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In addition to her award, Sonia Marcello was among five UNE COM students from the Class of 2020 who gave presentations
In addition to her award, Sonia Marcello was among five UNE COM students from the Class of 2020 who gave presentations at the American Geriatrics Society annual meeting

UNE medical student wins prestigious national award from American Geriatrics Society

May 30, 2018

University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine student Sonia Marcello (COM, ’20), was honored at this year’s American Geriatrics Society meeting for her extensive work across geriatrics education, research...

UNE’s delegation to the Maine North Atlantic and Arctic Collaborative Showcase
UNE’s delegation to the Maine North Atlantic and Arctic Collaborative Showcase

UNE students and faculty share research at Collaborative Arctic Showcase

April 19, 2018

UNE’s broad research interests and strengths were on display at a collaborative showcase organized and hosted by the Maine North Atlantic and Arctic Education Consortium. Eleven UNE undergraduate and graduate...

English Professor Cathrine O. Frank contributed an essay titled "Narrative and Law" to the newly published book Law and Literatu
English Professor Cathrine O. Frank contributed an essay titled "Narrative and Law" to the newly published book 'Law and Literature,' edited by Kieran Dolin.

Cathrine O. Frank contributes to new book on Law and Literature

April 16, 2018

Cathrine O. Frank, Ph.D., professor of English, recently published “Narrative and Law,” an essay on the relationship between storytelling and legal representation, in the book Law and Literature (Cambridge University...

model from Pardue, K.T.; Young, P.K.; Horton-Deutsch, S.; Halstead, J., Pearsall, C. (2018). Becoming a nurse faculty leader:
model from Pardue, K.T.; Young, P.K.; Horton-Deutsch, S.; Halstead, J., Pearsall, C. (2018). Becoming a nurse faculty leader: Taking risks by being willing to fail. Nursing Forum. https://doi.org/10.1111/nuf.12244

Karen Pardue co-authors series of papers on leadership in nursing and higher ed

April 13, 2018

Karen Pardue, Ph.D., RN, CNE, ANEF, interim dean of the College of Westbrook Health Professions and professor in the Department of Nursing, recently published her fifth paper as the lead...

L-R: Glenn Stevenson, Emily Payne, Rebecca Brackin, Kylee Harrington, Philomena Richard, Sarah Couture
L-R: Glenn Stevenson, Emily Payne, Rebecca Brackin, Kylee Harrington, Philomena Richard, Sarah Couture

Students in Stevenson Lab publish in prestigious pharmacology journal

April 13, 2018

Students in the laboratory of Glenn Stevenson, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Psychology, in collaboration with Kenner Rice, Ph.D., director, Drug Design and Synthesis, Molecular Targets/Medications Branch at...

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