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Bill Haley

Aging studies professor named top influential scholar in gerontology field

Bill Haley, PhD, Distinguished University Professor, was ranked No. 126 in the top 300 scientific contributors to the field of gerontology.

December 2, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Colleagues at work

Study: Too many – or too few – job demands can spoil a good night’s sleep

A new study by researchers in the School of Aging Studies reveals that the relationship between work demands and a good night’s rest is nuanced.

November 29, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Kathleen Heide and Shun-Yung (Kevin) Wang

Criminology team opens conference in Taiwan

Kathleen Heide, PhD and Shun-Yung (Kevin) Wang, PhD gave the opening keynote speech at the 2022 Conference on Forensic Psychology at National Chung Cheng University in Taiwan.

November 28, 2022College News, Criminology

Students participate in the Great American Teach In

Students share speech-language pathology career path during Great American Teach-In

The USF chapter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association visited Sligh Middle School.

November 21, 2022College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

Rep. Koster, faculty, students, and staff

Florida Rep. Traci Koster visits the Marriage and Family Therapy program

Koster received recognition for her sponsorship of Florida House Bill 343/Mental Health Professional Licensure.

November 21, 2022Child and Family Studies, College News

Elizabeth Perkins, PhD

CFS associate research professor recognized for disability advocacy

Elizabeth Perkins, PhD is the 2022 recipient of the George S. Jesien Distinguished Achievement Award from the Association of University Centers on Disabilities.

November 21, 2022Child and Family Studies, College News

Eric Eisenberg, Julie Serovich, Richard Weinberg, Rhea Law

CFS clinical associate professor recognized for exemplary teaching

Richard Weinberg, PhD, ABPP, was awarded the Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award and was commended for his effective teaching, innovation, and commitment to students and their success.

November 21, 2022Child and Family Studies, College News

Michelle Arnold presents at the 2022 ASHA Convention

CSD researchers present at 2022 ASHA Convention

Faculty and students from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders attended the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention in New Orleans.

November 20, 2022College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

CFS team at ACRM Conference

CFS researchers share expertise at ACRM 2022 Annual Conference

The team presented on multicultural and ethical considerations of behavioral health at the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Conference.

November 18, 2022Child and Family Studies, College News

Chris Simmons, Lianna Hernandez, and Cayley Baker

Social Work faculty and students present at APHA 2022 Annual Meeting and Expo

Chris Simmons, PhD and graduate students Lianna Hernandez and Cayley Baker presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting.

November 14, 2022College News, School of Social Work

School of Aging Studies at GSA Conference

Aging studies researchers attend GSA Conference

Students, faculty, and researchers representing the School of Aging Studies attended the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) Conference in Indiana.

November 11, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Rio Tate

Student spotlight: Rio Tate

Military veteran and School of Aging Studies student Rio Tate is determined to continue to serve his community through inclusive research that focuses on disparities in dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

November 11, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

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The Mission of the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences (CBCS) is to advance knowledge through interdisciplinary teaching, research, and service that improves the capacity of individuals, families, and diverse communities to promote productive, satisfying, healthy, and safe lives across the lifespan. CBCS envisions the college as a globally recognized leader that creates innovative solutions to complex conditions that affect the behavior and well-being of individuals, families, and diverse communities.