Ashley McCraw is graduating with a BS in Human Development and Family Sciences this June. She will start a master of counseling – school counseling program at Idaho State University this fall.
Hannah Bittner Zurjanova, HDFS ’14, and her husband shuttle between cities in the EU and Uzhhorod, Ukraine to provide relief.
The new center will provide support and training from an anti-bias, culturally responsive lens to better equip educators who care for children from marginalized populations and for children who have experienced trauma.
By 2030, 1 in 5 Americans is projected to be 65 or older, and this generation desires a more holistic approach to aging and caregiving, especially in underserved populations/communities.
Residents are struggling to find housing, wrestling with government bureaucracy and worried about toxins in the water, air and soil, all while burdened by the trauma of losing their homes.
From psychology to HDFS, doctoral student broadens her lens, examines health and well-being as we age