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USF Celebrates: Hispanic Heritage Month

Faculty Spotlight - Hispanic Heritage Month: Marbin Pazos Revilla

Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight: Marbin Pazos-Revilla

September 1, 2023Computer, Faculty

Norma Alcantar Florida Inventors Hall of Fame

Florida Inventors Hall of Fame: Dr. Norma Alcantar on ABC Action News Morning Blend

Florida Inventors Hall of Fame inductee Dr. Normal Alcantar appeared on Tampa Bay's Morning Blend on ABC Action News to discuss what it means to be an honored member of Florida's elite science community.

August 21, 2023Biological, Faculty, Research

2023 Outstanding Research Awards USF

6 Engineering faculty join 22 at USF recognized with Outstanding Research Achievement Awards

From improving water quality to advancing mental health care, to pursuing new treatments for Alzheimer’s and cardiovascular disease, 22 USF faculty members are being recognized next month with Faculty Outstanding Research Achievement Awards. The recipients’ research accomplishments span a variety of fields across biology, business, communication, education, engineering, medicine, psychology and public health.

August 14, 2023Faculty, Research

Prasant Mohapatra USF Provost

USF provost is a noted computer science and engineering educator and researcher

The University of South Florida’s standing as a leading research university was boosted by appointing a prominent computer science and engineering researcher and educator as its new provost and executive vice president of academic affairs.

May 22, 2023Computer, Faculty

Big Results Tiny Devices Albert Kim

Getting big results from tiny devices with Dr. Albert Kim

Working at the intersection of biology and engineering, Dr. Albert Kim focuses on the small end of things to find solutions that improve peoples’ lives.

April 25, 2023Faculty

Image of Daniel Yeh in an engineering lab

Daniel Yeh named as AAEES Kappe Lecturer

Promoting and sharing knowledge about the latest trends in environmental engineering has been the purpose of the Kappe Lecture Series since its inception in 1989 by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists. This year's Kappe Lecturer is University of South Florida College of Engineering Professor Daniel Yeh.

January 25, 2023Alumni & Friends, Faculty

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