Graduate Certificate in Translational Research in Adolescent Behavioral Health
As part of the Institute for Translational Research in Adolescent Behavioral Health, the Graduate Certificate Program will merge the skills and experience of local community treatment providers, USF academic researchers and national experts. Developed as a research education project, the program will provide a team mentoring approach with student researchers and professionals in the field.
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- USF and Windesheim University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands begin International Partnership
- This partnership will provide an opportunity to strengthen collaborations, identify other potential collaborators in both the USA and The Netherlands, gain experience in the application of SWPBS across different environments within and across different cultures, and allow for the expansion of research, evaluation, and materials development across another part of the world.
- Congratulations ABA Summer Masters Graduates!
- All graduates of Summer 2015 are already employed and/or continuing education for a doctoral degree.
- CFS's Dr. Rose Iovannone Co-Investigator of Intervention Funded by the Institute of Education Sciences
- Dr. Iovannone and the Florida Center for Inclusive Communities are among three centers (University of Rochester, Appalachian State University, University of South Florida) selected to develop and pilot their intervention model, Students with Autism Accessing General Education (SAAGE).
- November 6, 2015: CARD-USF to Host ASD and Mental Health Conference
- The Center for Autism & Related Disabilities at USF is pleased to bring this important conference on autism spectrum disorder and mental health to professionals and families. View flyer.
- HIPPY's Early Childhood Education Pilot Program a Success in Nigeria, West Africa!
- During June 2015, the Florida HIPPY state office participated in a three-week pilot project in Nigeria, West Africa with students from the University of Tampa who adapted the HIPPY Age Three Curriculum into an innovative model using current technology, cell phones and text messaging.
- Research Assistant Professor Norín Dollard Profiled on WUSF
- As Co-director of Florida KIDS COUNT, she commented on the newly released national KIDS COUNT Data Book, which revealed that while Florida ranked 37th in overall child well-being, the state showed improvement in measures of health over a five-year period from 2008 to 2013.
- Florida’s Families Continue to Struggle Economically, as Evidenced by The National Ranking of 45 in Economic Well-Being
- The Annie E. Casey Foundation’s 2015 KIDS COUNT® Data Book just released shows that while Florida is experiencing positive growth in economic trends, the number of children living in poverty continues to rise. The total number of children living in these families is 969,000 or nearly one in every four. The report also goes on to show that a third of Florida’s children are living with parents who lack secure employment.
Conferences & Special Events
CARD-USF's ASD & Mental Health Conference
Research shows the prevalence of mental health issues within the population of people diagnosed with ASD ranges upward toward 70%. CARD's goal is to offer attendees practical information to help support others in need. Our presenters will offer topics of great interest such as current information in the field today, strategies to work with young children with challenging behavior, interventions for anxiety, counseling, and managing depression. We hope you will join us for this great learning opportunity! View flyer.