business Administration) was recently named the 2019 UNE Student Volunteer of the Year by the city of Biddeford. The annual award is given by...

Nearly twenty teams showcased their innovative prototypes during the 2019 Student Innovation Challenge
Nearly twenty teams showcased their innovative prototypes during the 2019 Student Innovation Challenge

UNE students demonstrate entrepreneurial spirit at 2019 Innovation Challenge

April 12, 2019

On Saturday, March 30, nearly 20 teams from across the University of New England showcased their working prototypes during the 2019 Student Innovation Challenge. The prototypes represent the students' ideas...

Communications student finds new career options through stop animation videos
Communications student finds new career options through stop animation videos

Communication major’s stop animation videos featured on 'WCSH'

April 04, 2019

When Emily Ferrick ( Communications , ’19) transferred to UNE a few years ago, she wasn’t sure what career path she wanted to take. “I wanted to do something creative,...

Elissa Kane '19 tends to UNE's honey bee hives as part of her summer internship with the University's Office of Sustainability.
Elissa Kane '19 tends to UNE's honey bee hives as part of her summer internship with the University's Office of Sustainability. The hives are one component of UNE's Edible Campus Initiative.

What’s the buzz on the Edible Campus Initiative?

July 20, 2018

Elissa Kane ’19, a double major in Environmental Studies and Business Administration, never envisioned herself wearing beekeeper’s gear at college. “I’m so scared of bees,” she admits. But her summer...

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