• Black bicycle riders in Tampa were disproportionately ticketed by Tampa Police in a well-meaning, but ineffective effort to reduce overall crime, the Department of Justice concluded in a report released Tuesday. Ojmarrh Mitchell, a University of South Florida criminology professor worked on the report.

    Black bicycle riders in Tampa were disproportionately ticketed by Tampa Police in a well-meaning, but ineffective effort to reduce overall crime, the Department of Justice concluded in a report released Tuesday. Ojmarrh Mitchell, a University of South Florida criminology professor worked on the report.

  • On April 6, 2016, four College of Behavioral and Community Sciences students were awarded the Mom's Project Scholarship, an award exclusive to CBCS students.

    On April 6, 2016, four College of Behavioral and Community Sciences students were awarded the Mom's Project Scholarship, an award exclusive to CBCS students.

  • Dr. Nathan Maxfield and USF Help Lead the Way in Researching, Treating and Better Understanding the Debilitating Speech Disorder

    Unlocking the Mystery of Stuttering

    Dr. Nathan Maxfield and USF Help Lead the Way in Researching, Treating and Better Understanding the Debilitating Speech Disorder

  • On February 18, 2016, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske was on campus giving a lecture in Dr. Cass's Crime and Justice in America class. Commissioner Kerlikowske is a 3 time USF alumnus who earned his BA, MA, and Honorary Doctorate from the University of South Florida.

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Visits USF

    On February 18, 2016, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske was on campus giving a lecture in Dr. Cass's Crime and Justice in America class. Commissioner Kerlikowske is a 3 time USF alumnus who earned his BA, MA, and Honorary Doctorate from the University of South Florida.