Are you yearning for hands-on in class experiences, but don't think you have the time for an on-campus program? You've come to the right place! Join our MSW on-campus program option and try out our HYBRID COURSES! What are hybrid courses? Hybrid courses blend face-to-face and online learning within a course to accommodate for students' busy … Continue reading Think you’re too busy for an MSW Program? Try our hybrid courses!
In honor of Social Work Month this year, MSW Student Blair Doucette hosted a UNE Policy Class Day at the State House. Blair had already been working in the field of social work for 12 years at DHHS's Office of Child and Family Services when he applied to UNE's MSW Program. He decided to pursue … Continue reading Policy: Where The Rubber Meets The Road
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
MSW student, Rick Lafrenaye, reflects on his experiences working as a personal caregiver to centenarian, Jim: “Jim” was shaped like a question mark. His spine arched up and over while the top of his head would droop toward the floor if it weren’t for the great effort he spent holding it up enough to see … Continue reading Sometimes You Just Say “Weeeeeee!”
MSW Applied Arts and Social Justice students, Cassidy Cleaves and Ashley Mendes, co-facilitated an intercultural teen group at the Maine Center for Grieving Children February through May 2018. Maine Center for Grieving Children serves more than 4,000 grieving children, teens, families, and young adults annually through peer support, outreach, and education. Their mission is to provide loving … Continue reading Come see Applied Arts and Social Justice Intercultural Mural!