UW School of Social Work

4101 15th Avenue NE
Seattle, WA 98105-6299

Organization URL: Website
Main Phone: 206-543-5640
Fax: 206-543-1228

Stan de Mello

Stan de Mello


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Stan de Mello is a lecturer, field faculty, Affiliate Faculty-Canadian Studies and a member of the Community Centered Integrated Practice concentration. He has been on faculty at the Native Education Centre, Vancouver, University of British Columbia and the University of the Fraser Valley. Stan has a sustained interest in First Nations community development and has worked extensively with urban and rural communities in Canada and the United States. He has also been involved in developing field education sites and institutional relationships in Kenya, UK, Vietnam, Cambodia, India and Canada.

Medha Raman

Medha Raman


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Formerly a student at UW, Medha has been focused on social justice work around education and criminal justice policy reform. She has interned at the ACLU of Washington and the US Department of Labor Women’s Bureau and volunteered with the Incarcerated Mothers Advocacy Project and UW Dream Project. Most recently, she completed her thesis on the political framing of supervised drug consumption sites in King County.

Michael S. Spencer

Michael S. Spencer


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Mike Spencer is a UW Presidential Term Professor in Social Work and the director of Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, and Oceanic Affairs at the University of Washington Indigenous Wellness Research Institute (IWRI). He received his Ph.D. from the University of Washington in Social Welfare ('96).  Prior to his return to UW, Mike served as the Fedele F. Fauri Collegiate Professor of Social Work and Associate Dean for Educational Programs at the University of Michigan. He is of Native Hawaiian descent and is a graduate of the Kamehameha Schools (’83).

Marcee Boggs

Marcee Boggs


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Marcee's duties as Admissions Program Coordinator includes: processing the MSW admissions applications including screening applications, monitoring application statuses, and communicating decisions to applicants and the Graduate School; supporting the Scholarship Committee with all Social Work scholarships; provide information and guidance to potential applicants; and all admissions file maintenance.