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.
Othello-UW Commons provides home base for School of Social Work community engagement initiatives
Noted social work researcher Matthew O. Howard, PhD and MSW alumnus, dies
Social work scholar, respected teacher and beloved mentor Matthew O. Howard died Saturday, Dec. 15, in southern Virginia, following a lengthy hospitalization. He had suffered a heart attack and several strokes in early September. He was 62 years old.
Exhibit featuring Vibrant Palette artists opens Jan. 2 at School of Social Work
January is traditionally a time of reflection, when people resolve to improve or change behaviors. See how artists conceptualize that tradition in “New Resolutions,” the School's first art exhibit of the new year.
Three School scholars contribute chapters to book on social work science
Shaping a Science of Social Work, a new publication by Oxford University Press, includes chapters written by three scholars from the School of Social Work.
School prevention experts Hawkins and Catalano release new book and receive distinguished career achievement award
Communities That Care: Building Community Engagement and Capacity to Prevent Youth Behavior Problems, a new publication by Oxford University Press, is the first comprehensive description of Communities That Care, a community-based prevention system pioneered at the School's Social Development Research Group.