Associate Professor Emiko A. Tajima, executive director of Partners for Our Children, was selected to receive the 2021 Lewayne Gilchrist Doctoral Mentor Award.
Emiko A. Tajima receives 2021 Lewayne Gilchrist Doctoral Mentor Award
MSW student explores food justice, pandemic notwithstanding
The School of Social Work, Black Farmers Collective’s Yes Farm and the Pacific Northwest Canadian Studies Consortium were collaborating to provide a field-education opportunity to social work student Olivia Jacobs (MSW ‘22). Then the pandemic closed the border.
Three social work students join Husky 100 group
Three MSW students are part of the prestigious 2021 Husky 100 cohort—two attend the Seattle campus and one attends UW Tacoma.
Indigenous health scholar Michelle Johnson-Jennings joins School faculty
Dr. Michelle Johnson-Jennings, Choctaw Nation-enrolled tribal member, joins the School of Social Work June 1 as professor and director of the division of environmentally based health and land-based healing at the School’s Indigenous Wellness Research Institute.
SDRG looks at ways to prevent opioid dependence among incarcerated youth
The School of Social Work’s Social Development Research Group is conducting a two-year pilot project to address the rising opioid epidemic among youth and young adults, especially those in juvenile-justice settings.