UNE MSW Program (On-Campus Option) Info Session: Featuring Applied Arts and Social Justice Certificate"

MSW Faculty and Certificate Coordinator, Lori G. Power M.A., Ed.D.
Art and Social Work Practice:

Join UNE faculty, staff & alumni for a virtual MSW info session featuring the Applied Arts and Social Justice (AASJ) Certificate. The event will open with a general program overview followed by a presentation led by UNE Faculty and Certificate Coordinator, Dr. Lori Power alongside AASJ students and alumni. Admissions staff will be available to all answer questions around core social work curriculum, scheduling, and admissions processes.

The AASJ Certificate Program formalizes the relationship between the arts, healing, and/or community activism and is the first program of its kind in the United States. Its approach is interprofessional, linking artists, art therapists, and community activists with social workers, social work students, and community members. Students who enroll in the AASJ Certificate learn how to utilize applied arts practice and theory to create social justice, change, and healing.


United States


Megan E Webster
Social Work

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