By Meghan Chua
After more than 30 years of lecturing at the School of Social Work, instructor Susan Kidd Webster received the Social Work Achievement Award in March for her dedication to the profession.
The award recognizes Kidd Webster’s “outstanding contributions and 35 years of dedication to social work.” Those years of work encompass mentoring students, working with prominent agencies and programs that provide disability services nationwide, and serving as a core interdisciplinary advisor to the UW Global Health Institute.
Additionally, Kidd Webster chaired the Social Work International Committee and played a vital role in connecting students to international social work opportunities. Former student Rachel Rakower Barak said Kidd Webster created the chance for her to do an internship in Peru during her time as a student....