Social Work News

Four Social Work Faculty Awarded Fellowships and Promotions

Congratulations to our Social Work Professors! Dr. DeFilippis, Dr. Sinha, Dr. Kang, Dr. Cristofalo

Drs Kang, Cristofalo and Sinha from the Seattle University Social Work Department were each awarded a fellowship and Dr. DeFilippis was promoted to Associate Professor in the Social Work Department. Congratulations to our excellent professors!
Apr 8, 2021

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Record-Breaking Day of Giving

Thanks to you, Seattle U Gives was a success!

Seattle U’s fifth annual Seattle U Gives 2021 on February 25 raised $583,700, besting last year’s total by more than 40 percent. This year’s Seattle U Gives also set new records for the number of gifts received, alumni donors, donor-sponsored challenges and states represented in the donor pool.
Apr 1, 2021

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Make Plans to Attend Seattle U's Spring Virtual Graduate Fair

Virtual Graduate Programs Open House, Tuesday, April 13 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Pacific Time

We pursue a graduate degree for many different reasons, particularly in a rapidly changing world. Are you building your first job prospects, expanding your current skills, or perhaps anticipating a career change? Make plans to attend our Seattle University Virtual Graduate Programs Open House, Tuesday, April 13, from 4:30-6 p.m. Pacific Time
Mar 26, 2021

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Racist, colonialist and misogynist narrative abets violence against Asian women

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"It shouldn’t have to take a mass murder for my fellow Americans to take notice. Anti-Asian racism and violence are real and have a long history in the United States. The mass murder of Asian women in Atlanta is just the latest horror in the history of violence against Asian Americans that reaches as far back as the racially motivated massacre of Chinese immigrants in 1871 in Los Angeles." -Dr. Hye-Kyung Kang
Mar 19, 2021

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COVID-19 and Seattle U: One Year Later

COVID-19 One Year Later: Student with a mask walking on campus near trees

Life in a Pandemic: Remote instruction, virtual meetings and meet-ups—new traditions born out of necessity and in community.
Mar 12, 2021

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