Honors College News
Timothy, a rising Honors College senior, business and pre-medical student, was named Moffitt Cancer Center's "student volunteer of the year." He has volunteered over 220 hours in the past year. Read more about this well-rouned honors student here.
Former USF Geosciences and Honors College student as well as Provost Scholars Program student, graduated her UG in just over 2 years in 2018 and has now been selected for the Capitol Hill Scholars Program. Click here to read more
David Gaviria, recent Honors Grad, will be atteding the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to purse a Master of Public Health with Registered Dietitian Training. David was recognized by UNC’s Gillings School of Global Public Health as a Gillings Merit Scholar, an award given to a select group of exceptional incoming graduate students. He was also awarded the first ever MPH student assistantship in the Department of Nutrition’s history. UNC is ranked the #1 public School of Public Health and #2 overall. David received a scholarship to the University of Michigan as well.
She was selected to teach English to elementary kids in Japan as part of the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program. She will enhance her Japanese skills while showing the kids how confident and energetic the Americans are! Click here to learn more about the program.
She was selected for a scholarhsip to attend the University of Oxford to obtain a Msc in Envirnmental Change and Management. Click here to read more about Awa!
She was recently accepted to the PhD program in Integrated Biomedical Sciences with a concentration in Neuroscience, here at USF. Click here for more information about the program.
She is one of six USF Undergraduate Health students who were highlighted during the 2019 Health Research Day for earning an Undergraduate Research Award. Click here to read more.
Honors alum, Patrick Mullen, is one of two USF students awarded a scholarship by Hillsborough County Medical Association (HCMA). Click here to read more!
She is awarded the fully-funded Florida State University Garnet and Gold Law Scholarship to pursue her Juris Doctor degree. She was also accepted into Stetson Law School (with a full scholarship) and the University of Florida.