April 10, 2018

Two School of Social Work students join Husky 100 group

School of Social Work students Ellena Jones (BASW ‘18) and Tina Hernandez (BASW ‘18) were selected to be part of the prestigious Husky 100 cohort. The stuHusky 100 Ellena Jonesdent recognition program acknowledges 100 undergraduate and graduate students in all disciplines from the Seattle, Tacoma and Bothell campuses who exemplify leadership, passion, creativity and commitment. 

March 27, 2018

Washington praised for leading role in suicide prevention training, says Scientific American

A recent Scientific American editorial singled out Washington state as the only state in the nation that requires all health care workers—not just those in social work or mental health fields—receive suicide prevention training. “More states should follow in Washington’s footsteps,” declared the popular science magazine.

March 21, 2018

School of Social Work ranked one of the nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report

The School of Social Work continues to offer one of the top graduate social work programs in the nation, according to rankings released in March for the U.S. News & World Report's 2019 Best Graduate Schools.

March 13, 2018

Aging with Pride awarded highly competitive UW Population Health Initiative grant

Aging with Pride and four other interdisciplinary projects that involve School of Social Work researchers were awarded grants from the UW Population Health Initiative. The five pilot projects were among only eight funded from a pool of 33 applications. The School's projects will examine health disparities in Washington state and other pressing social issues such as homeless youth, suicide prevention and culturally anchored antenatal care.

February 27, 2018

Colorado commits more than $9 million to implement Communities That Care

Communities That Care—a proven youth development model pioneered at the School of Social Work—continues to gain traction nationwide. Colorado is one of the most recent states to commit significant funds to this innovative system, allocating $9.1million over two years, funded by that state’s marijuana tax dollars.