The following media coverage of COVID-19 stories includes interviews with School of Social Work experts as well as opinion pieces and stories featuring or written by faculty members or researchers.

UW faculty study how students adapt to being back on campus—Spokane Public Radio KPBX, Sept. 24, 2021 (Professor and Associate Dean Paul Nurius with Megan Kennedy)

From ‘distress’ to ‘unscathed’—mental health of UW students during spring 2020—UW News, July 13, 2021 (Professor and Associate Dean Paula Nurius)

COVID-19: An existential crisis for social work field educationField Educator, May 2021 (Associate Teaching Professor Jennifer Brower, Assistant Teaching Professor Stacey De Fries and Assistant Dean for Field Education Rachel Wrenn)

Washington voters led much of the nation in saying guns must sometimes be seized to prevent violence. How’s the law working?The Seattle Times, June 1, 2021 (Associate Professor Megan Moore and PhD student Kelsey Conrick)

Opinion: Women and nonbinary faculty of color are vulnerable one year into pandemicSouth Seattle Emerald, May 17, 2021 (Assistant Professor Jane Lee)

In Covid vaccine data, L.G.B.T.Q. people fear invisibilityNew York Times, May 7, 2021 (Assistant Professor Meghan Romanelli)

Latino Center for Health finds COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy low among Latinos but access remains a concern—School of Social Work News & Events, May 3, 2021 (Latino Center for Health)

Perinatal patients, nurses explain how hospital pandemic policies failed them—UW News, April 7, 2021 (Associate Professor Amelia Gavin)

Ending anti-Asian violence requires urgent action at all levels—The Seattle Times, March 17, 2021 (Associate Dean for Faculty Excellence David Takeuchi)

Tracking and understanding anti-Asian racism during the pandemic, School of Social Work News & Events, March 8, 2021 (Associate Dean for Faculty Excellence David Takeuchi)

Project seeks to better tailor responses to student mental health at the UW, UW Population Health News, January 14, 2021 (Professor and Associate Dean Paula Nurius)

How Washington schools can support students struggling with mental health, Crosscut, January 6, 2021 (Assistant Professor Jennifer Stuber, Forefront program manager Taylor Ryan)

How it feels in a pandemic where the death rate really is 20%, The Seattle Times, December 25, 2020 (Assistant Professor Clara Berridge)

'We find our way.' How older adults are coping with pandemic isolationKUOW Radio, December 23, 2020 (Assistant Professor Clara Berridge) 

With so many schools online, child maltreatment reports in Washington plummet, The Seattle Times, December 9, 2020 (Associate Professor Emiko Tajima)

How did we not know? Gun owners confront a suicide epidemic, The New York Times, November 17, 2020 (Associate Professor Jennifer Stuber)

How poverty hurts Washington state's democracy, Crosscut, October 21, 2020  (Emerita Senior Lecturer Diana Pearce) 

Pandemic further isolating older adults, as senior services struggle to adapt UW News, October 21, 2020  (Assistant Professor Clara Berridge)

For single adults and families alike, higher cost of living in all Washington counties, KIRO News Radio, October 16, 2020 (Emerita Senior Lecturer Diana Pearce)

Senior sensors: Digital contact tracing wasn’t up for debate in senior living facilities, The Verge, October 15, 2020  (Assistant Professor Clara Berridge)

Student homelessness prevented on Washington college campuses as new school year commences, The Imprint, Youth and Family News, September 22, 2020 (Associate Professor Angelique Day)

Help elders stay connected during pandemic, UW aging expert says, University of Washington Magazine, September 16, 2020 (Clinical Associate Professor Wendy Lustbader)

How will Seattle-area students cope with a return to online schooling when pre-COVID school was such a LifelineThe Seattle Times, September 2, 2020 (Associate Professor Jennifer Stuber)

COVID-19 disproportionately impacts Whatcom Hispanics. Here’s what could helpBellingham Herald,  August 4, 2020 (Associate Professor Gino Aisenberg)

How to stay safe and help prevent domestic violence during COVID-19 and beyondRight as Rain, UW Medicine, June 17, 2020 (Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Val Kalei Kanuha)

The Consequences of ageist language are upon usJournal of Gerontological Social Work, May 27, 2020 (Assistant Professor Clara Berridge, Endowed Gerontology Professor (ret.) and Dean Emeritus Nancy Hooyman)

Women disproportionately impacted by April job losses, KING 5 TV, May 25, 2020 (Senior Lecturer Diana Pearce)

It could take years for Washington state's economy to rebound from coronavirus crash, The Seattle Times, May 10, 2020 (Associate Professor Jennifer Romich)

COVID-19 generates new barriers for foster care, The Western Front, May 7, 2020 (Associate Professor Angelique Day)

More women are losing jobs than men amid coronavirus crisis, KING 5 TV, April 28, 2020 (Senior Lecturer Diana Pearce)

Applications for food and cash assistance skyrocket in Washington as coronavirus pandemic continues, The Seattle Times, April 23, 2020 (Associate Professor Jennifer Romich)

Mental health experts race to help children cope with stay-at-home life amid coronavirus closures, The Seattle Times, April 6, 2020 (Associate Professor Jennifer Stuber)

Taking care of mental health, preventing suicides critical during pandemic, KIRO News Radio (audio) April 2, 2020 (Associate Professor Jennifer Stuber)

The big transition, Inside Higher Ed, March 31, 2020 (Lecturer Michelle Bagshaw)

Domestic violence victims, stuck at home, are at risk during coronavirus pandemic, CNN, March 27, 2020 (Senior Lecturer Kalei Kanuha)

Suicide prevention a priority as coronavirus pandemic increases anxiety and stress, KING 5 TV, March 26, 2020 (Associate Professor Jennifer Stuber)