Community and alumni

Recent grads Hannah Mang-Wooley and Andrew Doerpinghaus with Maxine Gibson, School of Social Work Practicum Coordinator and Alumni
Recent grads Hannah Mang-Wooley and Andrew Doerpinghaus with Maxine Gibson, School of Social Work Practicum Coordinator and Alumni

As of 2015, there are more than 4,000 BSW and MSW graduates from UVic's School of Social Work. Our alumni work and reside in communities across the country as well as overseas.

Our school in action

Poster for Francis Dick gallery and danceOn June 10, 2017, the School of Social Work presented Francis Dick: Kwakwaka'Wakw Artist, Art Gallery & 'Spirits of the Forest' Mask Dance. This Dance tells the story of how all the lifeforms and elements of the forest - including humans- are interdependent (performed at the Farquhar Auditorium, UVic). This successful event included an Art Gallery & Reception at the First Peoples House Ceremonial Hall, UVic. Ticket proceeds went in support of UVic Indigenous Students.


Cheryl Aro with her motherUVic study by Cheryl Aro, Instructor and Indigenous Field Education Coordinator in the School of Social Work, explores dementia care among First Nations communities.


Dianne, Pam, and MichaelOn March 16, 2017, Dianne and Michael from BCASW presented UVic School of Social Work Professor Emerita, Pam Miller with the CASW Award for Distinguished Service. The evening was fun and lively just like our Pam!


Transnational Social WorkMehmoona Moosa-Mitha, Associate Professor in the School of Social Work, provides insight on a feminist perspective of transnational social work. Audio clip (42 minutes)


Indigenous Presence report coverFaculty Professor Jeannine Carriere and Adjunct Associate Professor, Catherine Richardson, co-author the recent book Calling Our Familes Home: Métis Peoples Experience with Child Welfare