UMass University Without Walls – UWW Student Profiles

June 6, 2011 by  
Filed under VIDEO

I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

Through the University of Massachusetts Amherst University Without Walls, you can fit completing your college degree into your life and work by taking courses offered weeknights, weekends, online and blended (some live, some online). UWW will help you accelerate earning your degree with stimulating courses, a generous transfer credit policy, and the opportunity to earn credit for learning gained from your life, training, and work experience. Youll emerge with your diploma in hand, more confident, more knowledgeable in your field, a better problem-solver, with renewed professional and personal goals. People are at the heart of UWW. Youll find students supporting each other, sharing ideas and experiences. Youll work closely with a UWW advisor who teaches your UWW courses, holds a doctoral degree, and has years of experience guiding adult learners. A faculty sponsor specializing in your area of interest will review your plans and recommend appropriate courses. Browse our website to learn more about UWW’s nearly 40 years of helping people like you finish their first undergraduate degree at our nationally recognized research university. Then, when youre ready to apply, download your application. Were looking forward to hearing from you, so feel free to email or call 413.545.1378. Were here to help!

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New call for investment in alcohol treatment services

March 16, 2006 by  
Filed under ADDICTION

Tue 14 Mar 2006

ONLY one in 18 alcoholics is getting the necessary help to cope with their addiction, the Government has revealed.

Alcohol Concern today called on the Department of Health to invest more in services for people with alcohol problems.

The charity wants the Department of Health to address the under-funding of treatment services across the country.

The “Spend £1, Get £5 Free” campaign aims to highlight the findings of the UK Alcohol Treatment Trial, published last year in the British Medical Journal, which showed each pound invested in treatment saved the public purse £5.

According to Alcohol Concern, drink-related problems cost the UK economy £18 billion a year and cause 22,000 deaths.

There are around 8.2 million people with an alcohol problem in Britain, with 1.1 million dependent on the substance.



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