Kenneth Gay is named the Messer Family Award recipient, providing him one year of beekeeping classes at the USF Botanical Gardens.
Monique D. Hayes is a distinguished business attorney who has made an impact in the legal profession. Among her numerous achievements, her most notable is as an alumna of the University of South Florida.
A proud USF alumnus and his wife make a gift designed to help College of Arts and Sciences students eyeing medical school.
October 30, 2023Alumni
An engaging exploration of USF alumna Rebecca Campbell-Montalvo’s new book, “The Latinization of Indigenous Students: Erasing Identity and Restricting Opportunity at School,” shedding light on how institutionalized school systems affect Indigenous communities.
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.
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.
Aileen Rodriguez-Rogers, a distinguished alumna of USF and former member of USF’s Latin Community Advisory Council, shares her remarkable career and encourages others to actively engage in community advancement.
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.
The Dean’s Student Leadership Society held an etiquette luncheon with host and CAS alumna Sashy O’Connor. Students learned a multitude of etiquette techniques to benefit to their professional development.
USF alumnus writes and directs an independent film “The Throwback” using inspiration from life's gained perspective
Reflecting on his years at USF, Mario Garcia recounts how his lifelong aspiration to become a writer came to fruition in the form of a movie, inspired by his personal life lessons.
In 2022, USF alumni Yijie Zhu graduated from the School of Geosciences with a PhD in geography, environmental science, and policy. Zhu spent most of his childhood growing up in the coastal city of Shanghai, China. As a child, he recalls always having a curiosity about nature rather than television or toys.
University of South Florida (USF) alumna Lisa Anne Mifflin is the 2023 Joyce Russell Kente Alumni Award recipient. Mifflin was recognized at the April 22 awards ceremony, 22 years since the first ceremony was held.