Abigail Maurera: Community Leader

Abigail Maurera, HS ’23, has found purpose in serving others, becoming an extraordinary community leader. In recognition of their accomplishments, Abigail was named one of the Husky 100. Read the full article on the campus news blog.

August 18, 2023

New UW Program: Expanding Training for Health Care

Meghan Eagen-Torkko, Director of Nursing, and colleagues Molly Altman and Monica McLemore, are preparing a unique program to provide clinical opportunity for advanced practice clinicians to provide abortions and other sexual and reproductive health care.

February 15, 2023

Get to know Jason Daniel-Ulloa!

Meet Assistant Teaching Professor Jason Daniel-Ulloa! Dr. Daniel-Ulloa is currently working on a photovoice project focused on the experiences of discrimination that students faced at UWB.

January 20, 2023

Meet Stefanie Iverson Cabral!

Get to know Assistant Teaching Professor Stefanie Iverson Cabral! Dr. Iverson Cabral is teaching "Infectious Disease Detectives" this quarter.

January 13, 2023

Cavanaugh Offers Ecopsychology Courses

Read about Daniel Cavanaugh's courses on Ecopsychology and their benefit to students. The field of Ecopsychology centers on the emotional, physical, and even spiritual bonds between human beings and the Earth.

January 9, 2023

Appel Studies the “New Normal”

With a $100k grant from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, Dr. Hoa Appel used a new patient-centered approach to study how the “new normal” school environment during COVID-19 impacted student mental health in Seattle-area schools.

December 20, 2022

SNHS Announces New Program: Master of Science in Community Health & Social Justice

The School of Nursing & Health Studies is proud to announce the launch of the new Master of Science in Community Health & Social Justice! Students will explore the root causes of health inequities, promote and implement anti-racist policies and social justice through community health programming, and develop the leadership skills to serve and uplift historically marginalized communities. Classwork will be in social justice, history and ethics, research theory, advocacy, social epidemiology, inclusive health care management and related topics.

December 9, 2022