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A listerv is an automated mailing-list management system that allows people within an organization to send email to targeted audiences. The School of Social Work has listservs for official school communications to faculty (sswfac), staff (sswstaff), students groups (sswbasw, sswmswday, sswmswedp, sswphd) and the School community (sswall), which includes current faculty, staff and students.
These lists are moderated throughout the day, on weekends and on holidays to help ensure that messages are relevant, appropriate and timely. All email announcements must come from an active University email account holder. Anonymous postings are prohibited for all listservs.
If you wish to use a School of Social Work listserv, your message must meet some of the following criteria:
If you have questions about your announcement or the status of an email you’ve submitted for distribution, contact email@example.com.
sswtalk and sswjobs Listservs
sswtalk provides a forum for University-wide activities that might be of interest to social work students, faculty and staff but are not sponsored by or affliated with the School of Social Work. This may include social-issue dialogue and social events such as movies. The sswtalk listserv is a voluntary opt-in feature.
sswjobs provides a place to send both job postings and volunteer opportunities, and may be posted to by anyone inside or outside the University community. The sswjobs listserv is a voluntary opt-in feature.
If you wish to subscribe to or unsubscribe from sswtalk or sswjobs, complete the requested information on the sswtalk or sswjobs log-in page.
If you have questions, please email Tim Hunt.
University Email Policies
University of Washington employees may not use University facilities, phones and computer systems, such as email and the Internet, to support or oppose any ballot proposition or to assist or oppose any candidate for election. Read the University policy and Washington State Executive Ethics Board website for details.