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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.
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.
Dr. Karen A. Berkman’s gift will benefit students in The Learning Academy.
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.
Those selected for the show will be invited to share their story through poetry, original music, comedy, essay, dance, or other artistic expression.
December 5, 2022Child and Family Studies, College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Criminology, Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, Mental Health Law and Policy, School of Aging Studies, School of Social Work
Koster received recognition for her sponsorship of Florida House Bill 343/Mental Health Professional Licensure.
Elizabeth Perkins, PhD is the 2022 recipient of the George S. Jesien Distinguished Achievement Award from the Association of University Centers on Disabilities.
Richard Weinberg, PhD, ABPP, was awarded the Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award and was commended for his effective teaching, innovation, and commitment to students and their success.
The team presented on multicultural and ethical considerations of behavioral health at the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Conference.
The scholarship is awarded to a student dedicated to making meaningful change in the lives of children and families affected by ASD.
Thirteen CBCS undergraduate students have been awarded undergraduate research assistantships to work with faculty on research projects in spring 2023.
The generous donation will enhance CARD-USF's efforts to provide individuals on the spectrum and their families with the support they need.