The School of Community and Population Health is dedicated to advancing public health knowledge and practice in rural and global communities through innovative education, training, research, capacity building and service.
We collaborate with other departments at UNE as well as with local, state, national and global organizations on chronic disease research, program evaluation, community health assessments and health policy research.
We offer an online master's degree program in Public Health, and an online graduate certificate program in Public Health. Whether you are a working professional or a traditional student, the distance education format of these programs makes them accessible to you anywhere there is a computer with internet access. In both programs you work with faculty who are experienced public health practitioners, researchers and educators, actively engaging in online discussions, email exchanges, and group projects that involve other students.
The School of Community and Population Health consists of the following divisions: Graduate Education, Training and Practice, and Research and Evaluation.
Ivan G. Most, Sc.D., P.E., adjunct associate professor for the School of Community and Population Health, recently presented at the Teaching Professor Technology Conference in...
Ron Deprez serves as faculty for the Hanley Center for Health Leadership Physician Executive Leadership Program
Ron Deprez, Ph.D., M.P.H., director of Research Programs for the School of Community and Population Health (SCHP), recently served as faculty for the Hanley Center...
UNE’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) team conducted a two-day training at the Sugarloaf Hotel and Conference Center in Carrabassett Valley on September 16...
Lecture Annual David Hume Lecture on Human Nature
Dorothy Roberts, J.D.,