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Multiple CBCS students have been named recipients of various fellowships to support the completion of their doctoral degrees.
Bloom was recognized at the 2023 Association for Behavior Analysis Conference.
The organization is long-time leader in transition and employment services for autistic adults. This rebrand aims to reflect how the organization has grown.
Donald Kincaid, EdD helped form the Association for Positive Behavior Support and served on the board for many years, with three terms as president.
Tammy Jorgensen Smith, PhD, CRC has been invited to serve as an associate editor for Frontiers in Rehabilitation Sciences.
The recipients of the 2023 Student Employees of the Year Award are Genaro Lopez and Arturo Garcia.
The students recently participated in poster presentation sessions, sharing the findings of their research projects with fellow students, faculty, and mentors.
Multiple CBCS students were honored at the Student Research Awards Luncheon hosted by USF Research and Innovation.
Projects led by faculty in the College of Education and College of Behavioral and Community Sciences will address mental health in K-12 students.
Arturo Garcia, a doctoral student in the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program, was invited to present his research at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.
The grant will support a project to prepare 40 high-quality behavior analysts and social workers from diverse backgrounds to work in school-based settings.
Kristin Kosyluk, PhD and Heather Peshak George, PhD each received the award.