Jorge Barón, executive director of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, will be the keynote speaker at the June 8 graduation celecbration for the UW School of Social Work. Barón is an active figure in the national dialogue on immigration.
Immigration rights advocate Jorge Barón is keynote speaker at June 8 graduation
Three MSW students receive Bonderman fellowships to pursue transformative travel
Three students in the MSW program received University of Washington Bonderman Travel Fellowships recently, enabling them to increase their understanding of themselves and the world in which they live. The School of Social Work recipients are: Azaria Evans, Erin Fitzgerald and Casey Murray.
Married LGBT older adults are healthier, happier than singles, study finds
Same-sex marriage has been the law of the land for nearly two years and in some states for even longer—but researchers can already detect positive health outcomes among couples who have tied the knot, a UW School of Social Work study finds.
School of Social Work ranked No. 1 by the Center for World University Rankings
The School of Social Work was ranked No. 1 in the world, according to a report issued this week by the Center for World University Rankings. Forty five of the University of Washington science and social science disciplines placed in the top 10.
Youth in Focus photography exhibit opens April 4 at UW School of Social Work
Youth in Focus students have shown their work at the Seattle Art Museum, Henry Art Gallery, Frye Art Gallery, Benham Gallery and the Washington State Convention Center, among other local venues. Beginning April 4 and ending May 31, these talented youth will be sharing their explorations in photography at the UW School of Social Work First Floor Gallery.