New Faculty - Fall 2015
Please welcome our new CBCS faculty.
Social Work Faculty Along with USF Colleagues Receive R01 Grant from National Institute of Mental Health
Alison Salloum, PhD (PI; School of Social Work), along with co-investigators John Robst, PhD (MHLP), Wei Wang, PhD (College of Public Health), Kristen Saloman, PhD (College of Arts and Science), Tanya Murphy, MD (College of Medicine Pediatrics) and Eric Storch, PhD (College of Medicine Pediatrics) received a 4-year National Institute of Mental Health R01 grant to examine how to optimize the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of a stepped care therapy for children ages 4 to 12 who have experienced trauma.
CBCS Faculty Receive NIA R01 Grant Subcontract
Nan Sook Park, PhD (School of Social Work) and David Chiriboga, PhD (Department of Child and Family Studies) received a subcontract for a National Institute on Aging R01 grant.
CBCS Staff & Students Participate in Surfers for Autism
CARD-USF hosted a table and tent at the 5th Annual Surfers for Autism on Pass A Grille Beach on Saturday, July 11th. Over 200 kids surfed while hundreds of volunteers helped in the water and on land.
SW Faculty Return from Collaboration Planning Meeting in NE India
Iraida Carrion, PhD, LCSW, and Manisha Joshi, PhD of the School of Social work, attended a meeting on May 22, 2015 in Dibrugarh, India to discuss the potential of a collaborative research partnership between Dibrugarh University and USF. The discussion focused on designing and implementing an international exchange program, identifying interdisciplinary collaborative opportunities with social science faculty and students at Dibrugarh University and also on emerging research trends that have wide applicability in the study of contemporary themes related to the field.
The Children's Bureau Holds First Children's Hero Awards Event
Honorees for the inaugural event included: ... social worker and University of South Florida professor Alison Salloum ...
Social Work Month
The School of Social Work joined the Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers to celebrate Social Work Month.
BSW Program Chair Presents at National Conference
Lori Rogovin, MSW, ACSW, presented at the annual conference of the national Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors held last week in Kansas City, MO.
The Impact of Deployment on Military Children’s Mental Health: Dealing with Grief and Anxiety
Dr. Alison Salloum on the Importance of Appropriate Interventions