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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...

Amy Coha, clinical professor in UNE’s School of Social Work presents at the first training session
Amy Coha, clinical professor in UNE’s School of Social Work presents at the first training session

UNE and USM team up to provide domestic violence training for social workers

November 27, 2019

The Schools of Social Work at The University of New England and the University of Southern Maine have teamed up to provide intimate partner violence/domestic violence training for social workers...

One of the grants will study the impact of interprofessional education  on post-graduation collaborative workplace practice
One of the grants will study the impact of interprofessional education on post-graduation collaborative workplace practice

Mini-grants awarded to faculty by the Office of Research and Scholarship

November 08, 2019

The Office of Research and Scholarship has awarded four mini-grants across three different colleges. Kathleen Becker, Ph.D., assistant professor in the College of Osteopathic Medicine, has been awarded a mini-grant...

Some members of the Harm Reduction Conference planning team. Back row (l-r): Ian Imbert, M.P.H., and Micaela Maynard, M.Ed., fro
Some members of the Harm Reduction Conference planning team. Back row (l-r): Ian Imbert, M.P.H., and Micaela Maynard, M.Ed., from the Center for Excellence in Health Innovation; Associate Dean Sally McCormack Tutt, D.P.T., M.P.H, Ed.D.; Zoe Brokos from City of Portland Public Health Division; Kris Hall, M.F.A., IPEC program manager. Front row (l-r): Elizabeth Mann R.N., M.S.N., P.H.N.A., clinical educator; and IPEC staff assistant Michelle Cote, B.A.

UNE hosts Maine Harm Reduction Conference

October 11, 2019

The University of New England’s Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) grant , in partnership with Portland Public Health Division, held a Maine Harm Reduction Conference on October...

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