Researchers at the School of Social Work are part of a new consortium that received a five-year, $20 million grant to help develop a national center to engage and empower foster youth ages 12 to 20.
School receives $2.6 million as part of new national effort focused on foster youth
Social work professor Marian Harris named interim vice chancellor for equity and inclusion at UW Tacoma
Today, UW Tacoma Chancellor Sheila Edwards Lange announced that Professor Marian Harris will serve as interim vice chancellor for equity and inclusion.
Celebrate National First-Generation College Student Day on Nov. 8
The Social Work Alumni Advocacy Partners, or SWAAP, is hosting its first event on Monday, Nov. 8 to recognize National First-Generation College Student Day.
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.
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.