U.S. News & World Report Online Programs Grad Education 2017

U.S. News & World Report Recognition for Online Graduate Education

UNE Online is thrilled to share that we’ve been named one of the top 100 Online Programs in Graduate Education by U.S. News & World Report in their 2017 Rankings. The Online Graduate Education Programs at the University of New England are dedicated to advancing and developing reflective and resourceful teachers and school leaders who are…

Lucas Good, Enrollment Counselor

Meet Our Team: Lucas Good

Lucas Good is an Enrollment Counselor for our  advanced degree programs in Education here at UNE Online. Lucas not only studied elementary education, but is also a certified teacher. So if anyone knows what it’s like to be a teacher and apply to one of our Education programs, it’s Lucas. He also loves pizza, ice cream and the ocean. At…

Lending a helping hand with an online science prerequisite course

Science Prerequisites for Health Professions Courses – What Makes These Courses Unique?

UNE Online offers many great degrees and certificate programs; however, did you know that we also offer individual science prerequisite courses? From Microbiology to General Chemistry, these courses can be taken anywhere in the world! Students who enroll in our science prerequisite courses are typically students who wish to enter a health professions program but need one or…

Tyler Blankenship, Master of Science in Applied Nutrition Student

Student Spotlight: Tyler Blankenship – Applied Nutrition Program

Tyler Blankenship, Dietetic Technician, Registered (DTR), from Orlando, Florida, is a student in the Master of Science in Applied Nutrition program. Tyler’s background includes working as a chef at Walt Disney World, as a restaurant nutritionist at Sea World and also in nutrition management at a long term care facility. From Chef to Dietary Management…

Laura Rosales, RN - Master's in Applied Nutrition Student

Student Spotlight: Laura Rosales – Applied Nutrition Program

Laura Rosales, R.D. is a Master of Science in Applied Nutrition (MSAN) student from El Paso, Texas. She’s a busy working mother who enjoys the academic challenge of pursuing her master’s degree while managing her daily schedule. Prior to beginning her degree with UNE, Laura gained extensive experience in many areas related to the field…

MSIN Twitter Chat 2.14.17

#HITedu: Twitter Chat Topics & Thoughts with Host Amy Landry

You’re invited to the #HITedu Tweet Chat! If you build it, they will come? Not so much in health IT. Many health IT implementations have not succeeded because of one simple flaw: the software was either created, installed, or rolled out (often all three) with little clinical workflow in mind. As educators, how do we ensure that…

Health informaticist in action

Essential Skills for Today and Tomorrow’s Health Informaticists

The field of health informatics is growing ten times faster than healthcare jobs overall, and accounts for the ninth largest share of all healthcare job postings. Big data, electronic records, and value-based payment are just some of the things pushing demand for health informaticists. But while the opportunities are plentiful and growing, many students, job…

Health Informatics Twitter Chat #HITedu

NEW – Health Informatics #HITedu Twitter Chat – with Host Megan Landry B.S.N., M.H.A.-Informatics

UNE Online is launching a  #HITedu Twitter Chat to connect students, educators, employers, employees, policy makers, patients, and others with a vested interest in health informatics education, training and jobs. We hope you’ll join us for the chat on January 10, at 12pm EST. Just follow the hashtag #HITedu on Twitter. Big data, machine learning, predictive analytics,…

Thomas Troelstrup, MPH

Student Spotlight: Thomas Troelstrup, MPH Program

“Thanks to this terrific program, I was just offered my dream job on Tuesday as a Foodborne Disease Outbreak Epidemiologist for the Tennessee Department of Health in Nashville! I never thought I would land it by the age of 28!” MPH student Thomas Troelstrup reached out to us with some exciting news about his career…

Carrot and stick motivation

How to stay motivated in an online class

As human beings, our behaviors and our goals are bridged by many factors, a major one being motivation. In essence, the more motivated we are, the more likely we are to act towards the goal. Similarly, as motivation diminishes, so does performance. In the context of online learning, sustaining motivation is vital in committing to…

Health Informatics Twitterchat

Health Informatics Twitter Chat recap – catch up on what you missed!

If you wanted to join our Health Informatics Twitter Chat on November 29th, 2016 but couldn’t, you’re in luck. We’ve compiled a list of the top questions received during the chat along with our answers. Hosted by the Health Informatics Program Manager, Megan Landry B.S.N. M.H.A, the chat served as an informal Q&A for prospective…