Bobby Bennett is in his second year of UNE's MSW on campus program. He was recently granted the 2020 Charlene B. Rydell Scholarship, which was established in memory of Charlene Rydell, HON ’95, who dedicated much of her life to community activism and promoting social equity and justice. Past Rydell Recipients: Blair Doucette '18 Kara … Continue reading Reflections on Art, Community, and Social Justice with MSW Student, Robert (Bobby) Bennett, Jr. ’21
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
Lynne Hatch is an MSW student with us on the part-time track, expected to graduate in May 2022. She is pursuing both the Applied Arts and Social Justice Certificate (AASJ) and the certificate in Training in Aging and Diversity (TRIAD). We recently interviewed her about her Applied Arts and Social Justice Certificate Project. Here's what … Continue reading Applied Arts and Social Justice: MSW Student Installs Pop-Up Art Pandemic Installation
We've been releasing mini interviews with our incoming cohort of MSW students asking them not only why they chose UNE but what their social work aspirations are! Visit our initial post HERE to learn more and keep reading to hear from MSW Student, Belle Bocal. Belle Bocal What made you choose UNE over other options? Working on the … Continue reading New Student Snapshots Continued, Belle Bocal: WHY UNE and SOCIAL WORK ASPIRATIONS?
Are you looking ways to connect with your fellow MSW students and have a voice in the school community? Join the School of Social Work Student Organization (SSWSO)! The SSWSO promotes a sense of community among MSW students while also provides them with a platform through which they can organize and voice their opinions to help … Continue reading Introducing Your New SSWSO Officers!