CAS Chronicles

A lubber grasshopper found resting on some vegetation at the Ybor St. Community Garden. (Photo by Corey Lepak)

Bugging Out in the City: Exploring insect diversity in Tampa's urban farms and gardens with USF's Agroecology Lab

School of Geosciences professor, Dr. Estelí Jiménez-Soto, leads a study on insect biodiversity in urban farming through the USF Agroecology Lab.

May 29, 2024Community Engagement, Research

Students hold their 3D-printed projects at the conclusion of final presentation week in the Advanced Visualization Center. (Photo by Corey Lepak)

Students connect to the past using present-day digital tools in ‘Digital Dinosaurs’ class

University of South Florida students in Dr. Ryan Carney's Digital Dinosaurs course used present-day technology to bring the past to life. Students engaged in hands-on training of the cutting-edge digital tools used in paleontology.

May 30, 2024Community Engagement, Research

Political science major and Fulbright ETA recipient, Taylor Herman. (Photo courtesy of Taylor Herman)

SIGS student Taylor Herman earns English Teaching Assistant Fulbright to Moldova

Taylor Herman, a political science student passionate about international relations, has earned a prestigious Fulbright scholarship to Moldova in recognition of her academic and community contributions to USF.

May 29, 2024Accomplishments, Research

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Alumni Spotlight

USF alumna Rachel Gilmore has navigated a fulfilling career journey from her undergraduate research days to her current role at the USF Counseling Center, integrating her passions for psychology, group therapy, and self-care advocacy.

Alumni Spotlight 

About CAS Chronicles

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.