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Khary Rigg, PhD will serve on the Prevention, Data, & Research Working Group for three years.
MHLP assistant professor awarded grant to study risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease, dementia in older LGBTQ+ adults
Nik Lampe, PhD is an assistant professor in the Department of Mental Health Law and Policy (MHLP).
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.
The training focused on meta analysis research and clinical case examples of four categories of VR implementation in psychotherapy.
Assistant professor receives $1.78M grant to increase diversity of substance misuse research workforce
Micah E. Johnson, PhD was awarded the grant from the National Institutes of Health.
Participants in the project led by Margaret McGladrey, PhD use photography to develop and deliver messages and promote dialogue about important issues.
The free online course is designed to help managers and employees become more well-versed in addressing mental health and its impact on organizations.
May 22, 2023Mental Health Law and Policy
Kristin Kosyluk, PhD joined university leaders in the Special Enlightenment Series conversation, “You Belong Here: Fostering a Sense of Belonging in Higher Education.”
Thirty graduates of the Behavioral Healthcare major were welcomed to the profession during the pinning ceremony Thursday afternoon.
Kristin Kosyluk, PhD and Heather Peshak George, PhD each received the award.
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.