Read a letter from Dr. Hye-Kyung Kang, the chair of Seattle U's Social Work Department, on Social Work Month this March.
Mar 6, 2023
Read More about Social Worth Month: Letter from Our Social Work Department Chair
As a prelude to the Racial Equity Summit on April 13th, the Office of Diversity & Inclusion is thrilled to welcome SU Alum, and author of White Fragility and Nice Racism, Robin DiAngelo, Ph.D. to our campus on Thursday, March 9, 2023.
Mar 4, 2023
To honor the end of Black History Month, see a list of suggested readings compiled by Seattle U's Social Work faculty.
Feb 27, 2023
Read More about Black History Month: Social Work Faculty Reading List
See upcoming events for the month of February, including events for Black History Month.
Feb 5, 2023
Funding will support the project, Race, Racialization and Resistance in the United States.
Jan 30, 2023
Read More about Seattle University Awarded $495,000 Grant from Mellon Foundation
Are you looking to find new opportunities to grow and succeed in your social work career? All social workers, throughout every career stage, are invited to attend NASW’s FREE 2023 Virtual Career Fair on January 31, 2023.
Jan 24, 2023
See Seattle University's updated food pantry hours for the winter quarter.
Jan 9, 2023
Read More about Seattle University winter quarter food pantry hours
The NASW New York City Chapter responds to the NYC Mayor Adams' plan to involuntarily hospitalize people who might pose danger to themselves, leaving the task of determining the presence of a serious mental illness the responsibility of the NYC police, emergency medical service workers, and other first responders.
Dec 30, 2022
Read More about Social Workers of New York City Respond to Mayor Adams Plans Surrounding Homeless Individuals
Dr. Angelique Davis, Seattle University professor of political science and African American studies, helped explain reasons for the Black-white homeownership gap in Washington in a story for KING 5 news.
Dec 18, 2022
Read More about KING 5 news: "Why housing discrimination is worse today than it was in the 1960s"