UNE MSW Info Session (Zoom) featuring Cultural Humility and Empowering Cultural Education

Arabella Perez LCSW, Coordinator of the Trauma-Informed Practice Certificate

Join UNE faculty, staff, students & alumni for a virtual MSW info session featuring the topic, “Cultural Humility and Empowering Cultural Education.” The event will open with a general program overview followed by a facilitated discussion by course Instructors, Arabella Perez LCSW & Regina Phillips MSW, and South Portland City Councilor, Deqa Dhalac MSW, on the topic of cultural humility and their collaborative efforts to develop the social work course, Empowering Cultural Education. Field Faculty, MSW students, alumni, and staff will be available to answer all other questions around Field Education Planning, core social work curriculum, scheduling, and admissions processes.

UNE offers distinctive advanced integrated clinical education with unique certificate options in Trauma-informed Practice, Applied Arts and Social Justice, and Training in Aging and Diversity (TRIAD*). Our Field Education network is the largest in Maine and our cutting edge interprofessional opportunities prepare you to become competent leaders in a rapidly changing world. With multiple, creative, and flexible pathways, UNE SSW ensures that an MSW is attainable for all who aspire to make the world a better place.

*TRIAD comes with $10,000 stipend 


United States


Meg Webster
Social Work

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