Conference leadership team poses for a photo outside the Hilton Bayfront.

Conference on im/migrant well-being launches new center

The USF College of Arts and Sciences’ Im/migrant Well-Being Research Center and co-sponsor Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute at The George Washington University (GWU) hosted the inaugural biennial conference, “Im/migrant Well-Being: A Nexus for Research & Policy” at the Hilton, St. Petersburg on February 17-18.

March 10, 2023Supporting

Multi-drug resistant S. aureus superbug. (Photo source: Adobe)

USF researchers focus on the ‘Achilles heel’ of drug-resistant bacteria: Cell division

The World Health Organization (WHO) labels antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections as one of the biggest threats to human health in the world today.

March 10, 2023Supporting

Sarath Witanachichi, PhD.

Dr. Sarath Witanachchi elected Senior Member of the National Academy of Inventors

Dr. Sarath Witanachchi, USF College of Arts and Sciences Department of Physics chair and professor, is one of five USF faculty members who have been named by the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) to its new class of 2023 Senior Members.

March 10, 2023Accomplishments

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