Two research teams with representation from the School of Social Work received grants from the UW Population Health Initiative to improve access to health care among multicultural communities hit hard during the pandemic.
School researchers receive grants to improve health care for multicultural communities
Tracking and understanding anti-Asian racism during the pandemic
In response to the alarming rise in incidents of harassment and violence against Chinese Americans and others of Asian ancestry, a coalition called Stop AAPI Hate came together in March 2020. School of Social Work Associate Dean for Faculty Excellence David Takeuchi has joined a team of researchers across the country on the project.
Impact report on the Grand Challenges for Social Work highlights progress to date and future goals
A newly released impact report entitled Progress and Plans for the Grand Challenges highlights the many accomplishments made at the halfway mark of the 10-year initiative.
School of Social Work leadership statement deploring the rise in anti-Asian racist incidents
The rise in anti-Asian racist incidents in the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic—including violent attacks on older Asians, at least one attack leading to death—is an alarming development that requires urgent response at every level.
Indigenous and Latino health researcher E. Roberto Orellana joins School faculty
E. Roberto Orellana joins the School of Social Work as professor on March 16, where he will continue his research into health issues affecting Indigenous and Latinx communities.