Three School of Social Work students—two students in the Bachelor of Social Welfare program and an MSW student following a mental health concentration—were selected to be part of the celebrated Husky 100 cohort.
Three School of Social Work students join 2019 Husky 100 group
Karina Walters receives prestigious Richard Lodge Prize for 2019
Karina Walters, associate dean for research and co-director of the School's Indigenous Wellness Research Institute, was named the 2019 recipient of the Richard Lodge Prize from the Adelphi University School of Social Work.
Health equity lecture series features thought leaders in April
The UW schools of social work, public health and nursing are collaboratively launching their Health Equity Lecture Series in April. The lectures are open to the public.
World Social Work Day, March 19, celebrates the profession and its practitioners
World Social Work Day is March 19, a day to spotlight and elevate the field of social work and the nation’s 680,000 social workers. This year’s theme is Promoting the Importance of Human Relationships.
Supporting communities in the face of fear, intolerance and violence
Following the deadly anti-Muslim attack in Christchurch, Aotearoa/New Zealand, the School of Social Work leadership calls for unity in supporting communities in the face of fear, intolerance and violence.