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Mackenzie Deveau’s research, which she conducted in the Peterson Lab, studied the effect of sexism on cosmetic pricing, tying to
Mackenzie Deveau’s research, which she conducted in the Peterson Lab, studied the effect of sexism on cosmetic pricing, tying together her major in psychology and her minors in women’s and gender studies and political science. Deveau ’19 is currently enrolled at the University of Maine School of Law.

Not Made Up: UNE Research Reveals the Very Real Effects of Sexism on Self-Esteem and Cosmetic Pricing

March 03, 2020

See the pretty girl in that mirror there Who can that attractive girl be? Such a pretty face Such a pretty dress Such a pretty smile Such a pretty me!...

Ali Ahmida, Ph.D.,
Ali Ahmida, Ph.D., professor of political science, recently spoke on KPFA Radio about current Libyan affairs.

UNE’s Ali Ahmida featured on Californian radio segment on Libyan affairs

February 14, 2020

Ali Ahmida, Ph.D., professor in and founding chair of the Department of Political Science at the University of New England, recently gave an interview on KPFA Radio in Berkeley, California,...

Ali Ahmida
Ali Ahmida, Ph.D., recently returned from Oxford, England and Tunis, Tunisia, where on both occasions he offered his expertise on Libyan state relations.

Ali Ahmida offers expertise on Libya on two international occasions

December 20, 2019

Ali Ahmida, Ph.D., professor in and founding chair of the Department of Political Science , recently returned from two international trips where his expertise on North African and Libyan relations...

Erynn Mills meets Maine's first female governor Janet Mills at the Maine State House
Erynn Mills meets Maine's first female governor Janet Mills at the Maine State House

UNE student selected to attend National Education for Women Leadership Institute

June 14, 2019

Erynn Mills (Marine Science, ’19) recently returned from the Schoodic Institute in Winter Harbor, Maine, after spending six days learning new skills, meeting women political leaders and activists, and participating...

Symposium keynote speakers Anda Panaitiu and Ioana Panaitiu with President James Herbert, Jeanne Hey and Amy Keirstead
Symposium keynote speakers Anda Panaitiu and Ioana Panaitiu with President James Herbert, Jeanne Hey and Amy Keirstead

2019 College of Arts and Sciences Spring Research Symposium awards announced

May 10, 2019

More than 200 UNE undergraduate students took part in the 20th annual College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Spring Research Symposium. The symposium, held on May 3, 2019, was composed...

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...

Ali Ahmida authored a chapter in a recently released United Nations report
Ali Ahmida authored a chapter in a recently released United Nations report

Ali Ahmida authors chapter in United Nations report

February 04, 2019

Ali Ahmida, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Political Science , researched and wrote a chapter in the recently released Arab Governance Report III : Institutional Development in Post-conflict Settings...

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