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Getting to Know USF President Steve Currall

President Steven C. Currall and his wife, Dr. Cheyenne Currall, discuss the path that led them to USF and share their excitement about continuing the University's upward trajectory.

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New This Year

The Fall 2019 semester is right around the corner and Bulls are going to be seeing some big changes across the USF campus. Whether you’re looking for a fresh place to grab something to eat or are walking down a newly named street, there’s plenty of new things to see, eat and experience around campus. This is your inside look at some of the latest and greatest from across USF.

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USF Announces $10 Million Gift to Name the USF Health Taneja College of Pharmacy

The University of South Florida announced today it has received a $10 million gift from Taneja Family Foundation to name the USF Health Taneja College of Pharmacy.

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USF Faculty

National Academy of Inventors Selects Five USF Faculty as Senior Members

Five University of South Florida faculty members whose innovative work spans neurosciences to clean energy to engineering and pharmaceutical chemistry have been named by the National Academy of Inventors to its new class of Senior Members.

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Religion Associated with HPV Vaccination Rate for College Women

It’s been more than a decade since a vaccine was introduced to prevent contraction of human papillomavirus (HPV), the most common sexually transmitted disease in the U.S. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends patients start receiving the vaccine between ages 11 and 12, with catch-up vaccination recommended for certain groups through age 26. However, a new study conducted at the University of South Florida (USF) found many female college students have not been inoculated and religion may be a contributing factor.

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Making Microbes that Transform Greenhouse Gases

Researchers at the University of South Florida are harnessing the power of human physiology to transform greenhouse gases into usable chemical compounds – a method that could help lessen industrial dependence on petroleum and reduce our carbon footprint.

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