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Featured News

Students conduct cost-benefit analysis on a whiteboard
The College of Business will leverage relationships between UNE’s established business programs with other programs and colleges across the University to cement UNE's status as a leader in the fields of business and entrepreneurship.

UNE in the News

MSC's Lindsay Forrette discusses rare orange lobster with CBC Radio
Kathryn Brandt's discussion about health risks of Canadian fire smoke re-airs
Shark buoy deployment garners more coverage

Student News

Portrait of Fajar Alam
Fajar Alam (D.O., ’25) recently led a virtual poster presentation on behalf of the Maine Area Health Education Center discussing the center's initiatives to bring together UNE health professions students and New Mainer youth to learn more about careers in health care.

Faculty and Professional Staff News

Hundreds of school counselors and education professionals will come to UNE's Biddeford Campus for the NEACAC conference
Moody’s Investors Service has upgraded the University's credit rating from A3 to A2 with a “stable” financial outlook, citing numerous factors including “exceptional budget discipline" as well as consistent student desire for high-demand programs, strong debt affordability, market distinction among academic programs, and strong brand identity and strategic positioning.

Featured Video

The Cross-Cultural Health Immersion to Ghana

The University of New England's cross-cultural health immersion to Ghana integrates western health practices with folk medicine that is integral in providing culturally competent health care to all groups. UNE students from all health professions programs are invited to participate in this interprofessional learning experience, where they will develop, implement, and evaluate health education curricula relevant to the population need.

UNE Magazine

Cover for the 2022 U N E Magazine

Rising inflation, political polarization, and economic disparity; the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic and the war in Ukraine; and continued emergence of social justice issues. As society becomes increasingly chaotic and divided, UNE faculty, administration, and professional staff must answer the question, “How do we prepare students to succeed in a fractured society?”

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