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Mira D'Amato, Elizabeth DeWolfe and Jessica Olmeda at the New England Historical Association conference
Mira D'Amato, Elizabeth DeWolfe and Jessica Olmeda at the New England Historical Association conference

College of Arts and Sciences students present research at local conference

April 16, 2019

Two College of Arts and Sciences undergraduates, Mira D'Amato (English, ’19) and Jessica Olmeda (Neuroscience, ’20), recently presented original research papers at the spring conference of the New England Historical...

Students discuss ways to display World War II stories on panels for their museum exhibit
Students discuss ways to display World War II stories on panels for their museum exhibit

History students learn World War II stories by designing museum exhibit

April 03, 2019

Fourteen undergraduate students in the College of Arts and Sciences are learning the personal stories of American soldiers who fought in World War II and their families back home. They’re...

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...

An essay written by Elizabeth De Wolfe was recently published in Women in Higher Education
An essay written by Elizabeth De Wolfe was recently published in Women in Higher Education

'Women in Higher Education’ publishes essay from Elizabeth De Wolfe

January 24, 2019

Elizabeth De Wolfe, Ph.D., professor of history and co-founder of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program , recently published an essay in Women in Higher Education that explores academic service...

Jennifer Tuttle of the Maine Women Writers Collection is interviewed by C-SPAN
Jennifer Tuttle of the Maine Women Writers Collection is interviewed by C-SPAN

C-SPAN features UNE in two segments as part of “Cities Tour” series

October 24, 2017

C-SPAN featured two segments about the University of New England as part of its “Cities Tour” series about Portland, Maine. The tour travels to various cities around the nation, interviewing...

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