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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.
Mills’ personal experiences as a biological mother, adoptive mother of four, and foster mother to five more children inspired her to pursue research in child welfare policy.
The School of Social Work honored its fall 2022 graduates of the bachelor of social work program at last Friday's pinning ceremony in the MHC Atrium.
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
Chris Simmons, PhD and graduate students Lianna Hernandez and Cayley Baker presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting.
Thirteen CBCS undergraduate students have been awarded undergraduate research assistantships to work with faculty on research projects in spring 2023.
As an outreach clinician at the USF Counseling Center, Heather Walders, MSW, MPH relies on her background in social work, public health, and yoga.
In a profoundly personal talk, Stephanie Rosado, MSW, CWHC illuminates how access to sports can help individuals win—not just in games, but in life.
In alignment with social work values pursuing social and racial justice, we advocate against violence and discriminatory exclusion toward the Asian community.
Stephanie Rosado, MSW, CWHC has been accepted into the Florida Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Scholars Program for the 2022-2024 cohort.
Outside of the MHC atrium, social work students manned a voter registration table with educational resources and registration forms.
Pam Alvarez, DM, MSW and Chris Groeber, MSW provided mental health support to DCF employees after Hurricane Ian.