The Zimmerman School at USF honors two Tampa Bay Times journalists for excellence in environmental journalism
The Zimmerman School at USF honors Tampa Bay Times journalists Zachary Sampson and Langston Taylor as recipients of the Waldo Proffitt Award for their excellence in environmental journalism in Florida.
Zimmerman School professor shares study on how rural journalists and public relations practitioners navigate the boundaries of their careers
Dr. Mildred “Mimi” Perreault and her colleagues conducted a study exploring how rural journalists balance their responsibilities with the increasing influence of public relations practices when reporting information to their communities.
The School of Information celebrates 50 years. Alumni, faculty, and students gathered for a memorable evening to reflect on the program’s achievements and future goals.
Dr. Judithanne Scourfield McLauchlan receives Leadership Excellence Award during Western Balkans political study visit
McLauchlan received the award during a political study visit to the Western Balkans, where she met with various government officials, organization leaders, and scholars to discuss academic collaboration and the future of shared research.
November 8, 2023Accomplishments
Dr. Davide Tanasi has been named the Gulf Coast Italian Culture and Society’s 2023 Italian American of the Year for his achievements in the field of Mediterranean archaeology.
CAS alumna Colleen Chappell receives Women in Leadership and Philanthropy’s Lifetime Achievement award
WLP recognizes Colleen Chappell's contributions to the USF community and beyond, through its Lifetime Achievement Award.
Dr. Elizabeth Aranda, professor of sociology and director of the Im/migrant Well-Being Research Center, will focus on the future of Puerto Rico in a post-disaster context in her newly awarded fellowship.
The College of Arts and Sciences congratulates four awardees at this year’s Status of Latinos (SoL) Hispanic Heritage Month awards ceremony for their academic research and community service contributions to the Latinx community.
Dr. Lauren Arrington, chair of the Department of English, has earned a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Public Scholars Fellowship. The fellowship will allow her to complete her book about how the New Deal’s art projects enabled a network of women artists to engage in advocacy efforts during the time.
Department of Communication's Dr. Marleah Dean Kruzel worked with an interdisciplinary team to examine what factors influenced women's decision making in managing their inherited cancer risk, particularly among those with gene mutations known to cause breast cancer.
School of Public Affairs alumnus is awarded recognition in the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s ‘40 Under 40’
MURP alumnus Stephen Benson currently serves as Planning Director for the City of Tampa. This achievement recognizes his outstanding contributions to the community throughout his career.
Doctoral student Glenda Vaillant Cruz shines a light on Latin American student experience in higher education
Doctoral student and Fulbright scholar Glenda Vaillant Cruz traveled to Spain to examine the Latin American student experience in higher education and reflects on the importance of her mentorship with Dr. Beatriz Padilla, director of ISLAC and associate professor in the Department of Sociology.