Following the deadly anti-Muslim attack in Christchurch, Aotearoa/New Zealand, the School of Social Work leadership calls for unity in supporting communities in the face of fear, intolerance and violence.
Supporting communities in the face of fear, intolerance and violence
School of Social Work child and family welfare expert James K. Whittaker celebrates the 50th anniversary of landmark book, The Other 23 Hours
The Other 23 Hours: Child Care Work with Emotionally Disturbed Children in a Therapeutic Milieu, a groundbreaking publication for care staff working with challenging children and youth, celebrates 50 years in print.
School research study receives $3.6 million to develop an intervention for LGBT older adults with memory loss
A new evidence-based intervention for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender older adults living with memory loss, including those with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias was awarded a five-year $3.6 million grant.
Assessing health disparities among Washington state agricultural workers
Washington is the third largest exporter of food and agricultural goods in the country. The UW schools of social work, public health and medicine are conducting a study to assess health disparities among agricultural workers who support this thriving industry.
Othello-UW Commons provides home base for School of Social Work community engagement initiatives
On Jan. 16, a new 2,200-square-foot facility known as the Othello-UW Commons opens to the public, connecting South Seattle communities with the University of Washington to promote understanding, engagement and research-based initiatives focused on addressing specific community concerns.