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Fawn Ngo, PhD

Feature: Criminology associate professor Fawn Ngo wants to level the playing field

Fawn Ngo wasn’t supposed to attend college. Today, she is an associate professor of criminology at the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee campus.

June 28, 2022College News, Criminology

Joan Reid, PhD, LMHC, CRC

Criminology associate professor shares expertise on webinar and podcast

Reid explained the impacts of trauma bonding on survivors of sex trafficking and how it facilitates a cycle of repeated exploitation.

June 20, 2022College News, Criminology

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Six CBCS students awarded Trail Blazers Research Scholarship

This scholarship supports graduate student research on the Sarasota-Manatee campus under the direction of their faculty mentors.

May 19, 2022College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Criminology, Mental Health Law and Policy

Lauren Klima, 2022 Phi Beta Kappa inductee

CBCS students inducted into Phi Beta Kappa

Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest and most respected undergraduate honor society for the liberal arts and sciences in the United States.

May 9, 2022College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Criminology, Mental Health Law and Policy

Criminology faculty Chae Jaynes, PhD and Mateus Rennó Santos, PhD and graduate students Danielle Thomas and Katelyn Smith

Criminology faculty and students participate in Reentry Roundtable

Participants discussed the unique aspects of reentry and ways to reduce recidivism with key stakeholders.

May 2, 2022College News, Criminology

2022 Undergraduate Research Scholar Award recipients

CBCS students honored at 2022 Student Research Award Luncheon

CBCS students were recognized for their outstanding accomplishments in research at the 2022 Student Research Award Luncheon.

May 2, 2022Child and Family Studies, College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Criminology, School of Social Work

Roberta Liggett O’Malley, PhD and Colby Valentine, PhD receive 2022 Dr. Kathleen Moore Faculty Excellence Awards

Criminology faculty receive Dr. Kathleen Moore Faculty Excellence Awards

Roberta Liggett O’Malley, PhD and Colby Valentine, PhD received the awards from USF Women in Leadership and Philanthropy to further their research.

April 20, 2022College News, Criminology

Lauren Shumate Marcil playing tennis

Criminology alumna presented 2022 Outstanding Young Alumni Award

Lauren Shumate Marcil graduated from USF in 2010 with a degree in Criminology and in 2014 with a master of arts in Political Science.

April 7, 2022College News, Criminology

Emily Walker, USF Criminology student

Criminology students present at ACJS conference

Criminology students from the University of South Florida presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences 59th Annual Meeting in Las Vegas.

March 21, 2022College News, Criminology

2022 Wall of Fame Ceremony

Criminology honors 2022 Wall of Fame inductees

12 new members were inducted to Criminology's Wall of Fame.

March 14, 2022College News, Criminology

Grass in foreground with a statue of a bull in the background

Faculty and staff honored at Length of Service Ceremony

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.

February 28, 2022Child and Family Studies, College News, Criminology, Mental Health Law and Policy, School of Aging Studies, School of Social Work

Drs. Michelle Bourgeois, Howard Goldstein, Robert Lutfi, Joseph Walton, John Cochran, James D. Unnever, William Haley, Brent Small, and Ladislava Volicer

CBCS faculty named top-cited scientists in the world

Multiple CBCS faculty members have been ranked in the top 2% of cited scientists in the world in a recent study conducted by Stanford researchers and Elsevier BV.

February 28, 2022College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Criminology, School of Aging Studies

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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.