UNCW Graduate Student Receives Prestigious Social Work Fellowship

Tuesday, October 08, 2019

Megan Bolden ’20, who is pursuing a master’s degree in social work, has been selected for the Council on Social Work Education Minority Fellowship Award. This award grants her specialized training in mental health and/or substance abuse-related issues of racial/ethnic minority communities, a $6,500 stipend and additional support for professional development.

“This is a prestigious fellowship provided by our accrediting body,” said Kristen Bolton, M.S.W. program coordinator. “Megan was selected from a large pool of qualified applicants. She is an impressive student and receiving this fellowship is a testament to her bright future as a social work practitioner.”

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