Music, Healing, and Social Justice

Applied Arts and Social Justice MSW student, Libby Arsenault '21 recently received a full scholarship to attend a 3 day Artivism Conference in Belfast, ME: What's Art Got To Do With It?   The Student Social Work Organization covered additional travel costs and hotel expenses. The focus of the conference was the use of arts in … Continue reading Music, Healing, and Social Justice

MSW Student organizes Allyship Training

UNE MSW student, Wes Covey '21 is collaborating with Maine Boys to Men, Prevention Action Change, and Maine Women's Lobby to organize a training around Allyship in the community. From Maine Boys to Men: We are in an age of unprecedented awareness and action around the epidemic of sexual assault and harassment in our society. … Continue reading MSW Student organizes Allyship Training

A Night of Storytelling: Maine Voices Against Violence

Thursday evening, October 17th, our stellar MSW student Kim Davis, has organized a storytelling event that focuses on intimate partner violence among young people aged 16-24  She has carefully planned the evening through collaboration with the Interprofessional Education Collaborative,  MSW Faculty, Amy Coha, Applied Arts and Social Justice Certificate Coordinator, Lori Power, Through These Doors, and … Continue reading A Night of Storytelling: Maine Voices Against Violence

Why Choose UNE?

As part of this year's New Student Orientation we took some time to ask incoming students what factors ultimately led them to choose UNE's MSW Program over others.  Here's what they had to say: WHY UNE? Abigail Lynch  Why UNE? "One of my co-workers went to UNE for her MSW and highly recommended the program.  She … Continue reading Why Choose UNE?