Brianne Stanback, Ph.D.
- Title: Instructor and Assistant Director of Academic Affairs
- Phone: (813) 974 7093
- Office: MHC 1308
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- Curriculum Vitae
Description of Research Interests
Dr. Stanback's research focuses on aging in vulnerable or special populations. Currently, her work looks at adults 50 years and older in jail and at older adults with a late life first time offense. She is also interested in gerontology and higher education, specifically curriculum development and strengths based practices in higher education.
USF Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award, 2013
USF Provost’s Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Graduate Assistant, 2009
USF, School of Aging Studies, Sue V. Saxon Outstanding Teaching Award, 2009
Recent Publications & Presentations
*Greve, A. and Stanback, B. (2013). Appreciative Inquiry (AI) in higher education: An annotated bibliography. Journal of Appreciative Education, (2)1, xx-xx.
He, Y., Stanback, B., & Bloom, J. (2012). Discover, dream, and design: Evaluation of the 2012 Appreciative Advising Institute. Journal of Appreciative Education, 1 1, 14- 24.
Stanback, B. & McEvoy, C. (2012). Navigating uncharted waters: Appreciative Advising for masters students. Journal of Appreciative Education, 1 1, 41- 45.
Stanback, B. & King-Kallimanis, B. (2011). Older offenders and homicide: What can we learn from the Chicago Homicide Dataset? Homicide Studies, 151, 32-47.
Stanback, B. (2010, November). Tarnished Golden Years: Late Life First Time Offenders in U.S. Jails. Paper accepted at the meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, New Orleans, LA.
Young, T. & Stanback, B. (2010, November). The persistence of adverse childhood events: The case of older offenders. Paper accepted at the meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, New Orleans, LA.
Stanback, B. & Young, T. (2009, November). Gender Differences in the Life Experiences of Jailed Older Adults. Paper presented at the meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Atlanta, GA.
Undergraduate (School of Aging Studies, University of South Florida)
Introduction to Gerontology
Sociological Aspects of Aging
Ethical and Legal Issues in Aging
Aging in Special Populations
Aging in Modern Literature and Film
Senior Seminar in Gerontology
Race, Ethnicity, and Aging
Aging in Place and Space