UNE MSW Alumna, Beth Fawcett '12, recently got in touch to tell us about THIS GREAT EVENT she's organizing as part of her involvement with CrossFit Casco Bay in Portland. SO WHAT'S THIS EVENT ANYHOW? OutWOD 2019 is hosted by CrossFit Casco Bay in Portland. The event will kick off at 10am with a general … Continue reading Kick off PRIDE Week with OUTwod!
Thomas Chalmers McLaughlin, Ph.D., UNE Social Work Faculty and co-director of the Social Work Center for Research and Evaluation has been hard at work in the community conducting research and sharing insights around homelessness. Just two years ago, more than 2,500 Maine public school students were reported as homeless or displaced — a nearly 30% increase … Continue reading Social Work Professor, Thomas Chalmers McLaughlin, Ph.D., Weighs in on Homelessness Trends in Maine
Thomas Chalmers McLaughlin, Ph.D., co-director of the UNE Social Work Center for Research and Evaluation, is assisting the Portland Police Department to organize and implement an online survey to gauge residents’ opinions about crime, police effectiveness and overall safety in the city. Information gathered will be used to help guide the department in its crime … Continue reading Faculty Assists Portland Police With Crime and Safety Survey
Kelli Godfrey grew up around the world on military installations, with her mother serving her country as an active duty female soldier. She later married her husband, an active duty soldier, and continued to move around the country. Though Kelli herself is not a veteran, she was an Army child, Army spouse, employed as a … Continue reading Military Social Work: How UNE Alumna, Kelli Godfrey, Serves Our Veterans
Seven of our MSW students were sponsored to attend this years' Portland Maine MLK Dinner: MLK Observance: The Color and Cost of Justice . Five students were sponsored by UNE's Intercultural Affairs Office, while two others were generously offered tickets by their host Field Placement institution: Portland Public Schools. Several UNE Social Work faculty and alumni also attended … Continue reading The Color and Cost of Justice