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The Florida Policy Exchange Center on Aging is dedicated to improving the lives of older adults through development of relevant policy research for Florida and the nation.
Below you will find the history of the Policy Center. Please contact us with suggestions about how we can improve this website. The Florida Policy Exchange Center on Aging was created inwith a legislatively mandated mission to conduct research and policy analysis.
The merger enhanced the resources of both programs and expanded the Policy Center's capacity to achieve its mission by conducting more policy-related research and evaluation projects with faculty and students, while contributing to the educational mission of the School of Aging Studies.
The Center encourages and facilitates interdisciplinary policy-related research with faculty and students from the Department of Aging and Mental Health Disparities, School of Social Work and College of Nursing.
The Center has established relationships with State agencies, the Legislature, and non-profit and private organizations that contract with FPECA staff to conduct research and policy analyses.
The legislative report contributed to substantial changes in nursing home quality standards, tort reform and increases in home and community-based spending. In addition to contract research, the Policy Center works to encourage and support cross-University aging-related studies and research.
Furthermore, the rich data bases in the Center along with keen knowledge of state agencies and databases, allows students to examine and publish research findings in a range of long-term care policy areas.
Numerous research and policy analysis projects have been completed by Center faculty and graduate students over the last several years. Several of these projects have been conducted under contract with state agencies or with the support of grant funding from federal agencies and private foundations.
Graduate students, including several in the Aging Studies Ph. This participation has generated dissertation research and opportunities for the publication of articles. In a Ph.Doctoral Degree Programs * Students should contact the respective department for more information regarding admissions and general degree program requirements.
* Departments, programs, or colleges interested in altering the status of an existing major should follow the steps outlined in the Major Status Change Request Form found on the Office. University of South Florida. Department of Sociology.
E. Fowler Ave, CPR Tampa, FL Dissertation 48 Graduate Assistantships for Ph.D. Students 53 Ph.D. Student Teaching Assignments 56 Ph.D. Student Summer Teaching 57 sent in a sealed envelope by each school’s Registrar’s Office. Applicants may provide unofficial.
Below is a list of announcements for the current semester's Dissertation Proposals and Final Defense Sessions in the College of Education. NOTE: Announcements are sorted by the date of the defense. Ruiliang Pu, PhD. Professor. School of Geosciences.
College of Arts and Sciences. Department of Geography, University of South Florida, courses: Graduated PhD dissertation: JoAnn Sullivan, doctoral dissertation committee member (Summer ) Shawn Landry, doctoral dissertation committee member (Summer ).
USF Thesis Makes ProQuest's 25 Most-Accessed Dissertations and Theses The Office of Graduate Studies would like to congratulate Jocelyn Camacho and Nicholas David Smith for having theses recognized as being among ProQuest's 25 Most-Accessed Dissertations and Theses during June Our department embraces innovative humanistic and social scientific approaches to inquiry and engagement in health, media, organizational and relational communication, with emphases on culture, performance, and social justice.