University of New England - Innovation for a Healthier Planet

Tenacious Exhibit at the Portland Gallery

Tenacious Opening Reception

February 10, 2023

4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Portland Campus Art Gallery

Featuring work by James Graham, Karen Jelenfy, James Bradley Marshall, and Ian Trask, “Tenacious” focuses on non-objective abstraction as a generative visual language.  The artwork is contextualized through process, with themes of aging, chronic illness, mental health, and the artist’s response to these challenges through the activity of artmaking.    “The work in Tenacious responds to our ever-changing world, […]

Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Inspiring Change

We invite you to contemplate how you might make change in your communities in rememberance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. King’s legacy continues to inspire and motivate change makers because he calls on us to find a cause to which we are willing to dedicate our lives. He dedicated his life to racial […]

Data Management & Sharing; How to comply with the NIH Change

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) have issued a Data Mangement and Sharing Policy, effective January 25, 2023. The purpose of this policy is to promote the sharing of scientific data in order to provide robust public access to research, and follow FAIR principles. It is part of an effort by NIH to improve the […]

Books (old and new) that we loved in 2022

We’ve been busy reading this year and would like to pass along a few of our favorite titles: Recommendations from UNE’s Library Services staff Cadence Atchinson: Clair Keegan’s Small Things Like These was shortlisted for the Booker prize and won the Orwell prize for political fiction in 2022. It feels like a classic Christmas tale but is also […]

DEI Resources for our Community

Whether you are looking for articles on health disparities, hoping to find a good novel that features diverse characters, or are just starting to think about DEI issues, we have resources for you. Our DEI resource site is a place to begin exploring diversity, equity and inclusion in all of its complexities. The materials available on our […]

Introducing Bendable Maine

We are very excited about Maine’s new lifelong learning platform Bendable Maine. The Maine State Library has curated content tailored to the interests of, and in many cases created by, Maine residents. Includes resources for learning hundreds of languages, technology, cooking, crafts, local history and ecology, personal finance and more. A few examples of the […]

The Sandra and Bernard Featherman University Archives

We are very excited to announce the creation of the Sandra and Bernard Featherman University Archives with a very generous gift from the family of President Sandra Featherman. The Featherman archives aims to preserve and document UNE’s rich and unique past as well as its continued evolution. The Featherman Archives houses materials from UNE’s legacy […]

Your Vote 2022

Election Day is November 8, 2022. In Maine this year there will be a Governor election; US House, State Senate and State House elections; municipal government elections; and local ballot measures. Read more about these issues on Ballotpedia. Voting is a great privilege and come with some responsibilities. Make sure you are registered, know how […]

Donna M. Loring Lecture Recording

Did you miss the annual Donna M. Loring Lecture? A recording of One Nation, Under Fraud: A Remonstrance is now publically available on YouTube.

Library Lunch & Learn Series

Refine your research skills and learn professional-level tips and tricks for getting the most of our library resources. Bring your lunch and your laptop for these hands-on workshops led by Research and Teaching Librarians. If you are unable to attend, we invite you to schedule a time for an individual session. We are happy to visit your […]