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Students from a Global Citizenship class spent their spring break helping others in Mexico
Students from a Global Citizenship class spent their spring break helping others in Mexico

UNE students spend spring break helping others in Mexico

May 10, 2019

Fifteen UNE students recently spent nine days helping others in two communities in Mexico as part of their Global Citizenship class. The first few days were spent in Cuernavaca, an...

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...

This year’s Deborah Morton Society Awards recipients (L-R): Susan Corbett, Elizabeth McLellan and ZamZam Mohamud
This year’s Deborah Morton Society Awards recipients (L-R): Susan Corbett, Elizabeth McLellan and ZamZam Mohamud

UNE Presents Deborah Morton Award to three Maine women of achievement

May 09, 2019

The 58th Annual Deborah Morton Society Convocation and Awards Ceremony continues the University of New England’s tradition of honoring and celebrating the accomplishments of outstanding Maine women. The event, which...

A UNE-led team of volunteers cleared 500 pounds of trash off the beach in Old Orchard Beach
A UNE-led team of volunteers cleared 500 pounds of trash off the beach in Old Orchard Beach

UNE-led cleanup of Old Orchard Beach nets 500 pounds of trash

May 07, 2019

More than 140 volunteers, led by Kiara Ann Frischkorn (Marine Science, ’22), recently spread out across Old Orchard Beach to collect trash. “The importance of these cleanups, besides getting trash...

New mobile dental equipment will allow more Interprofessional Education for students from different UNE programs
New mobile dental equipment will allow more Interprofessional Education for students from different UNE programs

Grant funded mobile dental equipment helps students perform more services

May 04, 2019

A grant from the Sadie and Harry Davis Foundation has allowed the Department of Dental Hygiene to purchase mobile equipment for use in community settings. The new equipment will allow...

UNE student Kailee Williams works on a patient as Dr. Audra Boynton looks on
UNE student Kailee Williams works on a patient as Dr. Audra Boynton looks on

College of Dental Medicine helping to ease Maine’s dentist shortage

May 03, 2019

Last year 63 students graduated from UNE’s College of Dental Medicine (CDM). Thirty-five of those graduates stayed in New England to practice, including 18 who remained in Maine. "Ten years...

Older adults are invited to support faculty and students as they conduct research through the Legacy Scholars Program
Older adults are invited to support faculty and students as they conduct research through the Legacy Scholars Program

Legacy Scholars Program featured in 'Maine Magazine'

May 03, 2019

UNE’s Legacy Scholars Program, an initiative in which adults aged 60 and older are invited to support faculty and students as they conduct research in aging, was recently featured in...

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