In the News
Psychology Professor Receives Fulbright Award to Collaborate on Pediatric HIV Prevention and Treatment Research
Fear and Stress about COVID-19 is Related to More Drinking, Survey Finds
Remote Work in the COVID-19 Era
Tammy Allen provides APS backgrounder on working remotely during COVID-19.
Judy Bryant offers advice to parents for helping their children deal with the Covid 19 situation
Judy Bryant offers advice to parents for helping their children deal with the Covid 19 situation.
Alumna Dr. Maria Brea-Spahn Wins Prestigious Faculty Award at NYU
In February, Dr. Maria Brea-Spahn received a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Faculty Award at NYU. Dr. Brea-Spahn is a Clinical Associate Professor and the Director of the Bilingual Extension Program in the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders at NYU. The purpose of this award is to recognize outstanding faculty who exemplify the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through teaching excellence, leadership, social justice activism, and community building. Dr. Brea-Spahn received her PhD from USF in 2009.
How 'They' Became The Word Of The Year
Jane is featured on University Beat today discussing her two decades of research on the use of “they” as a singular, gender-neutral pronoun.
I spent half my life on antidepressants. Today, I’m off the medication and feel all right.
Jon Rottenberg is quoted in this WaPo article.
Why do people wind up back in jail? In Pasco, USF researchers try to find out
A recently-published study co-authored by Edelyn Verona and doctoral student Lauren Fournier (along with criminology professor Bryanna Fox) is described in today’s Tampa Bay Times.
The research explored risk factors for incarceration in inmates in Pasco County jails.