Image from The Funny Beaver Many of you are already aware that we've been releasing mini interviews with our incoming cohort of MSW students. We want to know not only why they chose UNE , but what their social work aspirations are. Visit our initial post HERE to learn more. Keep reading to learn why MSW Students, Ashley Potvin … Continue reading New Student Snapshots Continued: Ashley Potvin and Amber Wilson, “WHY UNE” and “SOCIAL WORK ASPIRATIONS”
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month! Suicidal thoughts can affect anyone regardless of age, race, gender or background. Suicidal thoughts, although common, should not be considered normal and often indicate more serious issues. Every year thousands of individuals die by suicide. As part of National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, we've been sharing resources and … Continue reading Poetry and Prozac: Alumna Maya Williams ’18 Smashing The Stigma
September is National Suicide Prevention Month! As part of this month, we aim to: Spotlight members of our community who are taking action to raise awareness Provide resources for all and help to........... BSW Student, Sydney Wolf '22, will kick us off! A little bit about Sydney: Sydney Wolf is a Junior BSW major, … Continue reading Suicide Awareness: Meet BSW Student, Sydney Wolf, and UNE Active Minds
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!
Featured image by Charles Williams Racial discrimination...COVID19....Socioeconomic disparity... This is just a short list of the things that are currently claiming countless lives daily. As losses continue to amass, so too does our grief. Our losses are widespread and diverse, and despite feeling their heaviness, we are often unable to even comprehend them or put … Continue reading Ambiguous Loss in the Time of COVID-19 and Widespread Protests for Racial Justice