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Maine LEND trainee graduates and core leaders
Maine LEND trainee graduates and core leaders

Maine LEND celebrates graduation of latest cohort of trainees

May 20, 2019

The Maine LEND program celebrated the graduation of 11 trainees from its program on May 3. Andrew J. Imparato, executive director of the Association of University Centers on Disability (AUCD),...

Physician Assistant student Meghan Thornberg was one of several UNE presenters at the MEAPA conference
Physician Assistant student Meghan Thornberg was one of several UNE presenters at the MEAPA conference

UNE’s Interprofessional Education highlighted at physician assistant conference

May 09, 2019

Physician Assistant (PA) students recently highlighted collaborative efforts among several UNE programs during presentations at the Maine Association of Physician Assistants (MEAPA) annual conference. The students gave several presentations on...

OT students Christina McLaughlin, Emma Robidoux, Kassidy Towne and Hannah Reidman presented on sensory approaches at the Autism
OT students Christina McLaughlin, Emma Robidoux, Kassidy Towne and Hannah Reidman presented on sensory approaches at the Autism Expo.

OT students showcase their adaptive work at Autism Expo

May 09, 2019

On April 18, the Occupational Therapy program and the Maine Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) hosted an Expo event in Innovation Hall that highlighted evidence-based interventions for...

Older adults are invited to support faculty and students as they conduct research through the Legacy Scholars Program
Older adults are invited to support faculty and students as they conduct research through the Legacy Scholars Program

Legacy Scholars Program featured in 'Maine Magazine'

May 03, 2019

UNE’s Legacy Scholars Program, an initiative in which adults aged 60 and older are invited to support faculty and students as they conduct research in aging, was recently featured in...

LEND trainees Lauren Bartholomew and Aly Deardorff visit with Senator Susan Collins on Capitol Hill.
LEND trainees Lauren Bartholomew and Aly Deardorff visit with Senator Susan Collins on Capitol Hill.

UNE graduate student LEND trainees advocate for disability rights in D.C.

April 29, 2019

Seven trainees in the Maine Leadership Education for people with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) program, including five UNE graduate students, traveled to Washington, D.C., from April 7 to 10, 2019, to...

UNE student volunteers welcomed children from the Boys and Girls Club of Portland
UNE student volunteers welcomed children from the Boys and Girls Club of Portland

UNE students host children for the sixth annual Boys and Girls Club Festival

April 25, 2019

More than 50 UNE student volunteers from Applied Exercise Science; Athletic Training; Dental Hygiene; Health; Wellness and Occupational Studies; Nursing; Nutrition; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy and Social Work recently hosted nearly...

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