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This Is My Brave 2023 cast

Community invited to a night of storytelling in support of mental health awareness

From essay to dance, 10 USF students will share their stories in front of a live audience to break down the stigma surrounding mental health.

April 17, 2023College News, Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, Mental Health Law and Policy

Christina Mu

Aging studies student selected for highly competitive internship

Doctoral candidate Christina Mu was selected to be a 2023 O’Neill/Hyer Summer Policy Intern through the Gerontological Society of America.

April 15, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

Jessica Yauk at SGS Annual Meeting

Aging studies doctoral student places third in national poster competition

Jessica Yauk's poster was titled, “Does timing of retirement affect cognition or risk of dementia: A systematic review.”

April 14, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

Raymond Miltenberger

ABA program director publishes seventh edition of popular textbook

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Program Director Raymond Miltenberger, PhD, BCBA-D has published the 7th edition of his popular textbook, "Behavior Modification: Principles and Procedures."

April 14, 2023Child and Family Studies, College News

Riaan Van Zyl and Lindsay Peterson

School of Aging Studies recognizes outstanding students and preceptors

The School of Aging Studies honored internship preceptors and supervisors and recipients of awards and scholarships.

April 10, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

Alpha Phi Sigma at the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay

USF's chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma supports Crisis Center of Tampa Bay

The Sigma chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma raised money to donate to the Crisis Center and assisted with clean up around their facility.

April 7, 2023College News, Criminology

Jenna Kim and Jisook Park

CBCS faculty awarded New Research Grants

With the allocation of these awards, USF Research aims to support faculty in launching programs of research that result in successful grant proposals to support further research at the university.

April 7, 2023College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, School of Social Work

Soomi Lee

Study: Older adults engage in less diverse day-to-day activities, which are important for healthy aging

Soomi Lee, PhD examined differences in activity diversity between cohorts of adults decades apart.

April 6, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

Kathy Black

Aging studies professor discusses age-friendly communities on GSA podcast

Kathy Black, PhD spoke about her recent article, "Assessing Age-Friendly Community Progress: What Have We Learned?"

April 5, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

Remark-a-Bull Podcast: Stories from USF Social Work

School of Social Work launches “Remark-a-Bull" podcast

The podcast explores the powerful stories of social workers, students, and social work scholars who have made an outstanding impact on communities far and wide.

April 1, 2023College News, School of Social Work

Nasreen Sadeq at On Aging Conference

School of Aging Studies attends On Aging 2023

Representatives of the School of Aging Studies attended the On Aging 2023 conference last week in Atlanta to share information about the school's academic programs with aging professionals.

March 31, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

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CSD faculty receive grant from Parkinson's Voice Project

They will provide services to those who have Parkinson's or a related movement disorder who may not have insurance coverage or have exhausted benefits.

March 31, 2023College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

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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.