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Ram Island comprises one-acre of pristine land located two miles off-shore
Ram Island comprises one-acre of pristine land located two miles off-shore

Grant helps fund Ram Island research opportunities for students

January 08, 2019

A $7,000 grant awarded to the School of Marine Programs from the Morton Kelly Charitable Trust will help launch a long-term, student-led island ecosystem monitoring project on Ram Island. Students...

Carrie Byron recently discussed the potential impacts of Japan returning to commercial whale hunting with WCSH
Carrie Byron recently discussed the potential impacts of Japan returning to commercial whale hunting with WCSH

The impacts of Japan’s new rules on commercial whale hunting

January 03, 2019

Government officials in Japan announced the country will leave the International Whaling Commission and return to commercial whale hunting in July 2019. Carrie Byron, Ph.D., assistant professor in the School...

UNE social work student Glenn Simpson unveiled his recovery puzzle at the Southern Maine Harm Reduction Conference
UNE social work student Glenn Simpson unveiled his recovery puzzle at the Southern Maine Harm Reduction Conference

Artwork tells the story of recovery, one puzzle piece at a time

January 02, 2019

UNE student Glenn Simpson is working to earn a master’s degree in social work. A unique art project he is creating as part of his coursework is gaining attention. “Pieces...

Marilyn Gugliucci accepts the Katherine Pope Leadership Award from Hospice of Southern Maine
Marilyn Gugliucci accepts the Katherine Pope Leadership Award from Hospice of Southern Maine

Marilyn Gugliucci recognized for advancing the work of hospice

January 02, 2019

Marilyn R. Gugliucci, Ph.D., professor and director of Geriatrics Education and Research in UNE’s College of Osteopathic Medicine , recently accepted the Katherine Pope Leadership Award from Hospice of Southern...

 Carol Ewan Whyte launched the service cord initiative
Carol Ewan Whyte launched the service cord initiative

New graduation cord being offered to GPPH students for their service work

December 20, 2018

The Graduate Programs in Public Health (GPPH) will begin recognizing students’ contributions to their community and their profession through their volunteer service work by presenting them with graduation cords. Cords...

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