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May 20, 2015
Research professor Mark Eddy honored with 2015 International Collaborative Prevention Award
Social work scholar and researcher Mark Eddy is the recipient of this year’s International Collaborative Prevention Award from the Society for Prevention Research.
May 11, 2015
Seattle Times highlights School-affiliated 3DL Partnership's work with Bellevue School District
The Bellevue School District looked to the School of Social Work-affiliated 3DL Partnership to help implement a social and emotional learning program for its teacher training.
May 8, 2015
Angenie McCleary receives 2015 Early Career Achievement Award
Angenie McCleary (MSW ’07) has received the School’s Early Career Achievement Award. A social worker and elected public servant, McCleary has made significant contributions to the health, safety and quality of life for residents of Blaine County, Idaho.
May 8, 2015
Lynn Behar is 2015 Moya M. Duplica Distinguished Alumni Award recipient
Lynn Behar (MSW ’86, PhD ’99)—a tireless proponent of oncology social work education, a leader in the community and a scholar in her own right—is the 2015 Moya M. Duplica Distinguished Alumni Award recipient. Behar is a passionate supporter for improving the psychosocial care of cancer patients, survivors and their families.
May 5, 2015
Alumna Lynn Behar co-edits definitive book on the psychosocial care of people with cancer
The Handbook of Oncology Social Work—edited by alumna Lynn Behar (MSW ’86, PhD ’99) along with Grace Christ and Carolyn Messner—is the first comprehensive book for oncology social workers, focusing on patient- and family-centered care and how to integrate psychosocial care with medical treatment.