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Social Work: Making a difference with PTSD Treatments

PTSD treatments—and hope—abound as social workers help clients. As the National Center for PTSD states, there is no single treatment that will work for everyone for post-traumatic stress disorder. So to help people experiencing PTSD, social workers engage on multiple fronts. They’re researching promising treatments and honing and adapting accepted practices for new groups and environments. They may be…

Upward trends in Health Informatics

8 Health Informatics Trends for 2017

We met up with Imran Khan,  MBA, MS, PMP, CPHIMS, FHIMSS, a faculty member for the Graduate Programs in Health Informatics, at the 2017 HIMSS conference.  Imran is a recognized leader in the Health Informatics industry, and HIMSS is the largest expo and learning conference for Health Informatics Professionals in the country. For some background…

Test tubes and beakers

Online science classes to satisfy your prerequisites

Need a couple of online science prerequisites to get into a program? UNE Online’s Science Prerequisites for Health Professions are 100% online science classes.  UNE is regionally accredited through the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). You ma y begin the class as long as you meet the prerequisites for the individual courses.  Simply log in, register for the class, pay, and begin on the…

PTSD infographic and social work

Social Work: PTSD and Trauma

Trauma can occur anywhere, for anyone—and sometimes in unexpected places. Almost anyone can suffer—and almost all can be helped. We hear a lot today about trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. A National Association of Social Workers newsletter article recently made the case for trauma as “the new public health crisis.” Some believe PTSD is…

Dr. Vicki Rusbult

Spotlight: Dr. Vicki Rusbult, UNE Online Alumna

UNE Online Alumna Dr. Vicki Rusbult fulfilled a lifelong dream last May and graduated from the College of Graduate and Professional Studies with her Ed.D. And it turns out that her dissertation wasn’t only interesting to her faculty advisor… The ‘ National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) Rural Transportation National Newsletter’ recently published a link to her full dissertation in their national newsletter. We’re so thrilled for Dr. Rusbult and…

Fireside Chat

Online Learning at UNE – what you need to know

What is UNE Online? UNE Online is the portion of the University of New England that operates out of the College of Graduate and Professional Studies (CGPS) and brings you online learning. Dr. Martha Wilson is our Dean. On our website, online.une.edu , you may also see some mentions of our nickname, OWL, which stands for Online Worldwide Learning. A…

How does an online course work at UNE Online?

What does it look like to take an online course? An online course has the same learning objectives as a traditional course but is presented online through technology. At UNE Online, courses are developed by pairing a Subject Matter Expert with an Instructional Designer to develop learning experiences that are efficient, pedagogically sound, and appealing.…

Hooding Ceremony 2017 Congratulations Graduates!

Hooding Ceremony 2017

The College of Graduate and Professional Studies congratulates the class of 2017! Each spring, the College of Graduate and Professional Studies holds a Hooding ceremony to honor doctoral and master’s graduates and celebrate the successful completion of their studies. The Hooding ceremony is not meant to replace the university-wide commencement. Rather, it is a special…

NEASC Accredited

NEASC Accredited – what it means and why it’s important

The University of New England has been continuously accredited by NEASC since 1966. Our dedication to accreditation affirms UNE’s culture of continuous reflection and assessment in our learning community as well as helping UNE set and pursue its strategic goals. About the NEASC The New England Association of Schools and Colleges Commission on Institutions of Higher Education (NEASC…