Panel Interprofessional Education Collaborative
SNAP-Ed is a federal nutrition education and obesity prevention program that collaborates with local community coalitions to provide public health, nutrition, physical activity, obesity and chronic disease prevention expertise statewide. Evidence-based strategies and interventions are used to train SNAP recipients and change the nutritional landscape in schools, food pantries, child care settings, public health centers, public housing sites, grocery stores and farmers markets.
Portland Campus: Light lunch will be served
Biddeford Campus: Light snacks will be available; all welcome to bring your lunch from the nearby Commons Caf.
Attendance can be applied to the Interprofessional Honors Distinction or CUP.
NEED DIRECTIONS TO UNE PORTLAND CAMPUS?
Driving to Bishop St. Parking/Shuttle to Campus:
UNE operates a shuttle bus* continually between Portland Campus and the Bishop St. Extension Lot (in Portland), Mon-Fri, 7 a.m.–7 p.m. Wait time: Fewer than 10 minutes.
From Warren Ave: Turn onto Bishop St. (about ¼ mile from the intersection of Warren Ave. and Forest Ave.)
From Forest Ave or Stevens Ave: Please note you cannot turn left onto Bishop St. from Stevens Ave. or Forest Ave. going north. Proceed to the intersection at Warren Ave. and turn left. Bishop St. is about ¼ mile down Warren Ave.
*The shuttle bus that transports to Portland Campus from the Ext. Lot is a small, unmarked bus. The larger, UNE-branded bus transports passengers back to Biddeford Campus. Please ask Bus Driver to confirm if you are unsure.
Parking Map (Bishop St. Lot is #11): https://www.une.edu/pdfs/portland-campus-map
Intercampus Shuttle from Biddeford Campus: https://www.une.edu/shuttle