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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...

Assistant Clinical Professor Collyn Baeder (left) and Kassidy Towne '18 present at the 2018 HWOS Day of Scholarship.
Assistant Clinical Professor Collyn Baeder (left) and Kassidy Towne '18 present at the 2018 HWOS Day of Scholarship.

UNE students research impact of holistic health program at community day center

August 27, 2018

As part of an internship course in the spring semester of 2018, Health, Wellness, & Occupational Studies (HWOS) alumni Kassidy Towne '18 and Laurie Atkinson '18 led a pilot research...

UNE’s delegation to the Maine North Atlantic and Arctic Collaborative Showcase
UNE’s delegation to the Maine North Atlantic and Arctic Collaborative Showcase

UNE students and faculty share research at Collaborative Arctic Showcase

April 19, 2018

UNE’s broad research interests and strengths were on display at a collaborative showcase organized and hosted by the Maine North Atlantic and Arctic Education Consortium. Eleven UNE undergraduate and graduate...

L-R: Glenn Stevenson, Emily Payne, Rebecca Brackin, Kylee Harrington, Philomena Richard, Sarah Couture
L-R: Glenn Stevenson, Emily Payne, Rebecca Brackin, Kylee Harrington, Philomena Richard, Sarah Couture

Students in Stevenson Lab publish in prestigious pharmacology journal

April 13, 2018

Students in the laboratory of Glenn Stevenson, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Psychology, in collaboration with Kenner Rice, Ph.D., director, Drug Design and Synthesis, Molecular Targets/Medications Branch at...

Ariella Danziger shows off the plankton suction device prototype. The Flowcam, which she uses to examine her plankton samples,
Ariella Danziger shows off the plankton suction device prototype. The Flowcam, which she uses to examine her plankton samples, can be seen over her shoulder.

The Invention of Ariella Danziger: A Marine Scientist’s Evolution

February 28, 2018

For the vast majority of us living on the coast of Maine, taking a dip in the summertime doesn’t involve pristine waters and chlorinated pools. Cooling it in the hot...

Rick Peterson (left of center table) and one of his Kenyan co-authors Peter Nyabua (center table, right) conduct a focus group w
Rick Peterson (left of center table) and one of his Kenyan co-authors Peter Nyabua (center table, right) conduct a focus group with Katuk Odeyo Gully Rehabilitation Trust members. Photo taken by Dr. Raphael Kapiyo, the second Kenyan co-author.

UNE’s environmental studies chair Rick Peterson, Emily Campbell ’13 and Kenyan colleagues publish on gully rehabilitation trusts in western Kenya

January 18, 2018

UNE Associate Professor Richard Peterson, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Environmental Studies, published an article in the February 2018 issue of the Journal of Rural Studies . Titled "Gully...

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