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Jessica Yauk

Aging studies student awarded graduate assistantship

Jessica Yauk's funded research is titled "Black Caregivers' Perceptions of Care Recipients' End-of-Life Care Planning."

May 15, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

Vanessa Centelles

Criminology student named 2023 ASC Ruth Peterson Fellow

Doctoral student Vanessa Centelles was selected as a 2023 American Society of Criminology (ASC) Ruth Peterson Fellow.

May 15, 2023College News, Criminology

Debra Dobbs

Aging studies associate professor speaks on GSA panel

Debra Dobbs, PhD, FGSA participated in a panel for the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) titled "Developments in Advance Care Planning in the Context of COVID-19."

May 15, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

C. Jordan Howell

Criminology assistant professor discusses cybercrime on two podcasts

C. Jordan Howell, PhD shared his expertise on The Criminology Academy and Cybercrimeology.

May 15, 2023College News, Criminology

Kristin Kosyluk

MHLP assistant professor offers strategies to promote inclusive excellence

Kristin Kosyluk, PhD joined university leaders in the Special Enlightenment Series conversation, “You Belong Here: Fostering a Sense of Belonging in Higher Education.”

May 15, 2023College News, Mental Health Law and Policy

Nathan Maxfield

CSD associate professor returns to alma mater to discuss stuttering as neurodivergence debate

Nathan Maxfield, PhD, CCC-SLP gave an invited presentation titled "Stuttering as Neurodivergence?" at the City University of New York.

May 15, 2023College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

Mental Health and Wellness in the Workplace with blue/green background and two overlapping profiles

New Mental Health and Wellness in the Workplace Course opens for registration

Launching in June, the seven-session course is being offered fully online for free, with certification and digital badging available.

May 15, 2023College News

Joan Reid and Kailey Pate Carter speak with Congressman Franklin

CBCS researchers attend human trafficking roundtable in Polk County

Criminology Professor Joan Reid, PhD, LCSW and BRIGHT Network Project Manager Kailey Pate Carter, MA attended Congressman C. Scott Franklin‘s roundtable discussion on human trafficking.

May 15, 2023College News, Criminology

Stephanie Rosado

Social work PhD candidate discusses OA on radio show

Stephanie Rosado, MSW, CWHC was on air with the Haitian American Nursing Association of Hudson Valley, New York to discuss Osteoarthritis (OA).

May 15, 2023College News, School of Social Work

Genaro Lopez and Arturo Garcia

CBCS student employees recognized for outstanding performance

The recipients of the 2023 Student Employees of the Year Award are Genaro Lopez and Arturo Garcia.

May 15, 2023Child and Family Studies, College News

Roger Boothroyd, Catherine Batsche, and Mary Armstrong hold a photograph of their mothers

The dreams of three mothers live on through USF student research scholarship

Three emeritus professors from the USF College of Behavioral and Community Sciences are honoring their mothers by providing students a gift that was unavailable to most women of their mothers’ generation – the gift of education.

May 9, 2023College News

ABA poster expo

ABA students share research findings

The students recently participated in poster presentation sessions, sharing the findings of their research projects with fellow students, faculty, and mentors.

May 8, 2023Child and Family Studies, College News

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.