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Beth Boone

FCIC names new associate director

Beth Boone, PhD, BCBA has dedicated her career to working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

March 6, 2023Child and Family Studies, College News

Christina Dillahunt-Aspillaga and Debra Dobbs

CBCS researchers awarded travel grants

These grants support USF faculty to attend major international professional meetings and conferences and give keynote speeches, plenary presentations, or performances.

February 20, 2023Child and Family Studies, College News, School of Aging Studies

Marilyn Stern

CFS professor to serve as member of NHLBI Single-Site and Pilot Clinical Trials Study Section

Marilyn Stern, PhD, CRC, professor in the Department of Child and Family Studies (CFS), will begin her term in July.

February 17, 2023Child and Family Studies, College News

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CRMHC career fair connects students with future employers

The USF Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling (CRMHC) Program recently hosted their annual Field Placement and Employment Fair.

February 17, 2023Child and Family Studies, College News

The Tampa Midtown Rotary Club presents check to University of South Florida CARD and ABA representatives

Tampa Midtown Rotary Club gifts $22,000 to USF-CARD and ABA program

The Tampa Midtown Rotary Club presented $22,000 to support USF programs that help individuals with autism and their families.

January 13, 2023Child and Family Studies, College News

Elizabeth Perkins

Associate research professor receives Service to the Association Award from AAIDD

Elizabeth Perkins, PhD has been a highly active member of the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD) for more than 20 years.

January 13, 2023Child and Family Studies, College News

Raymond Miltenberger

CFS professor presents research on teaching safety skills to children

Raymond Miltenberger, PhD, BCBA-D presented his research as part of the Pints of Science Quarterly Lecture Series.

January 12, 2023Child and Family Studies, College News

Dae Sheridan

Former instructor creates a lasting legacy with endowed scholarship in CRMHC

Dae Sheridan, PhD, LMHC, CRC, along with her husband Scott, recently established the Dr. Dae Sheridan Endowed Scholarship.

January 10, 2023Child and Family Studies, College News

Linda M. Callejas

CFS research assistant professor elected to Global Alliance Board of Directors

Linda Callejas, PhD, will serve as a member-at-large to the board of directors for the Global Alliance for Behavioral Health and Social Justice for two years.

January 9, 2023Child and Family Studies, College News

Erio Alvarez

Celebrating 50 years of CRMHC: Meet one of the program’s first graduates

When the very first cohort of rehabilitation counseling students at the University of South Florida graduated, among them was Erio Alvarez, a recent veteran whose degree would advance his trailblazing career in corrections.

January 5, 2023Child and Family Studies, College News

Christine Rover, Beth Boone, Karen Berkman, Julianne Serovich

Past executive director gives $100K to program that supports young adults with autism

Dr. Karen A. Berkman’s gift will benefit students in The Learning Academy.

December 15, 2022Child and Family Studies, College News

University of South Florida, College of Behavioral and Community Sciences

CBCS students participate in IPE Day 2022

Seven CBCS students participated in the 5th annual Interprofessional Education (IPE) Day at the USF Health Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation last month.

December 9, 2022Child and Family Studies, College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, School of Social Work

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