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Feature Story: The Chincha Valley, located about 125 miles south of Lima was and remains
one of the largest agriculturally productive regions of southern coastal Peru. A research
team from USF aims to study landscape changes in the Chincha Valley in southern Peru,
assessing both the natural changes and those caused by humans in valley over the last
5000 years. Read more ->
The USF College of Arts and Sciences will continue to be a significant player in this
change, to expose inequality and injustice, to educate our students about the origins
of racism, and to collaborate in crafting and enacting lasting solutions.
Find out the benefits of getting a degree in liberal arts or sciences at USF from
Dean Eric Eisenberg.
Look before you lock: Child safety advocates worry about hot car deaths amid COVID-19
stress and rising temperatures
Trump backtracks on his condemnation of mail-in voting, says Florida is an exception
Science Finds Link Between Low-Carb Diets and Lower Cholesterol
Mom Is Livid After Dad Almost Forgets Baby in Hot Car & Doesn't Think It's a Big Deal
‘Last shot:’ Florida is trying to save the Apalachicola oyster fishery by shutting
The College Annual Report has been released and we've accomplished a lot through the
2019-20 academic year. Find out more!