Paul Grimaud CAGS AEL

Student Spotlight: Paul Grimaud CAGS: AEL

Paul Grimaud earned his CAGS in Advanced Educational Leadership (AEL) from the University of New England in 2015. He talks about his experience and how he is currently applying his knowledge in the field. Can you tell us a little about yourself, and what encouraged you to pursue your CAGS: AEL? I want to further…

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Creating Effective Writing Assignments: The Discourse Community Framework

Using the writing process – often a complex, messy and mysterious process for students–is crucial for graduate level success. Students not only need to grapple with understanding course concepts, they must be able to express them professionally and intelligently. Well-designed writing prompts, with the addition of writing support, can provide the extra guidance many students…

Dr. Stephen DeMeo and his Fellowship Group at Duke University

Student Spotlight: Dr. Stephen DeMeo, DO, MMEL

  Some background I grew up in Kingston NH, (not far from UNE) but moved to Pennsylvania for both undergraduate years, and medical school at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. From there I stayed in the Philadelphia area and completed a residency in Pediatrics at the AI duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington DE,…

Kobe, University of New England Masters of Public Health Graduate

Online grad school: the best decision for Kobe, MPH

UNE MPH Graduate, Kobe, describes his experience getting his Master’s of Public Health at UNE Online. We spoke to Kobe directly after the hooding ceremony this past May. As a part of the reception/celebration for family and friends after the ceremony, you can clearly hear that we had some great live music. What you can’t…

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Touching the Third Rail: The Learning Styles (Myth) and Are They Worth Your Time?

It’s almost impossible to have a conversation about learning or teaching without invoking the concept of learning styles. Much of the drive behind lesson and course design is based on the need to tailor curriculum to particular or all of the learning styles that your students might come with. Is it practical – or even…

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College Acceptance: How UNE Online creates a more inclusive environment for students

When looking for colleges, whether online or the more traditional brick and mortar, many students look at tangible areas. Questions often asked are: ‘How much will this cost?’ ‘How long is the program?’ ‘Are there residency requirements?’ ‘Is there a decent professor to student ratio?’ The list goes on and on. One question that is…