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USF students are invited to share a creative piece about mental health and/or addiction as part of a production aimed at breaking down stigma.
The event brought together experts to discuss the domains of peer support and recovery, integrating practice, policy, and research.
Student is first to complete research with support from the Florida High Tech Corridor Undergraduate Research Initiative awarded through CBCS
Michael Weiner earned a coveted opportunity to partner with Department of Mental Health Law and Policy Associate Professor Khary Rigg, PhD.
Participants will spend 11 weeks building their research skills within the context of substance use and co-occurring disorders.
The gift from Mary Armstrong, PhD and Roger Boothroyd, PhD will increase the impact of The Moms Project and help ensure continued funding of an executive director position within the institute.
From essay to dance, 10 USF students will share their stories in front of a live audience to break down the stigma surrounding mental health.
Rehearsals are underway for the USF production of This Is My Brave: College Edition. New this year is the integration of a Photovoice exhibit.
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
This award recognizes USF employees who demonstrate above and beyond performance and support the values in USF's strategic plan.
This event brought together subject matter experts to discuss mental health and aging.
The Commission on Mental Health and Substance Abuse was established in 2021 by the Florida Legislature.
Scholar Research Day marks the end of 11 weeks of in-person instruction during which each student was matched with a faculty mentor to conduct research.