Black leaders who dedicated efforts to improving the quality of life for others

We want to share this CSWE video in which Dr. Carlton-LaNey, professor emeritus at UNC Chapel Hill School of Social Work and social welfare historian, and Dr. Tanya Smith Brice, CSWE Vice President of Education, discuss notable Black leaders that dedicated their efforts to improving the quality of life for others: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZa-UXhAai4&feature=youtu.be “[These Black leaders] … Continue reading Black leaders who dedicated efforts to improving the quality of life for others

MSW student, Abby Pinkston, talks about her field placement at Esther House

Abigail (Abby) Pinkston is in her first year of UNE’s MSW Program, expected to graduate in May 2022.   As part of her MSW, she is also pursuing the certificates, Training in Aging and Diversity (TRIAD)* and Trauma-informed care.  She is doing her field placement at Esther Residence in Saco, ME, a transitional sober house for … Continue reading MSW student, Abby Pinkston, talks about her field placement at Esther House

Ted Meyer and Dr. Shelley Cohen Konrad: Art, Medicine, and Social Change

“I have not the slightest idea from where they come from,” reflects Ted Meyer about his most recent collection of paintings, created amidst the COVID10 pandemic.  The paintings are vibrant and whimsical. They include expansive pink desert landscapes and bright blue swirling skies through which fantastical horned creatures and lovers seem to buoy across.    … Continue reading Ted Meyer and Dr. Shelley Cohen Konrad: Art, Medicine, and Social Change