Jess Lucero recognized for work with refugees
Jess Lucero, MSW Program Coordinator and Associate Professor, is recognized for her volunteer work with refugees in Cache valley.
Dr. Susan Cutler Egbert Featured as Expert on Caring for Those in the Child Welfare System
Caring means having intimate and human connection with others. And it can be expressed in multiple ways -- from helping an elderly person cross the street to fighting a house fire. But certain parts of America put this into practice more than others.
USU Hosts Experts from the International Women's House
USU Social Work's Transforming Communities Initiative (TCI), in partnership with the Family Communication & Relationship Lab, the Mountain West Center for Regional Studies, and Fight Against Domestic Violence, were pleased to host Dr. Anna Z. Blau and Lau...
USU Social Work Students and Alumni Defend DACA
USU Social Work students and alumni demonstrated support for Dreamers and the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program on September 12, 2017 in Logan, UT.
BSW Student Becca Huppi wins Robins Award
USU BSW Student Becca Huppi receives Val R. Christensen Service Award
SSWA 2016 Thanksgiving Service Project
For Thanksgiving 2016, due to the generosity of our Social Work Student Association (SWSA) members and the Department of Sociology, Social Work & Anthropology (SSWA) faculty, SWSA delivered 40 full Thanksgiving meals to The Family Place and another 40 to ...
Federal government recognizes USU community service
On Wednesday nights, the residents of Williamsburg Retirement Community in Logan don't just have manicures or poker to look forward to -- they have their "Grandfriends," too.
Dealing with Domestic Violence: How a USU Alumna Helps Children Find Healing
The United States Justice Department estimates 1 in 15 children are exposed to domestic violence each year, and USU alumnus, Catherine Jurado, knows exactly what witnessing this violence does to children.
Following Dream of Changing Students' Lives, New Professor has 'Made it So'
In the department of social work, Diane Calloway-Graham can now be called professor -- or her office nickname: Practicum Goddess.
USU officials get DOJ funds for sexual violence prevention
Utah State University has secured funds from the U.S. Department of Justice to create a community response for dealing with sexual violence and creating more of a safety net for victims.
Grant Galvanizes Plan to Create Community-Wide Response to Sexual Assault
Months before sexual assaults on campus became newspaper headlines, two women -- one a Utah State University social scientist and the other an advocate and therapist -- began seeking funds to create a safety net for victims.
USU Social Work Program Partners with the Division of Fair Housing
to assess the public's knowledge and attitudes regarding the Fair Housing Law. Dr. David Parker, the Education Outreach Specialist at Utah's Division of Fair Housing, and Dr. Jessica Lucero and Professor Jenifer Evers are working with USU undergraduate so...
Bret Nielsen speaks on a panel at the University of Wyoming's MLK Days of Dialogue
Bret Nielsen, a senior in the social work program at USU, was invited to speak on a panel at the University of Wyoming's MLK Days of Dialogue.