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Students from various colleges within the University of New England work together during a collaborative learning activity.
Students from various colleges within the University of New England work together during a collaborative learning activity.

UNE launches new center dedicated to team-based, collaborative education

December 18, 2019

The University of New England has established a Center for Excellence in Collaborative Education , providing a university-wide hub for cross-disciplinary education and collaborative practices across academic disciplines. The new...

Steven Byrd, Ph.D., has been published in a Brazilian anthology
Steven Byrd, Ph.D., has been published in a Brazilian anthology

Steven Byrd essay published in Brazilian anthology

December 10, 2019

Steven Byrd, Ph.D., associate professor of Spanish and Portuguese in the Department of Society, Culture, and Languages and director of the Latin American studies minor, published a new essay in...

UNE students at the 59th annual New England Psychological Association conference in Manchester, New Hampshire
UNE students at the 59th annual New England Psychological Association conference in Manchester, New Hampshire

UNE students present research at New England psychology conference

December 05, 2019

Reading Comprehension and Cognition (RCC) lab members Genna Companatico (Psychology, ’ 20), Nicole Martin (Psychology, ’ 21) and Aubrey Sahouria (Neuroscience, ’ 22) recently presented their research at the 59th...

The Gulf of Maine is warming faster than 99% of all of the oceans in the world
The Gulf of Maine is warming faster than 99% of all of the oceans in the world

UNE takes on climate change in curriculum and research

December 04, 2019

Climate change is the single biggest threat to our planet. There’s evidence of it right here in our backyard. The Gulf of Maine is warming faster than 99% of all...

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