A five-year study, led by School of Social Work Professor Rona L. Levy, that focuses on the biologic factors, or biomarkers, for children with unexplained abdominal pain who are not responding to treatment, received about $3 million from the National Institutes of Health.
School leads multidisciplinary study to research physiological traits important for treating children with severe stomach pain
UW funding earmarked for PhD research that advances national initiative to strengthen the social fabric
Signaling the University of Washington’s support for the School of Social Work’s leadership role in establishing the Grand Challenges for Social Work, the Office of the Provost will provide funding to support graduate student research in the Grand Challenges topic areas.
A call to end the separation of children from parents at U.S. border crossings
Read this open letter from the University of Washington School of Social Work Leadership Team and the Faculty Council regarding the federal policy of separating immigrant families at U.S. border crossings.
School professor and scholar Karen Fredriksen Goldsen receives prestigious gerontology award
Karen Fredriksen Goldsen, School of Social Work professor and internationally recognized scholar who has made substantial contributions to the field of gerontology, was recently selected to receive the 2018 Maxwell A. Pollack Award for Productive Aging by the Gerontological Society of America. She is the first UW faculty member to receive this prominent award.
School’s Center for Education Data and Research leads prison-based education study
The Center for Education Data and Research, a research center at the School of Social Work, received more than $525,000 from the William T. Grant Foundation to study the value of prison-based education for youth incarcerated in Washington state.