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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...

UNE hosts Southern Maine Harm Reduction Conference

UNE hosts Southern Maine Harm Reduction Conference

December 05, 2018

The University of New England joined the City of Portland Public Health Division in bringing hundreds of students, faculty members, health care providers and advocates together for the Southern Maine...

Kat Brandt and Clay Graybeal with one of their research collaborators, Brian DeSantis
Kat Brandt and Clay Graybeal with one of their research collaborators, Brian DeSantis, at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association conference

Improving patient care through better through better patient feedback

November 01, 2018

Two faculty members from the UNE School of Social Work and College of Osteopathic Medicine are collaborating with a group of researchers from around the country on a project aimed...

Clay Graybeal being interviewed about his latest play by 207's Amanda Hill
Clay Graybeal being interviewed about his latest play by 207's Amanda Hill

UNE's Clay Graybeal appears on ‘207’ to discuss his latest play

October 08, 2018

SEAL is a thrilling play based on a young, male patient with whom social work Professor Clay Graybeal, Ph.D., worked at a psychiatric facility. The play was recently featured on...

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