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CARD-USF and Autism Friendly Tampa have worked to make Tampa a welcoming and safe community for individuals on the autism spectrum and their families.
Three CBCS students recognized for outstanding presentations during Graduate Student Research Symposium
CBCS students were selected as winners by the Office of Graduate Studies and will receive travel awards for their presentations.
Christina Dillahunt-Aspillaga, PhD, CRC, CVE, CLCP, associate professor in the Department of Child and Family Studies (CFS), has received Diplomate status from the College of Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals (CVRP).
The Institute for Translational Research Education in Adolescent Drug Abuse has been funded for a 3rd consecutive 5-year grant by the National Institutes of Health – National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Stephanie Martinez, PhD has been selected to serve as a board member of the Association for Positive Behavior Support.
The Institute for Translational Research Education in Adolescent Drug Abuse (ITRE) held its 9th annual conference on March 14-16.
FCIC has released a new series of educational videos about COVID-19 and vaccines for people with disabilities.
Jillian Heilman, PhD is on a mission to teach future professionals who will advocate for people with disabilities to look at the individual before they look at the diagnosis.
Beginning fall 2022, the Department of Child and Family Studies will offer a new fully online Master of Arts in Rehabilitation Counseling and Disability Sciences.
CBCS faculty and staff gathered in the MHC atrium and virtually on Monday afternoon to celebrate those who have reached milestones in their career at USF.
Haley Moss visits CARD and The Learning Academy to share journey through college and career as someone with Autism
The Learning Academy welcomed lawyer, neurodiversity expert, and author, Haley Moss on February 23. She is a consultant to top corporations and nonprofits that seek her guidance in creating a diverse workplace and a sought-after commentator on disability rights issues.
After several starts and stops and a year and a half delay, CFS Associate Professor Trina Spencer, PhD, BCBA-D finally made it to South Africa. She won a Fulbright award in 2020, but due to COVID-19, she was unable to begin her experience until 2022.