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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...

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...

(Photo by Kathryn Chalmers): Jessica White (Biochemistry and Applied Mathematics, ’19) and Audrie Langlais (Biochemistry, ’18)
(Photo by Kathryn Chalmers): Jessica White (Biochemistry and Applied Mathematics, ’19) and Audrie Langlais (Biochemistry, ’18) demonstrate eco-friendly packaging materials as an example of green chemistry. The students trained as Green Chemistry Outreach Fellows at Beyond Benign this past fall and are members of the award-winning UNE Chemistry Club.

UNE Department of Chemistry and Physics adopts Green Chemistry Commitment

February 19, 2018

UNE became the first institution in Northern New England to adopt the Green Chemistry Commitment (GCC) at a signing event on February 15. Members of the UNE Community joined the...

A visual display of the Earth at Rheinaue Park, where one of the two conference venues, the Bonn zone, was held. Each of the var
A visual display of the Earth at Rheinaue Park, where one of the two conference venues, the Bonn zone, was held. Each of the various segments of the white ring surrounding the Earth represent a U.N. climate change goal for sustainable development.

UNE undergrad Jessica White attends U.N. Framework on Climate Change Convention in Germany

February 16, 2018

UNE student Jessica White (Biochemistry and Applied Mathematics, ’19) attended the United Nations Framework on Climate Change Convention 23rd Conference of the Parties (COP23) in Bonn, Germany, from November 13...

Erica Bonitatibus, Katie Chalmers, Jessica White, Brea Rivard, and Cassandra Ray represented the UNE Chemistry Club at the Stude
Erica Bonitatibus, Katie Chalmers, Jessica White, Brea Rivard, and Cassandra Ray represented the UNE Chemistry Club at the Student Leaders’ Workshop on September 23rd. (Photo by Natalie Machamer)

Amy Keirstead reports on Maine ACS Student Leaders’ Workshop in ‘Chemistry & Engineering News’

November 29, 2017

Amy Keirstead, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Chemistry and Physics, recently published a news item in Chemical & Engineering News , the weekly publication of the American Chemical...

L-R: Brea Rivard ’19, Jessica Woolf ’17, and Molly Wright ’17
L-R: Brea Rivard ’19, Jessica Woolf ’17, and Molly Wright ’17

UNE Chemistry Club receives two American Chemical Society awards

October 03, 2017

The University of New England Chemistry Club, a student chapter of the American Chemical Society (ACS), was recently recognized by the ACS Society Committee on Education Student Chapters Awards program...

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