Ann T. Weick, PhD

Year Inducted


Career Field

Social Welfare


  • Nationally recognized as one of the most thoughtful and articulate scholars in the profession of social work
  • Co-edited one of the earliest and most influential social work books on women
  • Conceived and developed theoretical models currently shaping the field of social work
  • Dean of the School of Social Welfare, the only female academic Dean at the University of Kansas at the time
  • Chair of the Task Force on Racism, Discrimination, and Human Diversity
  • Chair of the Lawrence Alliance to create a discrimination-free community