Discovery

Barriers to Hearing

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Before her academic career, when Michelle Arnold was an audiologist at the James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital in Tampa, she had a hunch many older Americans went without hearing aids because they believed, often mistakenly, they did not qualify for the devices under their health insurance or simply didn’t know how to access the coverage.

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Emerging Technologies in Education

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USF Sarasota-Manatee campus Regional Chancellor Karen A. Holbrook has been on the front line of change at many institutions and is always interested in learning more about emerging trends that impact education.

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The Art of Learning

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Denise Davis-Cotton has a long history of arts-based collaboration. Before founding the Detroit School of Arts in 1992, she was the first teaching artist in residence for the state of Alabama.

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Freedom from Human Trafficking

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In its 2019 Trafficking in Persons report, the U.S. Department of State estimated that 24.9 million people worldwide — roughly three times the population of New York City — were victims of human trafficking.

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Reducing Caregiver Burden

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Watching caregivers early in her social work career struggling to take care of their loved ones left a lasting impression on Jane Roberts, ACSW, LCSW, PhD.

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Meeting Adversity

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Examining resilience of entrepreneurs in developing countries could help stabilize economies worldwide Entrepreneurs in developing countries experience increasingly chaotic environments influenced by political and social upheaval.

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Next-Gen RESEARCH

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As a researcher and interdisciplinary chemist, Edie Banner, PhD, has delved into Costa Rica’s rainforests to unearth natural products with medicinal properties.

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Evaluating Risk

Two USF Sarasota-Manatee students have received a unique learning opportunity through a partnership with a Washington, D.C.-based consultant.

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Threat Response

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An approach focused on cyber forensics coupled with graduates better prepared to tackle cybersecurity challenges is the best hope for getting ahead of hackers.

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