Today is the statewide day of action, general strike and silent march organized by Black Lives Matter Seattle-King County. Find timely pieces on racial justice here.
Stolen breaths, the silent march and general strike for Black lives, June 12
Leadership letter supports academia and state shutdown in solidarity with all Black lives
"This is a time of global response to historic and systemic racism, police brutality and injustice as Black Lives Matter protests and demonstrations are occurring across the nation and the world," writes the School's leadership team in a letter to the community.
UW researchers shine a light on racial disparities in peer review scores for NIH grants
In 2011, a study published in Science found that Black applicants for the prestigious and highly competitive National Institutes of Health (NIH) R01 research grants were 10 percentage points less likely to receive funding than their white counterparts.
Lecturer Stephen T. Wilson selected as Washington state’s social work educator of the year
Stephen T. Wilson, lecturer at the School of Social Work, was named the 2020 Washington State Social Work Educator of the Year by the National Association of Social Workers.
Successfully making the leap to remote learning
As the coronavirus gained a foothold in the Northwest, the School of Social Work, along with the University, moved all its classes and field instruction online on March 9, with two weeks left in the winter quarter. Read the full story.