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Paul Griffin Oral History Interview By Andrew Huse, September 16, 2004, Paul Griffin (Interviewee), Andrew T. Huse (Interviewer) Sep 2004

Paul Griffin Oral History Interview By Andrew Huse, September 16, 2004, Paul Griffin (Interviewee), Andrew T. Huse (Interviewer)

Historical University Archives Oral Histories

Paul Griffin, Athletic Director at USF for 15 years, talks about the birth of the football program, the challenges they faced in getting started, and the successes of the program since implementation.


Paul Griscti Oral History Interview By Danielle Riley, April 21, 2004, Paul Griscti (Interviewee), Danielle E. Riley (Interviewer) Apr 2004

Paul Griscti Oral History Interview By Danielle Riley, April 21, 2004, Paul Griscti (Interviewee), Danielle E. Riley (Interviewer)

Historical University Archives Oral Histories

Paul Griscti discusses his career at USF as a student, as well as being the son of a professor on campus whose classes he enrolled in. Griscti also discusses the future of USF and how successful the university has been.


Attention Deficit Disorder: Are Schools And Physicians Working Together?, Paul Koulouris Jan 2004

Attention Deficit Disorder: Are Schools And Physicians Working Together?, Paul Koulouris

Electronic Journal for Inclusive Education

Over the past twenty years, the existence of Attention Deficit Disorder has been documented through hundreds of scientific studies. Schools play a vital role in the early in the early identification of children which ADHD and, in many cases; school personnel coordinate efforts among teachers, parents, physicians, and community resources in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with ADHD (Sloan, Jensen & Hoagwood, 1999). In their research, (Satterfield and Cantwell 1981) viewed the classroom teacher as the major determining factor in whether a student with ADHD succeeds or fails in the classroom.

Despite the documented importance of close coordination ...