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In addition to being covered in the news both locally and nationally, UNE COM publishes The COMmunicator, a quarterly e-newsletter. It provides the digital means to communicate our commitment to the ever-growing field of Osteopathic Medicine, in the areas of research, community involvement, leadership, and engagement with students, faculty, staff, alumni, and beyond. If you would like to be added to the newsletter mailing list, contact Marly Solebello at msolebello@une.edu.

A group of students from the University of New England have formed the Maine COVID Sitters in an effort to fill gaps in child ca
A group of students from the University of New England have formed the Maine COVID Sitters in an effort to fill gaps in child care for front-line health care workers responding to the coronavirus pandemic.

Maine COVID Sitters easing child care burden for front-line health workers

April 03, 2020

As more and more doctors, nurses, primary care physicians, and others get called to work in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, many have found it increasingly difficult to find...

Marilyn Gugliucci
Marilyn Gugliucci, M.A., Ph.D., professor and director of Geriatrics Research has co-authored the foreword of the latest issue of Gerontology and Geriatrics Education with Shirley Weaver, M.A., Ph.D., Geriatrics Education Mentor program consultant.

UNE’s Marilyn Gugliucci co-writes journal introduction advocating for age-friendly health professions curriculum

April 03, 2020

Marilyn R. Gugliucci, M.A., Ph.D., professor and director of Geriatrics Research within the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine (UNE COM), has co-authored the foreword of the latest...

FedCap Biddeford Site Manager Sianeh Omeze presents UNE with the Education Partner Award, accepted by Ian Imbert, M.P.H.
FedCap Biddeford Site Manager Sianeh Omeze presents UNE with the Education Partner Award, accepted by Ian Imbert, M.P.H.

UNE receives Education Partner Award from FedCap Rehabilitation Services

April 01, 2020

FedCap Rehabilitation Services in Biddeford has recognized the University of New England for its commitment to providing health education lessons to people seeking employment and economic wellbeing. FedCap, a program...

Hannah LeBlanc
UNE U-ExCEL Fitness Specialist Hannah LeBlanc has taken her workout classes with residents at Piper Shores Lifecare Retirement Community entirely online amid the outbreak of COVID-19.

UNE ‘excels’ in providing workout services for older adults

March 30, 2020

In a typical work week, Hannah LeBlanc, B.S., makes daily trips to the Piper Shores Lifecare Retirement Community in Scarborough where, as a fitness specialist with the University of New...

Meghan May, Ph.D., UNE professor of microbiology, hunkers down at home to work. With a little help from dog Rosie, she provides
Meghan May, Ph.D., UNE professor of microbiology, hunkers down at home to work. With a little help from dog Rosie, she provides her expert insights about the novel coronavirus.

COVID-19 Q and A: UNE’s Professor of Microbiology Discusses the Virus that Caused a Pandemic

March 26, 2020

For an expert’s view on the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, UNE’s Office of Communications recently consulted by phone with our very own professor microbiology, Meghan May, Ph.D. With degrees in microbiology,...

Susan Wehry, M.D.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, UNE Chief of Geriatrics Susan Wehry, M.D., says connectedness, in addition to healthy diet and exercise, is key for seniors self-isolating from the virus.

As virus spreads, UNE's Susan Wehry says connectedness necessary for seniors in isolation

March 23, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has presented challenges for people across the entire planet, and older adults are particularly at risk. That is because the virus and the deadly respiratory disease it...

The team comprised of students Adrian Hale, Sarah Barbay, Bethany Gruskin, and Dahne Yaitanes captured first place
The team comprised of students Adrian Hale, Sarah Barbay, Bethany Gruskin, and Dahne Yaitanes captured first place

Students from eight different UNE programs participate in CLARION competition

March 13, 2020

Nearly 60 UNE health professions students, from eight different programs, recently participated in the CLARION Case Competition, a student-driven national initiative originating from the University of Minnesota that is dedicated...

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U.S. News & World Report

The College of Osteopathic Medicine has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report for its national leadership in primary care training and rural medicine.