In an open letter to the School of Social Work community, its leadership team calls for unity in the face of unrelenting social injustice.
"Once again, it is time for us to stand together for justice"
Grant funds research to develop COVID-19 communications for Latino agricultural workers in Yakima County
A project to assess and address the need for public health messages dealing with the coronavirus outbreak and targeted to Latino immigrants in Yakima County recently received a UW Population Health Initiative COVID-19 rapid response grant.
Forefront Suicide Prevention moves to digital delivery with support from Pivotal Ventures
Forefront Suicide Prevention in the School of Social Work at the University of Washington announced today that it has received a gift from Pivotal Ventures, an investment and incubation company created by Melinda Gates, to support programs to reduce suicides across Washington state.
Student Emergency Fund: Rapid response to a fast-growing need
The Student Emergency Fund, created in record time by a team of faculty and staff who came together during the early days of the pandemic, emerged as a much-needed source of unrestricted support for undergraduate and graduate students at the School of Social Work.
Health sciences students selected for inaugural Latino Center for Health fellowship program
A group of 10 health sciences students from the University of Washington and Heritage University in Toppenish, Wash., were selected as the first recipients of the Latino Center for Health’s Student Scholars Fellowship Program.