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“The Color of the Grave Within,” by Philip Brou, is part of the exhibit “The House of the Soul” now on display at UNE
“The Color of the Grave Within,” by Philip Brou, is part of the exhibit “The House of the Soul” now on display at the University of New England Art Gallery in Portland.

UNE’s medical-themed art exhibits focus of Press Herald feature

February 24, 2020

Two art exhibitions inspired by health and medicine currently on display at the University of New England are the focus of a recent feature in the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday...

Elizabeth DeWolfe, Ph.D.
UNE Professor of History Elizabeth DeWolfe, Ph.D., will give a presentation on The Great Turn-out of 1841, a women-led textile mill worker strike in Biddeford, at the Lithgow Public Library in Augusta on March 4.

UNE’s Elizabeth DeWolfe to share expertise on Maine’s history at bicentennial event in Augusta

February 20, 2020

An upcoming presentation on the history of Maine’s textile mills by UNE Professor of History Elizabeth DeWolfe, Ph.D., will be held at the Lithgow Public Library in Augusta as part...

Students learn industry practices in the new Occupational Therapy Lab at UNE's Portland Campus
The new Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (M.S.O.T.) Lab opened in May as an all-in-one, collaborative learning space for Occupational Therapy students.

At UNE, a dynamic space for occupational therapy education

February 20, 2020

One corner of the room boasts a bed and adjacent table — another, a tub. Along that same wall, there is a full kitchen, complete with a stove, refrigerator, and...

Anouar Majid, Ph.D., vice president for Global Affairs and director of the Center for Global Humanities
Anouar Majid, Ph.D., UNE vice president for Global Affairs, recently presented a lecture at a meeting of the Maine Association of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO).

UNE’s Anouar Majid presents lecture on Islamic, Western relations

February 19, 2020

Anouar Majid, Ph.D., vice president for Global Affairs and director of the Center for Global Humanities , recently presented a lecture at a meeting of the Maine Association of Former...

Eva Rose Balog, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry, recently published two papers related to novel protein polymer research
Eva Rose Balog, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry, recently published two papers related to novel protein polymer research.

UNE’s Eva Rose Balog publishes two papers on protein polymer research

February 17, 2020

Eva Rose Balog, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry , recently published two papers related to novel protein polymer research at the University of New England in collaboration with the University...

Jennifer Van Deusen was recently interviewed by WMTW about alternatives to opioids
Jennifer Van Deusen was recently interviewed by WMTW about alternatives to opioids

Jennifer Van Deusen discusses alternatives to opioids on WMTW

February 17, 2020

About one in five Americans suffer from chronic pain, making it one of the most common reasons people seek medical care. For years, doctors relied heavily on opioids for treatment...

Artist and advocate Patrisha McLean at UNE on Feb. 10, 2020
Artist and advocate Patrisha McLean told her story about escaping an abusive relationship at an event held at the University of New England on Feb. 10, in association with her exhibit "Finding Our Voices," on display in Biddeford through February.

UNE hosts artist Patrisha McLean for discussion about domestic violence prevention

February 14, 2020

Artist Patrisha McLean never asked to be in the public eye, but when her husband — Don McLean of “American Pie” stardom — was arrested on domestic abuse charges in...

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