Yma Campozano, a student in the Masters of Social Work program and intern for the Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD), received this year’s Status of Latinos (SOL) Committee Award. Campozano was commended for her contributions to the university and the Hispanic community during the USF Hispanic Heritage Celebration Awards hosted by USF’s SOL Committee. She is a co-host on CARD’s "La Hora del Cafecito" show, which serves as an informational resource for the Spanish-speaking autism community. Read more.
MSW student and CARD-USF intern receives Status of Latinos Committee Award
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