As a social work major from Teutopolis, Ill., Zakary Bushue spent his spring 2017 semester placed at a private facility near his hometown to work with children, birth to 3 years old who are at risk of developmental delays, for his practicum.
A leader, active volunteer and not to mention standout student, Katie Lugar of Terre Haute is a social work major pursuing a minor in psychology. She also received a certification in nonprofit leadership and management.
“She is a hard-working, motivated and determined individual, who strives to maintain the ideals of social work and ISU as a priority while she journeys through her academic and professional career,” said Robyn Lugar, associate professor in the department of social work. “She strives to cultivate success in others, not only in herself.”
Testing and evaluation of Google Glass by health care students has just begun, but educators say the device offers promise for improving health care education.