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2021 News

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CARD-USF Gifted Special Artwork Now On Display Celebrating Autism Acceptance

The print portrays children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder as puzzle pieces, reflecting the difficulty in understanding autism spectrum disorder.

Professor Jason Anthony Provides Expertise to Florida's Association of Early Learning Coalitions and Committee for Early Grade Success

He has extensive expertise in the foundational roles of language, literacy and mathematics development in early childhood and has recently been sought out to share knowledge gained from his research in the assessment of children, family-and school-based interventions, and program evaluation and statistics.

Associate Professor Tina Dillahunt-Aspillaga Co-authors Article on Traumatic Brain Injury in the Military and Veteran Unemployment

The article focuses on return to work as an important reintegration outcome for veterans and service members with traumatic brain injury.

CFS Faculty Author Five Chapters in Book Focused on Supports for Students with Problem Behavior

A second edition of Individualized Supports for Students with Problem Behaviors: Designing Positive Behavior Plans will be released April 15, 2021, and out of the 14 chapters, 5 of them are co-authored by CFS faculty.

CFS Professor Don Kincaid Elected President for the Association for Positive Behavior Support

Since its inception in 2006-2007, the Association has been led by multiple elected presidents from USF.

CFS Research Professor Heather Peshak George Develops Behavior Management Guides for Education Hub in New Zealand

She recently developed 7 research guides on behavior management for the non-profit education group, The Education Hub in New Zealand.

New Registered Behavior Technician® (RBT®) 40-Hour Training Provider Pass-Rate Report Ranks USF Program Third in the Nation

USF ranks third in the nation among 24 RBT training programs that trained 50 or more RBT® examination candidates in 2020.

ABA Program Director Dr. Ray Miltenberger Among 2 CBCS Faculty Named New AAAS Fellows

AAAS Fellows are recognized for their achievements across disciplines.

CFS Professor David Chiriboga Among CBCS Faculty Contributing to Research on Health Vulnerabilities of Korean Americans

He is part of an international team of scholars researching mental and physical health vulnerabilities of older Koreans in Korea and the US.

USF to Work with Florida Department of Juvenile Justice to Evaluate and Offer Services for Youth

CFS Associate Professor Tina Dillahunt-Aspillaga has received a three-year $750,000 grant from the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice  to evaluate and offer services for youth with traumatic brain injuries.

Florida HIPPY T&TA Center to Conduct Pilot Test as Part of the Florida Office of Early Learning's Preschool Development Grant

The pilot project is aimed at testing the delivery of early childhood online digital supports to improve children’s school readiness skills. 

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