UW School of Social Work

4101 15th Avenue NE
Seattle, WA 98105-6299

Organization URL: Website
Main Phone: 206-543-5640
Fax: 206-543-1228

Jennifer Maglalang

Jennifer Maglalang


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Jennifer Maglalang is the director for admissions for the School of Social Work. Her primary social work interests are working with diverse populations around community building/engagement and education. These interests tie nicely to her past role as instructor of Community Service Learning, where undergraduates in the BASW program engage in community service learning internships at local nonprofits.

Tessa Evans-Campbell

Tessa Evans-Campbell


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Associate Professor Tessa Evans-Campbell serves as the School's associate dean for academic affairs. She completed her BA in art history at the University of Washington and her MSW at the University of California Los Angeles. Her research interests focus on historical trauma, resistance and healing; cultural buffers of trauma; substance use and mental health; and indigenous family wellness. She is the former director of the School's MSW program. 

Leanne Do / Đỗ Kim Liên

Leanne Do / Đỗ Kim Liên


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Leanne Do teaches a writing course for social work undergraduate students.  Using a social work framework, Leanne helps students to develop, strengthen and practice college level writing.  She recognizes and appreciates multiple discourses and various ways of knowing and writing.  Leanne encourages her students to learn how to meet the expectations of college level writing while cultivating a capacity to question and challenge the assumptions behind these standards.

J. David Hawkins

J. David Hawkins


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Dr. J. David Hawkins is the Endowed Professor of Prevention Emeritus and Founding Director of the Social Development Research Group. He received his BA in 1967 from Stanford University and his PhD in Sociology from Northwestern University in 1975. His research focuses on understanding and preventing child and adolescent health and behavior problems. He seeks to identify risk and protective factors for health and behavior problems across multiple domains; to understand how these factors interact in the development of healthy behavior and the prevention of problem behaviors.