CAS Chronicles

2024 DSLS inductees with CAS Interim Dean Magali Michael and current DSLS members. (Photo by Corey Lepak)

26 new students welcomed into Dean’s Student Leadership Society

The USF College of Arts and Sciences welcomed 26 new members to the Dean’s Student Leadership Society (DSLS). DSLS students are chosen for their superior leadership skills, often serving as volunteer coordinators, executive board members, or critical points of contact on behalf of CAS. DSLS also provides students with mentorship opportunities, professional development workshops, and year-round networking.

April 23, 2024Accomplishments, Alumni, Events

Zimmerman School senior, Gracie Glover, outside of the Office of Admissions building on the USF Tampa campus. (Photo courtesy of Gracie Glover)

Zimmerman School student’s internship with NASA boosts her hopes for the future

Gracie Glover, a senior in the Zimmerman School of Advertising, completed an internship at NASA where she highlighted stories of fellow interns focusing on the inclusivity of the organization’s opportunities.

April 24, 2024Accomplishments, Community Engagement

Urban tree canopy in Robles Park, located in Tampa, Fla. (Photo courtesy of Rebecca Zarger)

Interdisciplinary CAS team helps identify new urban tree canopy locations in Tampa

Dr. Shawn Landry and Dr. Rebecca Zarger are two USF College of Arts and Sciences faculty contributing to the City of Tampa’s tree canopy study. Landry and Zarger are tasked with identifying specific tree planting locations throughout the city and conducting outreach with residents in priority locations.

April 26, 2024Community Engagement, Research

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Alumni Spotlight

Samantha Holland Hughes reflects on how DSLS opportunities played a pivotal role in shaping her career journey, culminating in her current role, while emphasizing the significance of seizing every opportunity for personal and professional growth.

Alumni Spotlight 

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CAS Chronicles is the monthly newsletter for the University of South Florida's College of Arts and Sciences, your source for the latest news, research, and events at CAS.