Taylene Watson, executive director of the National Association of Social Workers, Washington Chapter, and clinical associate professor at the School of Social Work, passed away March 28, 2020.
Taylene Watson, social work leader and exemplary student mentor, dies
Listening to the community is central to improving Latino health
Community collaboration, advocacy and culturally responsive research are hallmarks of work carried out at the Latino Center for Health, according to Associate Professor Gino Aisenberg, the center’s co-director.
Dean Eddie Uehara inducted as 2020 SSWR Fellow
Eddie Uehara, Professor and Ballmer Endowed Dean in Social Work, was invited to join the 2020 class of Fellows of the Society for Social Work and Research.
Paula Nurius, associate dean, named to national board
Paula Nurius, associate dean for transdisciplinary scholarship and Grace Beals-Ferguson Scholar at the School of Social Work, was recently selected to serve on the national board of the American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare.
Jennifer Stuber receives Yale School of Public Health alumni award, is named a NASW public citizen of the year
Associate Professor Jennifer Stuber, co-founder of the School’s Forefront Suicide Prevention Center of Excellence, will receive two significant awards for her innovative work on suicide prevention policy, education, outreach and research.