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College of Behavioral and Community Sciences


Remembering Professor Emeritus Sue Saxon

Sue Saxon and Mary Jean Etten

Mary Jean Etten and Sue Saxon attended the 2014 School of Aging Studies Preceptors Award Reception.

Sue Saxon, PhD, an emeritus professor who retired from USF in 2002, died last week. Saxon joined the faculty in 1963 and taught a variety of courses, including the popular graduate and undergraduate courses in physical change and aging. The School of Aging Studies honors her legacy with the annual selection of the Sue Saxon Outstanding Teaching awardee.

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