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New SAMHSA Grant to Enhance Suicide Prevention Efforts on USF Campus
SAMHSA has awarded a three-year, 306,000 grant to USF as part of their Campus Suicide Prevention Grant program. Stephen Roggenbaum from CBCS will serve as Training Coordinator & Co-Principal Investigator.
USF-CBCS Homecoming Ticket Sales
Tickets for the Homecoming game (October 26th) will be on sale next Friday (10/4) from 11:00 – 1:00 in the MHC Human Resources Office
USF-CBCS Discount Ticket Sales
Discounted tickets for the remaining Bulls home football games have been made available for CBCS Faculty & Staff.
Dean Serovich USF BOT Workgroup Presentation
Dean Serovich made a presentation to the USF Board of Trustees Research, Innovation, Engagement & Job Creation Workgroup on August 22, 2013. During the presentation, the Dean gave an overview of the college’s student, faculty and research profile. The presentation was well received by the BOT members.
New Graduate Seminar in Behavioral Health Offered
A new graduate seminar will be offered this fall on Mondays from 2:00 to 4:45. It will serve as an elective course in the Behavioral Health Concentration in the Department of Family and Community Health and will focus on substance abuse and its relationship to crime, health, and the justice system.
How Does Florida Rank in the National KIDS COUNT Data Book 2013?
Florida Slips to 45th among the 50 States in Economic Well-Being of Children in KIDS COUNT National Index.
First Cohort of Scholars in Translational Research Share Research Plans
The certificate program is a collaborative effort between the College of Public Health and the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences and local adolescent-serving community agencies.
Janet Reyes Approved to Serve as USF TRAIN® Associate
This internal designation is given by the Research Administration Improvement Network (TRAIN®) to employees who have been vetted as subject matter experts in a particular aspect of pre-award and/or post-award.
WUSF's University Beat Profiles Positive Behavior Support Program
Reporter Mark Schreiner interviewed CFS faculty regarding an intervention method that professionals are using in over 18-thousand schools to address challenging behavior among children of all ages.
CBCS Faculty Profiled in RxNews Article
The article, written by faculty from the Department of Child & Family Studies, discusses findings related to the use of the Prevent-Teach-Reinforce Model with Families of Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
FCIC Job Opening
The Florida Center for Inclusive Communities (FCIC) is currently seeking applicants for Program Coordinator. This full-time position coordinates a range of the center activities as well as oversees data collection and evaluation activities to aid in program planning and compilation of progress reports.
2013 National Training Institute: Addressing Challenging Behavior
During March 20-23 in Clearwater Beach, the Institute brings together experts from around the country who skillfully present three-hour workshops offering practical, ready-to-use information on social and emotional development.

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