09/22/23 — International scholar Nawdeep Puranik will work with Debra Dobbs, PhD on the MAIA Project.
College of Behavioral & Community Sciences | University of South Florida
An FMHI Summer Research Institute student is the first to complete his research project with support from the Florida High Tech Corridor Undergraduate Research Initiative awarded through CBCS.
U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor visited campus for a community round-table discussion on human trafficking. State leadership recently designated the TiP Lab as Florida’s repository for human trafficking data.
A total of 258 students graduated during USF's Summer 2023 Commencement with degrees from the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences. We're happy to recognize a few outstanding students from this graduating class.
MSW student Haley Hines-Gaal spoke at the June Florida Board of Governors meeting about how having an online option to continue her social work education was critical to her success.
Three emeritus professors from CBCS are honoring their mothers by providing students a gift that was unavailable to most women of their mothers’ generation – the gift of education.
The USF College of Behavioral and Community Sciences, in partnership with the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay, is offering a course designed to help managers and employees become more well-versed in addressing mental health and its impact on their organizations. This important course is 100% online, free, and open to the public, with the opportunity to earn certification and digital badging.