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From research that aims to understand and inform public policy about human trafficking, to alumni, faculty and staff who work with refugees, USF’s community is standing up for the vulnerable.
Securing access, curtailing climate change, controlling pollution, and understanding the full range of biodiversity are some of the many pursuits of faculty, students and alumni as they work to protect the water supply that is critical to our existence.
USF Health experts, including leading obstetric researcher and vice president for USF Health Charles J. Lockwood, MD, play crucial roles in helping us understand the current epidemic.
To celebrate the USF System’s rise to No. 25 in the National Science Foundation rankings, we share 25 discoveries unearthed by USF faculty and student research.
USF is starting new Bulls off right with programs and activities that build bull pride and help students succeed.
Volume 57 | Number 1
Following the unanimous approval of the Florida Board of Governors, USF is focused on plans to build a new medical school and heart institute in downtown Tampa.
Volume 56 | Number 2
Alicia Billington, one of only a small group of students nationwide to graduate with dual degrees in medicine and biomedical engineering, is poised to become a leader for the next generation of physician scientists.
Volume 56 | Number 1
Students across the university are gaining valuable insights and experience as high-level interns working in companies throughout Tampa Bay and around the world.
Volume 55 | Number 3
With more than $621 million raised, including more than $79 million for student scholarships, the first phase of the USF: Unstoppable Campaign came to a successful conclusion at the end of June.
Volume 55 | Number 2
Specimens from the farthest reaches of the natural world, including the Antarctic’s diverse marine community, provide a rich resource for early-stage drug discovery at the USF Center for Drug Discovery and Innovation.