#HITedu Twitter Chat! with Elizabeth Zampino

Next #HITedu Chat: Engaging Patients in Mobile Health Design

Mobile health applications, part of the larger e-health movement, are programs uploaded onto mobile devices like smartphones or tablets. Providers use mobile health apps for things like clinical decision support, to reference or research information, and monitor, follow up and communicate with patients. Patients use a variety of mobile health apps including those prescribed by…

Social Work jobs

Five cross-cutting social work abilities that put you ahead

Transferrable Social Work Skills Earning your MSW prepares you with a set of in-demand skills and social work abilities that nearly every organization needs, and puts you in an exclusive pool of candidates, opening a world of career possibilities. With these adaptable skills, you’re more than hirable – you’re invaluable. Government relations personnel are hired…

Princeton Review 381 Best Colleges 25th

Princeton Review Ranks UNE as a Top College

For the second consecutive year, UNE has been included in The Princeton Review Best 381 Colleges guide. This highly-selective publication includes only the top 15% of four-year colleges and universities in the United States. It’s quite an honor to be included in this elite ranking of the nation’s very best colleges and universities. At UNE,…

MONEY Best Colleges 2016-2017 recognition

UNE earns MONEY’s Best Colleges for 2016-2017

Choosing a college is one of the most important financial decisions families face. College represents a large up-front expense, but where you go to college can also significantly affect your salary for years to come. MONEY’s annual college rankings examine dozens of data points to measure the costs and payoffs of thousands of schools. Here at UNE, we are…

Forbes America's Top Colleges 2016

UNE makes Forbes list of America’s Top Colleges

The University of New England has been named to Forbes’ list of America’s Top Colleges for 2016, a list that Forbes says is “The 600+ schools well worth the investment.” Forbes bases their list of the top schools on each school’s output, or in other words, what students are getting out of their college education…

How to Read a Map of Education Levels Across America

One of the guiding aspirations of online education is to reach across geographical (and cultural) boundaries. I love my field because I work to help make higher education more widely available to those who have limited access to it. The  Educational Attainment in America map, developed by Kyle Walker at TCU, is a fascinating way to look at that challenge. He developed it…

Imran Khan UNE Health Informatics Faculty member

Faculty Spotlight: Imran Khan, Graduate Programs in Health Informatics

We caught up with Health Informatics faculty member Imran Khan recently, to discuss his perspective on how he fosters a sense of community with his online students, and also to get his take on upcoming trends in the field of Health Informatics. Imran Khan earned his MBA from the University of Illinois, then went on…

Jackson Long, Student in the Master of Science in Applied Nutrition program

Student Spotlight: Jackson Long, Applied Nutrition Student

Jackson Long, a Master of Science in Applied Nutrition student from Boulder, Colorado, is passionate about plant-based eating and living a healthy lifestyle. Jackson’s interest in nutrition was piqued during his time as a competitive cyclist, as he sought out the optimal diet for his athletic performance. His initial interest in nutrition gradually grew into…

Social Work Careers

Social Work – Career Opportunities in a Wide Range of Areas

Social Work is a caring career — and social workers earning their MSW are able to pursue their ambitions to be a political leader or boss, to drive organizational transformation or create game-changing programs, or even carve out a place in the C-Suite. An education in social work gives you an extraordinary set of in-demand,…

A Framework for Information Literacy

I recently wrote about how information fluency is hoped to  bolster our ability to recognize and defuse the phenomena known as fake news . It’s supposed to do so by providing the information fluent with the means to “respect the expertise that authority represents while remaining skeptical of the systems that have elevated that authority and the information created by it.” That quote is taken from the “Authority is Constructed and Contextual”…