Uehara

Edwina S. Uehara, PhD '87

2007 Recipient of the Edith Abbott Award

Past Award Winners

Edwina S. Uehara, Ph.D. '87, was named the Edith Abbott Award recipient at a celebration held during SSA's Alumni Weekend on June 2, 2007. The Abbott Award is given to an SSA graduate who has demonstrated extraordinary career success and consistent, long-term, high level achievement. 

Uehara currently serves as dean of the University of Washington's School of Social Work. Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Washington, she completed a National Institute of Mental Health postdoctoral fellowship in mental health services at the University of Chicago. Her active research agenda looks at the effects of violence both in urban environments and on immigrants who experienced violence in Southeast Asia. In addition, she is interested in social networks, social support systems, and the financing and organization of health services, particularly as they affect economically disadvantaged ethnic minority populations.

Margaret Marion

Margaret Marion, AB '12, AM '13

“The hardest decision I had to make when I was applying for the AB/AM program was whether to become an administrative or clinical student,” says Margaret Marion, AB '12. “I understood that whichever track I chose, I would still have room to pursue classes in the other track that fit in with my academic and professional goals"