SOCIOLOGY, SOCIAL WORK, AND ANTHROPOLOGY
Clinical Associate Professor
- MSW - University of Georgia - 1991
- BS - Kennesaw State University - 1989
Social Work Practice, Theory, and Policy; Child Welfare; Gay and Lesbian Issues.
Gay and Lesbian Adoption; Student Self-Efficacy; Teaching Pedagogy; HIV-related Issues
Sean Camp has been active in the field of foster care and adoption for over 25 years. He received his Master of Social Work from University of Georgia in 1991 and was State Director for a multisite Child-Placing Agency for many years before coming to Utah State University as a Professor of Social Work. Sean has specialties in the areas of working with children who have been abused, transitional behavioral difficulties, and child sexual behavior management. Sean also serves as the Clinical Director for a local proctor care agency, and is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Social Work from the University of Georgia.