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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...

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Anne-Marie Davee, M.S., RDN, LN, assistant clinical professor in the Westbrook College of Health Professions, says a colorful diet stocked with pantry staples is essential to maintaining nutritional health during a disease outbreak.

Eating well in uncertain times: What and how to eat when you are stuck at home

March 31, 2020

There is a lot we cannot control these days. As the coronavirus pandemic continues, communities have closed bars and restaurants, effected shelter-in-place orders, and mandated travel only be made for...

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...

Eric Cressey graduated from UNE in 2003 with a double major in Exercise Science and Sports and Fitness Management
Eric Cressey graduated from UNE in 2003 with a double major in Exercise Science and Sports and Fitness Management

UNE alum named director of health and performance for the New York Yankees

February 25, 2020

After a record setting season of injuries, management of the New York Yankees knew they had to take a different approach when it comes to strength and conditioning for their...

Jim Cavanaugh, P.T., Ph.D., professor and neurologic clinical specialist emeritus
Jim Cavanaugh, P.T., Ph.D., professor and neurologic clinical specialist emeritus, presented his research at the annual American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Combined Sections Meetings in Denver. In total, nine of 14 UNE Physical Therapy faculty attended the conference.

UNE well represented at national physical therapy conference

February 25, 2020

Nine of 14 faculty in the Department of Physical Therapy (PT) recently attended the annual American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Combined Sections Meetings in Denver, joining nearly 13,000 attendees in...

Students learn industry practices in the new Occupational Therapy Lab at UNE's Portland Campus
The new Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (M.S.O.T.) Lab opened in May as an all-in-one, collaborative learning space for Occupational Therapy students.

At UNE, a dynamic space for occupational therapy education

February 20, 2020

One corner of the room boasts a bed and adjacent table — another, a tub. Along that same wall, there is a full kitchen, complete with a stove, refrigerator, and...

Glenn Stevenson, Ph.D., professor of psychology, with students
Glenn Stevenson, Ph.D., professor of psychology (left), recently published research on a novel opioid analgesic in the journal Psychopharmacology. Stevenson is pictured at a recent conference with students (left-to-right) Rebecca Brackin ’19 (Neuroscience), Kylee Harrington (Neuroscience, ’20), Emily Payne ’19 (Medical Biology).

Novel opioid research by UNE’s Glenn Stevenson and former undergraduate students published in prestigious journal

February 19, 2020

Glenn Stevenson, Ph.D., professor of psychology and coordinator of the Neuroscience program , recently published a paper on the pharmacology of a novel opioid painkiller co-authored by seven former University...

Artist and advocate Patrisha McLean at UNE on Feb. 10, 2020
Artist and advocate Patrisha McLean told her story about escaping an abusive relationship at an event held at the University of New England on Feb. 10, in association with her exhibit "Finding Our Voices," on display in Biddeford through February.

UNE hosts artist Patrisha McLean for discussion about domestic violence prevention

February 14, 2020

Artist Patrisha McLean never asked to be in the public eye, but when her husband — Don McLean of “American Pie” stardom — was arrested on domestic abuse charges in...

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