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Jim Cavanaugh, P.T., Ph.D., professor and neurologic clinical specialist emeritus
Jim Cavanaugh, P.T., Ph.D., professor and neurologic clinical specialist emeritus, presented his research at the annual American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Combined Sections Meetings in Denver. In total, nine of 14 UNE Physical Therapy faculty attended the conference.

UNE well represented at national physical therapy conference

February 25, 2020

Nine of 14 faculty in the Department of Physical Therapy (PT) recently attended the annual American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Combined Sections Meetings in Denver, joining nearly 13,000 attendees in...

Left-to-right: Michael R. Sheldon, P.T., Ph.D. associate provost for Academic Affairs; Keith Reilly (Business, ’21), and Raja M
Left-to-right: Michael R. Sheldon, P.T., Ph.D. associate provost for Academic Affairs; Keith Reilly (Business, ’21); Raja Muthyam (Medical Biology, ’21); and Joshua W. Hamilton, Ph.D., Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Students Keith Reilly and Raja Muthyam advance to next round of ‘Greenlight Maine’

February 24, 2020

Keith Reilly ( Business , ’21), and Raja Muthyam ( Medical Biology , ’21) are the latest University of New England students to advance to the next round of the...

Jennifer Stiegler-Balfour, Ph.D.
Jennifer Stiegler-Balfour, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology, is the lead author of an article about the effects of American Psychological Association (APA)-style in-text citations on reading comprehension.

Article authored by Jennifer Stiegler-Balfour appears in Teaching of Psychology journal

February 24, 2020

Jennifer Stiegler-Balfour, Ph.D., associate professor in and coordinator of the Psychology program, is the lead author of an article about the effects of American Psychological Association (APA)-style in-text citations on...

Glenn Stevenson, Ph.D., professor of psychology, with students
Glenn Stevenson, Ph.D., professor of psychology (left), recently published research on a novel opioid analgesic in the journal Psychopharmacology. Stevenson is pictured at a recent conference with students (left-to-right) Rebecca Brackin ’19 (Neuroscience), Kylee Harrington (Neuroscience, ’20), Emily Payne ’19 (Medical Biology).

Novel opioid research by UNE’s Glenn Stevenson and former undergraduate students published in prestigious journal

February 19, 2020

Glenn Stevenson, Ph.D., professor of psychology and coordinator of the Neuroscience program , recently published a paper on the pharmacology of a novel opioid painkiller co-authored by seven former University...

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...

Students from several high schools came to UNE for the Southern Maine Brain Bee, an annual neuroscience competition
Students from several high schools came to UNE for the Southern Maine Brain Bee, an annual neuroscience competition

UNE hosts high school students for annual neuroscience competition

February 05, 2020

Twenty-three students from local high schools competed in the 2020 Southern Maine Brain Bee hosted by UNE’s Center for Excellence in the Neurosciences (CEN). Students competed in a spelling bee-like...

Noah Perlut shows WMTW's Steve Minich images captured on the GapTracks cameras
Noah Perlut shows WMTW's Steve Minich images captured on the GapTracks cameras

Noah Perlut’s GapTracks project featured on WMTW

February 04, 2020

Noah Perlut, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Environmental Studies, recently met up with WMTW anchor Steve Minich in Scarborough to discuss the GapTracks project. Perlut and students in...

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