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What do online graduate students want from instructors? Just ask them.

Instructional strategies for online learning are a frequent topic of these posts, for good reason. A well designed online course relies on an intentional approach to learning supported by evidence and learning theory. Formative feedback , authentic learning , and instructor presence are examples of instructional strategies that are well-supported and effective for online learning. Using the right instructional strategies to…

MSW Concentration

Focusing Your Future: Which MSW Concentration Will You Choose?

The three MSW concentrations at UNE Online allow you to plan ahead and focus your degree so it’s the best fit for your future career. Everyone pursues social work for different reasons, but many do so because they or their family has been through the system and experienced firsthand the positive impact of social work.…

Dr. Brianna Parsons, Ed.D. Faculty

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Brianna Parsons

Dr. Brianna Parsons is adored by her students. She is an Adjunct Assistant Lecturer in the Education Department, where in addition to advising Ed.D. candidates, she develops and teaches online courses, focusing on writing, scholarship, and research. We asked her some questions recently about teaching online, and how she advises her students throughout their dissertation…

opioid crisis infographic

Social Workers’ Role in Ending the Opioid Epidemic

We are a nation in crisis. And police, insurers, and patients are all looking to social workers for help in curbing the opioid epidemic. Opioid deaths now surpass gun violence and car crash deaths, according to CDC data published by the Washington Post, leaving police no choice but to rethink their strategy, as law enforcement is not working. Police are responding to 9-1-1 calls…

Online students chatting

Announcing Graduate Programs in Public Health Mini-Grant Program

The Graduate Programs in Public Health (GPPH) has a new mini-grant program! We are pleased to announce the availability of funds to support research activities among primary and adjunct faculty, staff, and public health students. We have secured funds with this new public health mini-grant to assist students and faculty in attending conferences and conducting research. There are two types…

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A Case for Case Studies

The surest way to effective education process is active learning. Case studies are one of the pathways to active learning which allows students application and transfer of their newly acquired knowledge and skills, in that sort of complex, real world-like, immersive format. There is a lot to figure out in a good case study! The…

Joanna Rosebush, PhD, RD, LD

Faculty Spotlight: Joanna Rosebush, Ph.D., RD, LD

Joanna Rosebush Ph.D., RD, LD is a faculty member at UNE Online. She earned her Master of Science in Food Science and Human Nutrition, and her Ph.D. in Food and Nutrition Sciences with a special skill requirement in physiology. She is a Registered, Licensed Dietitian and has been an active member of the Academy of…

The Princeton Review: The 382 Best Colleges

Princeton Review Ranks UNE as a Top College – Again!

For the third consecutive year, UNE has been included in ‘The Princeton Review – The Best 382 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.…