CRMHC associate professor to serve as journal's associate editor
05/26/23 — Tammy Jorgensen Smith, PhD, CRC has been invited to serve as an associate editor for Frontiers in Rehabilitation Sciences.
A group of social work students traveled throughout Spain this summer, where they visited a school, social services center, hospital, and historical landmarks, documenting their study abroad experience in a blog.
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 Department of Criminology hosted its annual induction of its Wall of Fame honorees. In celebration of the department's 50th anniversary, faculty members spoke about the history and growth of the criminology programs at USF.
Ten brave students recently took the stage as part of This Is My Brave: College Edition at USF to reduce stigma by sharing stories of their lived experiences with mental illness and addiction.
The Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling program celebrated its 50th anniversary this year. A gala reunited those who have contributed to the program's growth over the decades.
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.