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The Department of Child and Family Studies recently celebrated the fall 2023 class of the Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling program.
The USF students read Turkey Trouble and lead a hands-on activity with the elementary students at Achieve.
Dimitri Brunelle presented “Age-induced modulation in sound-evoked local field potentials in the inferior colliculus of CBA/CaJ mice."
Hyslip joined other experts to discuss whether digital forensics could impact the case against Donna Adelson.
The training gave Kristin Kosyluk, PhD, insight into challenges faced by first responders as she continues her research on first responder mental health and stigma.
Applied Behavior Analysis student Kalysta Gregory was awarded a $10,000 fellowship from Behavior Consulting of Tampa Bay.
Department of Child and Family Studies faculty and staff served as presenters or discussion facilitators forum.
They taught students about the field of speech-language pathology and covered various aspects of communication, swallowing, and evaluations.
The students attended various sessions and learned from and networked with companies in the exhibit hall.
Department of Mental Health Law and Policy faculty welcomed the graduates to the profession.
In two pinning ceremonies graduates of the Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) were welcomed into the profession by faculty, staff, and community partners.
CBCS faculty, staff, and graduate students talked with Provost Mohapatra about growth opportunities and challenges.
December 11, 2023College News