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Featured News

A metal sign against a brick wall reads "University of New England"
"Doing Our Part" represents a transformational moment for UNE, in which strategic, student-centric investments in programs and infrastructure will enable the University to reimagine its campuses and the student experience. We're Doing Our Part to educate more health care professionals for Maine; establish new, high-demand undergraduate and graduate programs and majors; expand scientific research capacity; and increase scholarships for all students to benefit from a UNE education.

UNE in the News

UNE's Regi Robnett contributes to NYT piece evaluating best home stability bars
College of Business' Oak McCoy discusses ramifications of auto union strike
Professor Stephen Burt's latest art show earns rave review

Student News

Students evaluate x-rays in the human body donor lab
The innovative master’s program is designed to provide students with a deep understanding of human anatomy, emphasizing clinical applications to meet the evolving needs of health care professionals. Housed in UNE's College of Osteopathic Medicine, the M.S. in Clinical Anatomy incorporates existing medical curriculum and newly developed learning experiences to prepare students for rewarding careers in research or medical education as they work alongside their peers in UNE's premier Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine program.

Faculty and Professional Staff News

Eva Balog at BIO-SENS event
At a recent symposium hosted by the University of New England, researchers, students, and industry representatives addressed current advancements and solutions to biosensor technology quality control.

Featured Video

Researching Models for Stress in Zebrafish

Students are using Zebrafish to study and research models for post-traumatic stress disorder. The interdisciplinary lab course is part of UNE's Neuroscience degree program and serves as an elective for the Animal Behavior degree program and for students studying Psychology at UNE.

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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