Eugenia Weiss

Breaking down walls and building connections with military-connected families

For Military Family Appreciation Month, we’re shining a spotlight on those who provide support and care to military-connected individuals.

Eugenia L. Weiss, clinical associate professor and director of the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work Orange County Academic Center, previously spent 18 years in private practice as a civilian working with military personnel and their families. She played an instrumental role in launching the school’s military social work track.

Weiss has also authored a number of journal articles and co-edited military and veteran families as well as higher education for veterans, making her uniquely positioned to provide insights on the unique […]

By |November 14th, 2017|Faculty, News|0 Comments

Gallery: Social Work professors discuss new veteran supports

On Saturday, April 18, Clinical Associate Professor Kimberly Finney moderated a panel discussion on how to better support veterans’ mental health, looking at new approaches drawn from scholarship and clinical experience. Held during the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, “Coming Home: New Approaches to Supporting Our Veterans” also included Clinical Associate Professor Eugenia Weiss, co-editor of Supporting Veterans in Higher Education: A Primer for Administrators, Faculty and Advisors, and Clinical Assistant Professor Kristen Zaleski, whose new book, Rape and Roll Call: Understanding and Treating Military Sexual Trauma, focuses on the epidemic of sexual violence in the military.

By |May 1st, 2015|Events, News|0 Comments