Sharing the UNE Story
There are two stories behind every gift: the first from our donors when they decide to make a gift, and the second from the grateful UNE students describing the impact these gifts have on their academic careers.
We invite you to share your story with us, and give today’s students the opportunity to write their story.
My summer research project on the effect of endocrine-disrupting chemicals on the behavior of threespine sticklebacks has given me the opportunity to show that I can not only do research, but excel at it, too — experience I will need for my application to a PhD program next fall.
Brennah Campbell ’15
Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) Green Foundation Grant recipient,
Psychology major with a minor in Philosophy
The Doctors for Maine’s Future Scholarship has literally taken years off the repayment period for my medical school loans, which has truly opened career doors I may not have considered otherwise. The scholarship has really confirmed my desire to practice in Maine, and I cannot begin to fully express my gratitude to those whose contributions have made this possible.
Andrew Vetters ’19
College of Osteopathic Medicine,
Doctors for Maine’s Future Scholarship recipient
Playing field hockey at the collegiate level has equipped me with many life skills that will be advantageous to me as I enter the professional world. I am truly grateful lfor all of the wonderful relationships I’ve built, as well as the memories I’ve made at the University of New England.
Brooke Marshall ’17
National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Scholar of Distinction Award
Applied Exercise Science major, with a minor in Nutrition