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Month: October 2014

Stars AASHE

October 31, 2014

PeaceJam Event Offers A Unique Opportunity for Maine Youth

The Maine PeaceJam Chapter will hold a “PeaceJam Slam” at Unity College from 8am-5pm on November 15, 2014.


Stars AASHE

October 30, 2014

Unity College achieves sustainability ranking of GOLD by national organization

Unity is the first college in Maine, and one of five in New England to be awarded this prestigious ranking in sustainability.


October 21, 2014

Unity College Marine Biology Student Wins National Award

Kieu Tran, a marine biology major at Unity College, won the national student poster presentation award in marine biology at the Society for Advancement of Hispanics/Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS).


October 21, 2014

Unity Woodsmen Team Competes Abroad

Unity College sent two men’s and one women’s team to Fredericton, New Brunswick to compete in the 49th Annual University of New Brunswick Woodsmen Competition.


Woodsman

October 21, 2014

Unity Woodsmen Team Competes Abroad

Unity College sent two men’s and one women’s team to Fredericton, New Brunswick to compete in the 49th Annual University of New Brunswick Woodsmen Competition.


James Macdonald Detail

October 17, 2014

James Macdonald Woodwork to Exhibit at the UCCPA

“Illustration in Wood,” a showing of marquetry embellished wood designs by James Macdonald will be at the Unity College Center for Performing Arts from November 6th to December 5th.


John Fontaine

October 17, 2014

John Fontaine joins Development Team

John Fontaine joins the Development team at Unity College as a Major Gifts Officer.


October 15, 2014

What Happens When Social Capital Trumps Hierarchy in an Organization?

I ask this question only because I was recently speaking to an ex-colleague from another institution that works at an “exceptionally relational campus” (his words). After some deliberation, the core of the discussion became about the relationships and social capital for getting things done that the traditional hierarchy could not; therefore, making the Social Capital… Read more »


Unity College Bear Study

October 14, 2014

Unique Bear Study Reaches Two Year Mark

The Unity College Bear Study reaches the two year mark, releasing a report on the lives and habits of the Maine black bears they have been tracking.


October 08, 2014

Does Conflict in Change Management influence Innovation?

Ok folks, this is my first attempt at my own post on LinkedIn. So forgive me if I do not get the approach just right 🙂 I have worked in higher education for a while now, specifically in colleges that have been through transition and change. One constant that I have observed is how a… Read more »