Rutgers student Kaysie Getty was recognized for her efforts to improve the lives of foster care youth.
Participants recount episodes of severe verbal and physical abuse that began in childhood.
About 40 million Americans play fantasy sports, which results in a huge windfall for sports sites.
Wilfredo Rodriguez breaks through walls to help the close-knit military community heal.
Devastating loss and difficulties led Kareim Oliphant to achieve a master’s degree in social work.
About 70 percent of Rutgers social work students eventually go into supervision and management.
Maria Hernandez is helping to affect the lives of children who long to be part of a forever family.
The center serves mostly Spanish speakers, nearly a third of them undocumented immigrants who traditionally turn to emergency rooms for care.
The researchers advocate that the Chinese government reform policy provide more support to migrant schools.
Managing expectations is the key to happier holiday gatherings with in-laws.
Rutgers conference seeks to remove stigma from behavioral health discussions in the workplace.
The Rutgers School of Social Work is piloting the campus sexual assault survey for the White House.
Future social workers use what they learn to help people process the meaning of loss in their lives.
The research demonstrates that survivors of domestic violence need targeted financial tools and resources to help them recover.
Researchers aim to shed light on what has helped or hindered people in their ongoing recovery.
According to the task force’s first report, one in five women is sexually assaulted at college.
Graduate student John Turner grew up in Camden and now helps to provide services in poor communities.
Cierra Kaler-Jones, who overcame developmental hip dysplasia to become a dancer, wowed the judges with her performance. Her perseverance has led the rising senior to her next competition, Miss America.
After losing a friend to a drug overdose, Frank Greenagel chose a career in social work.
Males and minority groups have experienced the sharpest decline, some graduating as late as age 24.