MSW Student, Wes Covey, builds podcast about music and social change in America

MSW student, Wes Covey, is pursing the Applied Arts and Social Justice (AASJ) certificate as part of his getting his MSW at UNE. For his final creative arts project, he's building a podcast that explores the history of music in America in relation to social change, gender expression, and racism. In one episode, he features … Continue reading MSW Student, Wes Covey, builds podcast about music and social change in America

Tips from BSW Program Director, Cyndi Amato MSW, on how to remain joyful through the holidays

We continue to reach out to UNE faculty, staff, and students about how they’re reimagining the holidays this year in ways they can remain safe yet joyful.  BSW program director, Cyndi Amato MSW shares some ideas of her own. For Thanksgiving, she and her partner decided to kick the frenzied holiday kitchen madness altogether, and … Continue reading Tips from BSW Program Director, Cyndi Amato MSW, on how to remain joyful through the holidays

Holidays reimagined: How to stay safe yet celebratory amid the pandemic

We enter the holiday season at a time when the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports more than 1 million COVID-19 cases in just the past 7 days. Small, household gatherings are one of the primary causes, and experts are encouraging families and friends to celebrate at home this year. "We each experience … Continue reading Holidays reimagined: How to stay safe yet celebratory amid the pandemic