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Debra Dobbs

School of Aging Studies names interim director

Debra Dobbs, PhD is a professor in the School of Aging Studies and academic director of the Center for Hospice, Palliative Care and End-of-Life Studies.

July 12, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

Nathan Maxfield

CSD associate professor participates in NIH-NIDCD workshop on stuttering

Maxfield worked with other international researchers to inform NIDCD funding priorities in the area of stuttering.

July 7, 2023College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

Joan Reid

Criminology professor discusses human trafficking database in podcast episode

Joan Reid talked about the new human trafficking bill that went into effect July 1 and human trafficking research in the state of Florida.

July 7, 2023College News, Criminology

Lori Rogovin

Social work associate professor named co-chair of BPD committee

Lori Rogovin, will serve as co-chair of the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors Field Education Committee.

July 7, 2023College News, School of Social Work

Cassidy Doyle

Aging studies PhD student to serve as panelist at FCOA conference

Cassidy Doyle will serve as a panelist for the session, "Advancing Your Career in Aging at Any Age."

June 30, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

Alison Salloum and colleagues

Social work professor gives master class in Ireland

Alison Salloum, PhD provided a master class training at the 17th European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Conference in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

June 30, 2023College News, School of Social Work

attendees of the 2023 NASW-FL conference

Social work students and faculty attend NASW-FL Conference

Students and faculty representing the USF School of Social Work attended the 2023 National Association of Social Workers Florida Chapter conference.

June 30, 2023College News, School of Social Work

Group photo of the 2023 Summer Research Institute participants

Florida Mental Health Institute welcomes 2023 Summer Research Institute cohort

Participants will spend 11 weeks building their research skills within the context of substance use and co-occurring disorders.

June 26, 2023College News, Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute

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CBCS graduate students awarded fellowships

Multiple CBCS students have been named recipients of various fellowships to support the completion of their doctoral degrees.

June 26, 2023Child and Family Studies, College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Criminology, School of Aging Studies, School of Social Work

Lindsay Peterson

Aging studies faculty partner with 211 Tampa Bay Cares to help older adults with disaster preparedness

The videos are based on the research of Lindsay Peterson, PhD, a research assistant professor.

June 23, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

Haley Hines-Gaal

Meet an outstanding graduate student in the online MSW program

Haley Hines-Gaal needed the flexibility of an online program yet she also wanted the rigor of an accredited program.

June 22, 2023College News, School of Social Work

The phrase, “I am enough,” stamped in multiple colors on the pavement.

Every picture in USF professor’s project tells a story about young people’s mental health

Participants in the project led by Margaret McGladrey, PhD use photography to develop and deliver messages and promote dialogue about important issues.

June 20, 2023College News, Mental Health Law and Policy

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