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Students who move into the new residence hall on the Sarasota-Manatee campus this fall will have an opportunity to live in an inaugural Living Learning Community and gain an extra edge in their studies and in their preparation for their post-college lives.
February 12, 2024Community
USF Sarasota-Manatee Celebrates Progress on New Student Center and Residence Hall with Scholarship, Naming Announcements
New and returning students who want to live in USF Sarasota-Manatee's new residence hall when it opens this fall, are eligible for up to $4,000 in scholarships to take their place in USF history as “trailblazers” who will help shape the campus’s first residential community.
2023 was an action-filled year for the Judy Genshaft Honors College and 2024 is shaping up to be even more exciting. Honors students and faculty share what they are looking forward to as we start the new year.
January 8, 2024Community
2023 was a game-changing year for the Judy Genshaft Honors College. From the grand opening of the Judy Genshaft Honors College building to expanded Honors programming and a new residence hall on the Sarasota-Manatee campus, the future is brighter than ever for the Honors community.
December 20, 2023Community
Since 2022, Honors students and educators have collaborated to share information on climate change, climate action, and climate justice as part of the Annual Worldwide Teach-In on Climate and Justice. Plans are now underway to expand the teach-in to a university-wide, weeklong event.
Friends, family, and faculty gathered to celebrate 100 high-achieving Fall 2023 Honors College graduates who were recognized during ceremonies across all three USF campuses.
Joseph Ambrosino, a junior majoring in political science and history at the University of South Florida, was selected as one of three recipients to participate in the 2023 University of Bristol Black Humanities Summer Institute Program as part of the Fulbright UK Summer Institute Program.
At the age of two, Honors student Barbara Figueredo moved to the U.S. from Venezuela after her family left the country due to the political turmoil that continues today. Coming to America and learning English at a young age made her want to pursue an Education degree.
Graduates include student veterans, a mother-daughter earning their degrees at the same time, and a future engineer with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder graduating with a near-perfect GPA.
At this year's Sarasota-Manatee Honors Symposium, the University of South Florida's Honors community gathered to recognize the outstanding achievements of first year and graduating students. The event featured presentations of freshmen theses and included a graduation celebration ceremony.
USF Professor Emerita and political analyst Dr. Susan MacManus recently visited the Judy Genshaft Honors College to speak with reporters from CNN. Following her interview, MacManus engaged in a small group discussion with Honors students interested in political science and education.
November 21, 2023Community
The 2023 Grand Challenge has come to a momentous close as student finalists pitched their proposals to conclude the competition. The winning student team, ARThritis, was selected by the panel of judges to implement their project in the Tampa community in spring 2024.