“Come As You Are,” an art exhibition from the LEAP Artist Collective, opens October 10 at the School of Social Work’s first floor gallery. The exhibit continues through December 13.
“Come As You Are” exhibit celebrates art and community
Fredriksen Goldsen receives inaugural NIH Sexual & Gender Minority Distinguished Investigator Award
The National Institutes of Health’s Sexual & Gender Minority Research Office (SGMRO) has selected Karen Fredriksen Goldsen to receive its 2019 Distinguished Investigator Award.
Ending racially charged division and its tragic aftermath
Today, the UW School of Social Work stands with UW President Ana Mari Cauce and the entire university community, in a place where we have too often stood before: voicing our collective grief and deepest condolences to the loved ones of those killed by mass shootings in our country.
Latino Center for Health receives state funds to conduct statewide Latinx physician-supply study
The Latino Center for Health received $150,000 from the Washington state legislature to conduct a study identifying the number of Latinx physicians statewide along with their practice areas and geographic locations.
Esteemed educator emeritus and community leader Anthony Ishisaka dies
On July 9, former School of Social Work associate professor, tireless supporter of Seattle’s Asian and Pacific islander communities, and dedicated student mentor Anthony Hideki Ishisaka died unexpectedly and peacefully at home in his sleep. He was 75 years old.