University of South Florida
College of Behavioral and Community Sciences
Visiting Researchers from National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
International Issues in Aging Lecture, January 2017
Lydia Hentschel received Wiley P. Mangum Outstanding Service Award
Mock Interview Night 2016
Doctoral student Amber Tetlow conducts research on older drivers for the Cognitive
Aging Lab in collaboration with the USF Health Byrd Alzheimer’s institute.
The Florida Policy Exchange Center on Aging provides research and policy analysis
to agencies and stakeholders about older adult issues to advance public policy and
Cecilia Ferguson, a double major in Aging Sciences and Nursing, was recognized for
her accomplishments at the May 2017 graduation ceremony.