Two School of Social Work faculty—Assistant Professor Jane Lee and Assistant Teaching Professor Justin Lerner—are the inaugural recipients of the Roffman Term Faculty Fellowships for Antiracism, announced this month.
Inaugural recipients of antiracism faculty fellowships announced
Social work students honored with UW scholarships
Two School of Social Work students received scholarships for their dedication to health equity and equality. These students define what it means to have a transformational educational experience and a commitment to community.
Seven social work graduate students receive language fellowships
Seven social work graduate students received Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships recently. Six of the seven FLAS fellows received their award for the 2020-21 academic year.
Three social work students receive Harry Bridges Center scholarships
Three students from the School of Social Work were awarded scholarships from the UW’s Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies which supports the study and research of labor and related issues.
Assistant Dean Val Kalei Kanuha co-authors book on traditional Hawaiian values associated with grieving
Val Kalei Kanuha, assistant dean for diversity, equity and inclusion at the School of Social Work, is one of four authors of the third volume of Nānā i ke Kumu, which has just been published by the Lil’uokalani Trust.