Other Campus Events
Book Launch of Black Immigrant Literacies
Date: December 07
Time: 5 - 7 pm
Location: TECO Hall at USF College of Education
Information: You're invited to the launch of Black Immigrant Literacies, by Dr. Patrainn Smith. This is a free event open to the public.
The Enlightenment Workshop Series presents courageous conversations designed to foster a culture of inclusive excellence at the University of South Florida. Organized by the Black Employee Steering Committee with support from the Institute on Black Life and Black Faculty & Staff Association, these sessions began in 2020, and since the launch, over 1200 members of the USF community have registered to attend.
Each lecture is free and open to the public and hosted online through Microsoft Teams. View the suggested reading list, organized by topic.
Each January, the Tampa campus Office of Multicultural Affairs brings together campus and community partners to commemorate and reflect on the legacy of one of the greatest Civil Rights leaders of the twentieth century, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We honor his dream and vision through a variety of events that embody his commitment to social justice, service and civility.
The mission of Black Heritage Month is to educate both the USF and Tampa Bay community on the importance of the history and significance of the Black culture. Celebrated February 1st - March 1st, Black Heritage Month provides an educational atmosphere for students, staff, faculty, and alumni to celebrate and commemorate the contributions that the Black community has made to society.
Stampede of Service (SOS) is a 3-part event series featuring a month of service opportunities focused on specific UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). SOS includes an interactive kickoff event, direct community service with a local non-profit and a reflective wrap-up facilitated by Civic Engagement Board student leaders and CLCE staff.
The Tampa campus Office of Multicultural Affairs hosts a variety of diversity-centered events throughout the year. These events are meant to expand your knowledge, enhance your college experience, and create an inclusive environment where everyone can feel at home.
The Center for Student Involvement has always and will always be dedicated to ensuring that our students are consistently engaged with our community and having fun while doing it. CSI will continually have events planned and lined up to keep the student body entertained and by doing so, this will provide us with an avenue to stay connected to each other.
The Institute for the Study of Latin America and the Caribbean (ISLAC) strives to be an interdisciplinary center of excellence promoting distinguished scholarship, teaching, and service to the community, both local and global. ISLAC offers a wide variety of events.
The Humanities Institute at the University of South Florida (USF) is an interdisciplinary research center that aims to address fundamental and longstanding questions about the human condition through the examination of the complex dynamic between race, gender, socioeconomic status, religion, ethnicity, sexual identity, age, and other factors. The Humanities Institute offers a variety schedule of events.
The Frontier Forum lecture series is sponsored by the USF Office of the Provost and the USF College of Arts and Sciences. Since 2010, the series has hosted several notable public intellectuals such as Jane Goodall, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Jeffrey Toobin and Martha Nussbaum. Students, faculty, staff, and members of the Tampa Bay community have had the wonderful opportunity to learn from these accomplished speakers.
Trail Blazers has a 42-year history of hosting lively discussions with the College’s leading faculty. During these events, supporters and alumni gain exclusive access to their latest research and have the opportunity to engage in thought-provoking conversations about issues that matter to them.
The Department of Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of South Florida offers a wide host of events surrounding critical issues related to women and gender.