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.
Assistant Dean Val Kalei Kanuha co-authors book on traditional Hawaiian values associated with grieving
New report documents shortage of Latino doctors in Washington state
A recent study conducted by the School's Latino Center for Health found a significant shortage of Latino physicians in the state.
School of Social Work leadership statement on the Sept. 22, 2020, Executive Order hindering diversity and equity training
Today, the UW School of Social Work leadership called for the immediate reversal of the Sept. 22, 2020, Presidential Executive Order that essentially bars the U.S. armed services, federal contractors and certain federal grant recipients, including universities, from conducting workplace training that addresses systemic racial and gender bias.
School announces new antiracism fellowship program with support from Professor Emeritus Roger Roffman
A new fellowship program that enables faculty to focus their personal and professional development of antiracism knowledge and skills was announced this month by the School of Social Work.
Associate Professor Megan Moore and UW team receive $1.02 million grant to study teen and young-adult partner violence
Megan Moore, Sidney Miller Endowed Associate Professor, and a team from the UW received $1.02 million from the National Institute of Justice to study the effectiveness and accessibility of civil protection orders among adolescents and young adults experiencing intimate partner violence.