UNE GPPH alumni and student presenters at MPHA 2018

UNE Online Graduate Programs in Public Health at MPHA 2018

MPHA 2018 was a HUGE success! This year, the Maine Public Health Association (MPHA) Annual Meeting and Expo was held in Augusta, ME and there were about 400 public health professionals from within and outside Maine in attendance, including our very own UNE Online Graduate Programs in Public Health (GPPH) faculty, staff, students and alumni. This year’s Annual Meeting theme was Addiction and the…

Graduate Programs in Public Health at UNE Online

Graduate Programs in Public Health at UNE Online: An Overview

There is a critical need for professionals with public health degrees today. The Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH) estimates that by the year 2020, the United States will be facing a shortfall of at least 250,000 public health workers. If you’re interested in improving the lives of others through building one-on-one relationships, conducting…

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File a FAFSA now? You can!

Nadja Corcoran, Director of Student Care and Outreach for Student Financial Services at the University of New England has the following wisdom for online graduate students planning on securing financial aid. When should you file your FAFSA for graduate school? It’s not too early to start thinking about paying for next year – even if…

Students in Library studying their Health informatics focus areas

Health Informatics Focus Areas – One Year Later

In October 2017, the Health Informatics graduate programs at UNE Online introduced three new focus areas  to give students the opportunity to shape their electives around individual career goals. Restructuring the graduate programs gave students the capability to specialize in one professional area of health informatics, ensuring a valuable return on investment. How are these focus areas helping students…

Ruthie Pearlman, Master of Science in Health Informatics Program

Student Spotlight: Ruthie Pearlman, Master of Science in Health Informatics Program

Ruthie Pearlman is a second-year student in the Master of Science in Health Informatics program. Here she tells us about her experience in the program, her vision for integrating seamless patient experiences with mobile health technology, and her advice for incoming students.  Can you tell me a little bit about yourself, and what encouraged you…

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The Benefits of Complimentary HIMSS Membership for Students and How to Join

As a  HIMSS Approved Education Partner (AEP) , the University of New England can now provide students complimentary membership to the global Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) organization. Moreover, through HIMSS’s Organizational Affiliate program, UNE Online can offer staff and students a plethora of resources they can use to succeed at their jobs and in the industry. This…

How to Communicate Effectively With Your Instructor

How to Communicate Effectively With Your Instructor

Communication is complicated, especially in a learning atmosphere where the classwork is 100% online. In order to help students and instructors communicate more effectively via technology, we have assembled a few tactics and tips for communicating efficiently and successfully. Each instructor has their own individual preferences about the following guidelines, so when in doubt, ask…

MSW Impact Infographic

Infographic: Measuring the Impact of an MSW

An education in social work gives you an extraordinary set of in-demand, future-friendly skills, coupled with the credentials to make you eligible for professional advancement. How do you measure the impact of an MSW? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2015, Master of Social Work graduates on average made $11,000 more than social…

Graduate Programs in Education Faculty Infographic

Infographic: Education Faculty by the Numbers

Faculty for the Graduate Programs in Education at UNE Online are integral to our students’ success. These tremendous professionals teach and mentor through a scholar-practitioner model because they see our students as their future peers. Calling on their experience as public school hiring managers, our instructors connect every lesson to professional situations and cultivate the skills they know are…

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CSWE Accreditation for the UNE Online Master of Social Work Program

The Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), the governing body that oversees all social work education programs throughout the United States, is dedicated to advancing quality social work education. It is critical that social workers are equipped to play a central role in achieving the profession’s goals of social and economic justice. CSWE’s Commission on…

Stephanie Marcotte Ed.D. Student at UNE Online

Student Spotlight: Stephanie N. Marcotte, Ed.D. Educational Leadership Program

Stephanie Marcotte is a student in the Ed.D. Educational Leadership Program at the College of Graduate and Professional Studies here at the University of New England. She talks about her experience as an online student, how her leadership has developed throughout her time in the UNE Ed.D. program, and how her identity as a leader…

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How many students take courses at UNE Online?

As more students enroll in online programs than ever before, UNE Online’s student population and alumni network are growing by leaps and bounds. Our learners now log in all over the world, lending their diverse perspectives to every class and every discussion. Now, as you consider or undertake your educational journey, you can see just…