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2022 was one for the books. The stories we uncovered this year showcased a University community committed to bettering its world through groundbreaking research; freedom of expression; innovation in the health sciences, business, and humanities; and policy, advocacy, and global ideals. As we move onward to another year, we wanted to showcase some of our favorite and most impactful stories from the year. We’re proud to present UNE Wrapped: The Stories That Defined The Year.

UNE in the News

COM groundbreaking featured in prominent interprofessional education magazine
More coverage on UNE-affiliated glacier loss study
Prospective PA student featured on News Center Maine

Student News

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Portrait of Rhetta Vega against the walls of the UNE Art Gallery
Public Health student Rhetta Vega recently published a resource on the importance of cultural humility for prevention specialists in health care, focusing specifically on Hispanic, Latino, and Latinx populations. The goal? To health care providers acknowledge one’s own biases and openness to understanding of their patient's cultural identities when discussing substance misuse and addiction.

Faculty and Professional Staff News

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Stiegler Balfour
Jennifer Stiegler-Balfour, Ph.D., associate professor and assistant academic director in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, has received an Excellence in Service Award from the American Psychological Association, the largest scientific and professional organization of psychologists in the United States, with over 133,000 members, including scientists, educators, clinicians, consultants, and students.

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Sustainability and Business: UNE Student Internship at the Nonantum Resort

Meet Kate Lindmark (Sustainability and Business, ’23), who recently interned as a sustainability intern at the Nonantum Resort in Kennebunkport. UNE's Sustainability and Business program gives students the interdisciplinary perspective to objectively view business as a tool for environmental and social good. Through a highly collaborative curriculum, students discover how to bring together environmental, social, and financial concepts as they work together to create a more sustainable world.

UNE Magazine

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Cover for the 2022 U N E Magazine

Rising inflation, political polarization, and economic disparity; the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic and the war in Ukraine; and continued emergence of social justice issues. As society becomes increasingly chaotic and divided, UNE faculty, administration, and professional staff must answer the question, “How do we prepare students to succeed in a fractured society?”

That topic, with all its many challenges and creative solutions, is the focus of the brand new 2022 UNE Magazine. You'll also meet some of our marine science students, attend a climate-change conference, tour our newest building (in progress), and journey to Bangladesh — plus hockey, Homecoming, and more.

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