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Neil Laughlin


Neil Laughlin, Ed. D. Stanford, 1971, is a Professor in the Exercise and Sport Science Department and has taught at USF since 1971. He currently teaches two classes in Area E (Social Sciences) of the University's Core Curriculum: Personal and Community Health and Substance Abuse. Dr. Laughlin's current research interests are character development in judo and gender-based differences in sport. He serves on the University's Promotion and Tenure and Disabilities Committees and is on the Advisory Board of New Life, a San Francisco-based residential drug treatment program.