October 11, 2021

Indigenous Peoples' Day: Honoring the First Peoples of the Americas

President Biden has just declared October 11 a national holiday to honor Indigenous Peoples' Day.

October 8, 2021

Doctoral student Santino Camacho selected for Robert Wood Johnson Foundation leadership program

Santino (Tino) Camacho, a PhD candidate at the School, was chosen as a Health Policy Research Scholar, one of the leadership programs sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 

October 6, 2021

New alumni committee sets priorities based on recent alumni survey results

SWAAP is a new alumni initiative that connects social work alumni with current and prospective BASW, MSW and PhD students, as well as early career alumni.

September 30, 2021

New study on midlife adults receives $2.5 million grant

Researchers at the School of Social Work's Social Development Research Group were recently awarded $2.5 million over five years to study the role of alcohol, social environments and preventive intervention in midlife adults aged 40 to 60.

September 29, 2021

Dean Uehara extends a warm welcome to our social work community as the academic year begins

We are excited to be together in person again, after over 18 months of studying and working remotely. COVID-19 has radically changed our lives in countless ways.