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

New Student Snapshots Continued, Belle Bocal: WHY UNE and SOCIAL WORK ASPIRATIONS?

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?

A Video About Limb Loss and Celebrating Difference from BSW Student, Jordan Simpson

April is Limb Loss Awareness Month, and in light of this, we want to feature a project created by one of our BSW Students, Jordan Simpson.   We will let her introduce the project herself: Hello all! I am so excited to finally share this with everyone! This year, in my Social Policy and Advocacy Class, … Continue reading A Video About Limb Loss and Celebrating Difference from BSW Student, Jordan Simpson

Mental Health and COVID19 Series: Faculty Reflections

As we continue to forge this new territory together, we continue to share resources and  hear from UNE Social Work faculty, staff, and students about how they are staying healthy, positive, and productive as they work from their homes.  Today, we hear from BSW Program Director and Professor, Cyndi Amato MSW and Applied Arts and … Continue reading Mental Health and COVID19 Series: Faculty Reflections