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FLORIDA ASIAN AMERICAN STUDENT UNION'S ANNUAL SUMMER SUMMIT WEEKEND
The Florida Asian American Student Union (FAASU) had their annual Summer Summit from July 14th to July 15th at USF’s Tampa campus.
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Artificial intelligence generated artwork
Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of South Florida (USF), Dr. Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman, and Associate Professor of Animation & Digital Modeling at USF, McArthur Freeman, II, joined Gayle Guyardo, the host of the global health and wellness show, Bloom, to share more about how they use artificial intelligence to generate artwork.
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SPANISH-LANGUAGE STORY ON USF HEALTH'S DR. TRICIA PENNIECOOK
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the safe children coalition (SCC) achiever program at usfsm
Darren L. Gambrell and USFSM Campus hosted the Safe Children Coalition (SCC) Achiever Program on campus for a Hospitality and Tourism Career Summit on Saturday, February 11th. Darren has hosted the achiever program on campus since 2010.
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‘Weaving the Web’ at The Great American Teach-In
The University of South Florida participated in The Great American Teach-In, an annual, nationwide event during which guests from various trades and professions visit classrooms to challenge students to begin thinking about future career paths. These community members were invited into the schools to talk about their professions and the challenges that helped them get to where they are today.
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- Associate Professor McArthur Freeman and his son, Nathaniel, partnered with the USF Sarasota-Manatee Campus Center for PAInT to offer a "Superhero Storytelling Workshop” for children of color.
- Recently named Pat Tillman scholar, Rio Tate, who after serving this country in the military now makes it his mission as a graduate student within the School of Aging Studies to conduct dementia research.
- Associate professor, Dr. Ruthmae Sears, pursues her passion to help pregnant teen mothers in the Bahamas continue their studies.
- Our new director of the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), Clara Buie, is dedicated to engaging with our multicultural communities in meaningful ways.
- Students such as architecture student Alejandro Aguirre and teacher Jennifer Caballero, opened their hearts and homes to trace their graduation success journeys with the full support of their hard-working immigrant families.
- President Rhea Law addresses the Hispanic community on Spanish-language television, detailing our proactive support of Latino success.