The University of South Florida improved substantially in U.S. News and World Report’s Best College rankings released Monday, positioning the university higher than it has ever been and continuing USF’s trend of rapid ascension in recent years. In the new rankings, USF rose 10 spots to No. 58 among public universities and jumped 16 spots to No. 124 among all public and private universities for 2019.
The Treasurer is responsible for treasury operations and managing University debt and investments.
A graduate of USF becomes the first alum to be inducted into the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame. Phillip Furman (‘72) is co-inventor of Retrovir (AZT), the first effective anti-viral drug to slow the symptoms of HIV/AIDS.