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Michelle Arnold, Dasha Rhodes, Amy Gierhahn, Howard Goldstein, Jack Drobisz, and Marie Sepulveda

CBCS faculty and staff judge Hillsborough County STEM Fair

The team judged presentations at the 2024 Hillsborough Regional Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Fair.

February 9, 2024Child and Family Studies, College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Mental Health Law and Policy, School of Social Work

Nik Lampe, Michelle Kapolowicz, Gerald Imaezue

Fall 2023 CBCS Internal Grant Award recipients announced

Congratulations to Nik Lampe, PhD; Michelle Kapolowicz, PhD; and Gerald Imaezue, PhD.

February 7, 2024College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Mental Health Law and Policy

Julie Serovich and Patty Cleveland

Faculty and staff recognized for commitment to CBCS

College faculty and staff gathered in the MHC atrium to celebrate those who have reached milestones in their career at USF.

January 29, 2024Child and Family Studies, College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Criminology, Mental Health Law and Policy, School of Aging Studies, School of Social Work

James Epps

In remembrance: James Epps, PhD

James Epps, PhD, was an associate professor in the USF Department of Mental Health Law and Policy.

January 5, 2024College News, Mental Health Law and Policy

Kristin Kosyluk

MHLP assistant professor participates in HCFR Clinician Awareness Training

The training gave Kristin Kosyluk, PhD, insight into challenges faced by first responders as she continues her research on first responder mental health and stigma.

December 15, 2023College News, Mental Health Law and Policy

Gregory Teague speaks to attendees of the BHC pinning ceremony

Behavioral healthcare graduates welcomed to the profession

Department of Mental Health Law and Policy faculty welcomed the graduates to the profession.

December 11, 2023College News, Mental Health Law and Policy

University of South Florida School of Social Work students, faculty, and staff

CBCS students, faculty, and staff participate in IPE Day

The theme of this year's annual Interprofessional Education and Practice (IPE) Day was "Caring for Caregivers.”

November 27, 2023College News, Mental Health Law and Policy, School of Social Work

SAAS at Walk to End Alz 2023

CBCS participates in Walk to End Alzheimer's

Attendees fundraised for the Alzheimer’s Association and raised community awareness about Alzheimer’s disease.

November 20, 2023College News, Mental Health Law and Policy, School of Aging Studies

Nik Lampe presents at the 2023 GSA Meeting

MHLP assistant professor shares expertise on LGBTQ+ older adults’ health

Nik Lampe, PhD, presented at the Gerontological Society of America 2023 Annual Scientific Meeting.

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

The cast of the 2023 production of This Is My Brave: College Edition at USF take a bow.

Auditions set for This Is My Brave: College Edition at USF

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.

November 15, 2023College News, Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, Mental Health Law and Policy

Kosyluk and Albizu-Jacob and team

CBCS researchers travel to Germany to discuss reducing mental illness stigma

Kristin Kosyluk, PhD, and Alexandra Albizu-Jacob, MPH, presented their chatbot, which has been developed using human-centered design strategies.

November 3, 2023College News, Mental Health Law and Policy

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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.