We are pleased to announce that Interim Dean of Library Services Elizabeth Dyer has been appointed to the Dean position, replacing Dean Emeritus Andrew Golub, who retired in May of 2020. Beth holds a Master’s of Library and Information Sciences degree from the University of South Carolina and a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University. She is […]
Find recommended books, articles, websites & films to help understand the Asian American experience and the history and current impact of anti-Asian discrimination in this country in the Community Equity & Diversity Resources Initiative website. The resources here are crowd soured – please send along further suggestions.
Speculative Histories & Material Culture
March 19, 2021 - June 13, 2021
Portland Campus Art Gallery
Now open for the UNE Community at the Portland Campus Art Gallery, this new exhibit features historical African masks from the collection of Oscar Mokeme in juxtaposition with site-specific installation by Asata Radcliffe. Learn more.
UNE’s Amy Litterini publishes book on rehabilitation in life-threatening illness with the goal to assist clinicians and fitness professionals in developing the critical skills necessary for caring for individuals experiencing life-limiting conditions and facing challenges at the end of life. See a complete list of UNE Faculty publications and award announcements in the Research & […]
Persephone in the Late Anthropocene
January 29, 2021 - May 14, 2021
Biddeford Campus Art Gallery
Now on exhibit at the Biddeford Campus Art Gallery, Persephone in the Late Anthropocene is a response by three visual artists to a poetry volume of the same name by Megan Grumbling, which presents a sequel to the Persephone myth and sets it in the age of climate crisis. Poet and artists reflect on the imagery and experience of climate […]
In response to an outpouring of requests from students, faculty, and professional staff, the Office of Community, Equity, and Diversity, in collaboration with the University of New England Library Services, is happy to present the Community, Equity, and Diversity Library Resource Initiative (CEDLRI). The CEDLRI is an effort to provide the UNE community with resources […]
St. Francis alum James L. Pierce recently detailed his experience of the college’s 1964 Symposium on Human Rights. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Bayard Rustin, and other civil rights leaders were invited to speak on campus for a 2 day event entitled “I Have a Dream: The Negro and the American Quest for Identity.” Read […]
We can help with those last papers and assignments as you finish the semester from home! Contact a librarian for help with finding and evaluating sources, citations and more. Resources for Remote Learning We have millions of book, journal and film titles, as well as research databases, available online. Search here for electronic resources you […]
Studiolab is an ongoing series of remote studio visits hosted by the UNE Art Gallery. We highlight the studio practices of artists in our community, whose interdisciplinary work intersects with the sciences and other field. Andy Rosen Our first video features UNE faculty member Andy Rosen. Andy is an artist who has gained recognition through […]
If you were not able to view the annual Donna M. Loring Lecture Racial Health Disparities and COVID-19 in Maine: Shining Light on Systemic Inequality, sponsored by UNE’s Maine Women Writer’s Collection, a recording is now available in DUNE:Digital UNE. The annual Donna M. Loring Lecture addresses current or historic Native American or aboriginal issues, indigenous […]