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scholarship recipients and Ellen Nizzi

Students receive scholarships to support undergraduate research

CBCS students were selected as recipients of scholarships funded by The Moms Project and the Florida High Tech Corridor.

April 1, 2024Child and Family Studies, College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Criminology, School of Social Work

Celine Davis presents her poster at the symposium

CBCS students awarded at 2024 Graduate Research Symposium

Multiple CBCS students participated in the symposium, and three students were selected as winners for their presentations.

March 29, 2024College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, School of Aging Studies, School of Social Work

Deb Dobbs and Natalia Babenko

CBCS students participate in USF Health Research Day

School of Aging Studies and Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders students attended USF Health Research Day.

March 25, 2024College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, School of Aging Studies

SLP and ITT students work together

CSD students team up in collaborative workshop

Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) interpreter and speech-language pathology students worked together on a treatment plan and therapy session.

February 16, 2024College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

Michelle Arnold, Dasha Rhodes, Amy Gierhahn, Howard Goldstein, Jack Drobisz, and Marie Sepulveda

CBCS faculty and staff judge Hillsborough County STEM Fair

The team judged presentations at the 2024 Hillsborough Regional Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Fair.

February 9, 2024Child and Family Studies, College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Mental Health Law and Policy, School of Social Work

Nik Lampe, Michelle Kapolowicz, Gerald Imaezue

Fall 2023 CBCS Internal Grant Award recipients announced

Congratulations to Nik Lampe, PhD; Michelle Kapolowicz, PhD; and Gerald Imaezue, PhD.

February 7, 2024College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Mental Health Law and Policy

Julie Serovich and Patty Cleveland

Faculty and staff recognized for commitment to CBCS

College faculty and staff gathered in the MHC atrium to celebrate those who have reached milestones in their career at USF.

January 29, 2024Child and Family Studies, College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Criminology, Mental Health Law and Policy, School of Aging Studies, School of Social Work

USF students read to children

BLLING members volunteer at local school to improve students' bilingual literacy

The USF students read Turkey Trouble and lead a hands-on activity with the elementary students at Achieve.

December 15, 2023College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

Dimitri Brunelle and his poster

CSD PhD student presents at premier neuroscience conference

Dimitri Brunelle presented “Age-induced modulation in sound-evoked local field potentials in the inferior colliculus of CBA/CaJ mice."

December 15, 2023College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

CSD students show elementary students a model of a mouth

CSD graduate students participate in Great American Teach-In

They taught students about the field of speech-language pathology and covered various aspects of communication, swallowing, and evaluations.

December 11, 2023College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

CSD students smile for a picture in front of ASHA sign

CSD students attend ASHA Convention

The students attended various sessions and learned from and networked with companies in the exhibit hall.

December 11, 2023College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

About College of Behavioral & Community Sciences News

The Mission of the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences (CBCS) is to advance knowledge through interdisciplinary teaching, research, and service that improves the capacity of individuals, families, and diverse communities to promote productive, satisfying, healthy, and safe lives across the lifespan. CBCS envisions the college as a globally recognized leader that creates innovative solutions to complex conditions that affect the behavior and well-being of individuals, families, and diverse communities.