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As the last rounds of the Major League Baseball draft commenced on Tuesday afternoon, two criminology students were chosen to take their baseball careers to the next level.
Former USF baseball captain David Villar was recently called up to play third base for the San Francisco Giants.
This designation recognizes individuals who continually distinguish themselves as exemplar teachers, scholars, and practitioners in the field.
As Criminology marks half a century at USF this year, our early faculty revisit the department's roots and look toward the future and the next 50 years to come.
Students in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders resume providing speech/language and hearing screenings to local children.
This fellowship supports the training of minority students who are committed to improving the quality of care provided to ethnic and racial minorities.
Criminology Associate Professor George W. Burruss, PhD took a different approach to his survey design class this past spring.
The team will identify and examine disparities in behavioral health service provision, accessibility, utilization, and outcomes
Assistant Professor Jerome Galea will join the editorial board for the Cambridge Prisms: Global Mental Health journal as it relaunches in January 2023.
The searchable library highlights integrated behavioral health resources for trainees and all those interested in promoting equity in behavioral health care.
Anthony Concepcion, PhD, BCBA-D was invited to serve on the editorial board for the Journal of Educators Online.