We recently surveyed our MSW students to learn: How they're funding grad school AND If they think it's worth the investment Are students in school full time? 55% of our currently enrolled students are full-time (*Full time Advanced Standing and Accelerated students included) 45% of our currently enrolled students are on part time tracks (3 … Continue reading How To Fund Grad School
In 2017, UNE's School of Social Work was granted a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) grant to develop The Training in Aging Diversity (TRIAD) Project. The school received a supplemental grant in 2018 to develop coordinated training around substance use disorders. TRIAD is a training-in-place program for graduate-level clinical social work students. Though TRIAD reaches people of … Continue reading MSW students speak about TRIAD
At UNE, alongside dedication to teaching excellence, our social work faculty are also involved in collaborative research projects, presentations, and ongoing interprofessional work in the community. Our faculty spotlight today is Clay Graybeal, PhD. Clay Graybeal, Ph.D., has had a busy fall. He partnered with Kathryn Brandt, D.O., of the UNE College of Osteopathic Medicine, and … Continue reading Faculty Spotlight: Clay Graybeal, Ph.D.
"The opposite of addiction is connection" - Johann Hari TED TALK Glenn Simpson, activist and UNE MSW student pursuing the Applied Arts and Social Justice (AASJ) certificate, was out Black Friday not to shop, but to hang banners as part of a public awareness campaign for safe injection sites. See Portland Press Herald article here. Drug … Continue reading Pieces of Recovery: The Puzzle Project