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Mira D'Amato, Elizabeth DeWolfe and Jessica Olmeda at the New England Historical Association conference
Mira D'Amato, Elizabeth DeWolfe and Jessica Olmeda at the New England Historical Association conference

College of Arts and Sciences students present research at local conference

April 16, 2019

Two College of Arts and Sciences undergraduates, Mira D'Amato (English, ’19) and Jessica Olmeda (Neuroscience, ’20), recently presented original research papers at the spring conference of the New England Historical...

Noah Perlut, associate professor and department chair in the Department of Environmental Studies
Noah Perlut, associate professor and department chair in the Department of Environmental Studies

Noah Perlut and students present research at the Northeast Natural History Conference

April 16, 2019

Noah Perlut, Ph.D., associate professor and department chair in the Department of Environmental Studies , and students Maeve McGowan (Environmental Science, ’19) and Kylee DiMaggio (Environmental Science/Marine Science, ’19) recently...

Nearly twenty teams showcased their innovative prototypes during the 2019 Student Innovation Challenge
Nearly twenty teams showcased their innovative prototypes during the 2019 Student Innovation Challenge

UNE students demonstrate entrepreneurial spirit at 2019 Innovation Challenge

April 12, 2019

On Saturday, March 30, nearly 20 teams from across the University of New England showcased their working prototypes during the 2019 Student Innovation Challenge. The prototypes represent the students' ideas...

The illustration shows an arterial plaque. The yellow area is the lipid core. Blood vessels are unable to reach the center area,
The illustration shows an arterial plaque. The yellow area is the lipid core. Blood vessels are unable to reach the center area, which makes it thin and likely to rupture and reduces its ability to heal. Drawing by Oran Suta, B.F.A., adjunct professor of design and illustration.

UNE research shows failed plaque healing, rather than plaque rupture, as the major risk factor for heart attacks

March 28, 2019

A recently published study from Mark Brezinski, M.D., Ph.D., CPT, clinical professor in UNE’s College of Osteopathic Medicine , provides new evidence about the plaque that is believed to cause...

Courtney Parent and Nicole Martin recently presented research at the 90th annual Eastern Psychological Association meeting
Courtney Parent and Nicole Martin recently presented research at the 90th annual Eastern Psychological Association meeting

Psychology students present research at regional meeting in New York City

March 26, 2019

UNE students Courtney Parent (Psychology, ’19) and Nicole Martin (Psychology, ’21) recently presented research at the 90th annual Eastern Psychological Association (EPA) meeting in New York City, New York. The...

UNE students Andrew Chongaway and Alyssa Deardorff displayed their poster and gave a presentation at the NNECOS spring meeting
UNE students Andrew Chongaway and Alyssa Deardorff displayed their poster and gave a presentation at the NNECOS spring meeting

UNE Doctor of Physical Therapy students present projects at regional oncology meeting

March 26, 2019

The University of New England Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program was well represented recently at the Northern New England Clinical Oncology Society (NNECOS) spring meeting. Oncology clinicians and students...

Susan Farady, J.D., professor of marine affairs in the School of Marine Programs
Susan Farady, J.D., professor of marine affairs in the School of Marine Programs

UNE marine affairs professor Susan Farady publishes on microplastic pollution

March 18, 2019

An article by Susan Farady, J.D., assistant professor of marine affairs , titled “Microplastics as a new, ubiquitous pollutant: Strategies to anticipate management and advise seafood consumers,” was recently published...

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