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CELEBRATING 30 YEARS OF PHDS IN PHILOSOPHY AT USF

The Department of Philosophy at the University of South Florida is celebrating the 30thanniversary of the first Ph.D. it awarded, and is pleased to acknowledge and honor the careers of the three who were the first to receive the degree.

May 2, 2022Accomplishments

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ENGLISH PROFESSOR PUBLISHES TWO NEW BOOKS OF POETRY FOCUSED ON CLIMATE, ENVIRONMENT

Heather Sellers, a professor in the Department of English at the University of South Florida recently published two new books of poetry – Field Notes from the Flood Zone (two editions) – which addresses issues of climate change and the environment.

May 2, 2022Accomplishments

Eric Winsberg

THE INTERSECTION OF PHILOSOPHY, COVID, AND MORALITY OF SCIENCE

In a 24-minute film "Moral Models: Crucial Decisions in the Age of Computer Simulation" Professor Eric Winsberg—widely recognized for bringing the study of computer simulation to philosophy of science—shares his views on COVID-19 models, including their moral significance and influence on society.

May 2, 2022Accomplishments

Jody McBrien

SIGS PROFESSOR HARNESSES EXPERTISE, INTERDISCIPLINARY BACKGROUND IN FURTHER RESEARCH WORK

Dr. Jody McBrien, Professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Global Studies at the University of South Florida (USF), is a 2021-22 Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) International Affairs Fellow (IAF) for Tenured International Relations Scholars.

May 2, 2022Accomplishments

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USF ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF INSTRUCTION JOINS CNN TO DISCUSS RUSSIA/UKRAINE CRISIS, GLOBAL IMPACTS

Dr. Tatsiana Kulakevich, a Research Fellow in the USF Institute on Russia and Assistant Professor of Instruction in the School of Interdisciplinary Studies, appeared on CNN to discuss Russia’s imminent invasion of Ukraine, in a segment that aired on January 29, less than a month before Russian troops entered the country.

May 2, 2022Accomplishments

Soros Fellowship Collard

USF Alumnus Awarded Prestigious Fellowship to Study Economics at UC Berkley

Patrick Collard, a University of South Florida (USF) alumnus, who graduated with a bachelor’s of science degree in quantitative economics and a bachelor’s of arts degree in mathematics, was recentlyawarded fromThe Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans, a $90,000 graduateschoolfellowship for outstanding immigrants and children of immigrants in the United States. Collard is among 30 New Americans selected from a pool of over 1,800 applicants.

May 2, 2022Accomplishments

Aisha Durham

AISHA DURHAM WINS PRESTIGIOUS MARSHA HOUSTON AWARD FROM THE NATIONAL COMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION

Aisha Durham, Associate Professor in the Department of Communication and Affiliated Associate Professor in the Departments of Humanities & Cultural Studies, Women's & Gender Studies, and Africana Studies at the University of South Florida, recently received the inaugural Marsha Houston Award from the National Communication Association (NCA).

January 21, 2022Accomplishments

Anjuliet Woodruffe

ANJULIET G. WOODRUFFE WINS PRESTIGIOUS DONALD P. CUSHMAN MEMORIAL AWARD FROM THE NATIONAL COMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION

Anjuliet G. Woodruffe, doctoral candidate and graduate teaching assistant in the Department of Communication at the University of South Florida, recently received the 2021 Donald P. Cushman Memorial Award from the National Communication Association (NCA).

January 21, 2022Accomplishments

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DR. FALLON GOODMAN DELIVERS TALK ON SOCIAL ANXIETY IN THE MODERN WORLD

Recently, USF Assistant Professor of Psychology Dr. Fallon Goodmandelivered a TEDx talkdiscussing what social anxiety is, why it’s increasing across the globe, and the costs to our health.

January 21, 2022Accomplishments

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DR. NAVITA JAMES RECEIVES THE 2021 NATIONAL COMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION WOMEN’S CAUCUS FRANCINE MERRITT AWARD

Dr. Navita James, Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Communication at USF, recently received the 2021 National Communication Association (NCA) Women’s Caucus Francine Merritt Award.

January 21, 2022Accomplishments

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EVANGELINE LINKOUS NAMED 2021 PLANNER OF THE YEAR

USF MURP Program Director Evangeline Linkous was named 2021 Planner of the Year by the Sun Coast Section of the American Planning Association.

January 21, 2022Accomplishments

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PATRICE BUZZANELL WINS PRESTIGIOUS SAMUEL L. BECKER DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD FROM THE NATIONAL COMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION

Patrice Buzzanell, Professor and Department Chair in the Department of Communication at the University of South Florida and Endowed Visiting Professor for the School of Media and Design at Shanghai Jiaotong University, recently received the 2021 Samuel L. Becker Distinguished Service Award from the National Communication Association (NCA).

January 21, 2022Accomplishments

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The College of Arts and Sciences is the intellectual heart of the University of South Florida. We are a community of teachers and scholars united in the belief that broadly educated people are the basis of a just, free, and prosperous society. By focusing on the big questions facing all of humanity, we prepare students for successful, socially responsible personal and professional lives. By conducting innovative, interdisciplinary research and scholarship, we advance knowledge in ways that prepare us to address complex social and scientific problems and enhance the quality of life for people and communities.