University of South Florida

College of Behavioral and Community Sciences


CFS clinical associate professor recognized for exemplary teaching

Eric Eisenberg, Julie Serovich, Richard Weinberg, Rhea Law

Interim Provost Eric Eisenberg, CBCS Dean Julie Serovich, Clinical Associate Professor Richard Weinberg, and USF President Rhea Law celebrate Weinberg's award

Richard Weinberg, PhD, ABPP, clinical associate professor in the Department of Child and Family Studies (CFS), was awarded the Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award from the Provost's Office.

Weinberg was commended for his effective teaching, innovation, and commitment to students and their success. This award celebrates faculty who reflect USF's mission to ensure that the undergraduate curriculum prepares students for work in the major and provides the proper foundation in critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills.

"I absolutely love teaching and am very grateful for the opportunity to meet, get to know, and share ideas with both undergraduates as well as graduate students," says Weinberg. "To be commended for an activity and career that I so enjoy makes me realize how truly blessed I am."

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