The UW School of Social Work’s faculty, student advisory and staff councils issued a joint statement in support of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s efforts to halt construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline until additional tribal consultation and environmental impact studies have been completed.
School statement supports faculty who stand with Dakota Access Pipeline protest
School professor receives inaugural national social work award
Professor Paula Nurius is the first recipient of the Educational Leadership in Doctoral Education award from the Group for the Advancement of Doctoral Education in Social Work. The award recognizes current or former faculty members who are committed to doctoral education at the national or international level.
West Coast Poverty Center named partner in national poverty center collaborative
The West Coast Poverty Center, a multidisciplinary partnership supported by the University of Washington School of Social Work, was recently named a partner in the newly formed Collaborative of U.S. Poverty Centers.
Dean Uehara featured on NBC News Asian America
Dean Eddie Uehara is featured on NBC News Asian America, addressing the topic of diversity among higher education leadership. In the video, she discusses how her own diversity has impacted her path to leadership and shares her vision for creating an inclusive learning community. According to the American Council on Education, there is a noticeable lack of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in leadership positions at U.S. colleges and universities.