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.
School of Social Work ranked No. 1 by the Center for World University Rankings
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.
Social work student Melissa Galindo calls Husky 100 recognition a “village effort”
MSW student Melissa Galindo was added to this year’s Husky 100 cohort, a UW recognition program that acknowledges 100 outstanding undergraduate and graduate students in all disciplines from the Bothell, Seattle and Tacoma campuses. Students are chosen for their leadership, passion, creativity and commitment.
Putting Grand Challenges into action to support healthy futures for Seattle youth
A new report, published in the “Journal of the Society for Social Work & Research,” examines how the UW School of Social Work, in partnership with community agencies in Southeast and Central Seattle, adopted a model youth development program—created initially by the School’s Social Development Research Group—and implemented it at the local level.
Forefront education day in Olympia builds momentum for suicide prevention legislation
On Feb. 16, more than 100 people converged in Olympia for Suicide Prevention Education Day. It was the third year in a row that Forefront—a School of Social Work suicide prevention group—sponsored the event to raise awareness and legislative momentum to reduce the number of deaths by suicide in Washington state. Constituents from 48 districts fanned out across the Capitol campus to meet with legislators. For the second year in a row, the Suicide-Safer Homes Memorial’s color-coded headstones represented the toll of suicide loss in this state—1,129 deaths in 2015.