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The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has named 10 University of South Florida researchers as new Fellows.
Congratulations, Dr. Guitard! She was recently honored in a virtual event, which included this short video in which she shared her research interests.
Congratulations, Dr. Brad Seibel! He is one of 22 USF faculty members who didn’t allow the pandemic to impede productivity.
August 16, 2021Awards
On October 1, we celebrated our talented graduate students and the critical fellowships that support their research and education.
Brock Murch, Senior System Administrator for the Optical Oceanography Lab at the USF College of Marine Science, was just recognized as an “unsung hero” by NASA.
September 29, 2020Awards
Jessica Caggiano Chosen as a Future Investigator in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology (FINESST)
Jessica Caggiano, was recently awarded funding through the Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology (FINESST) competition.
August 26, 2020Awards
Dr. Merz, who serves as Program and HF Radar Operations Director for the Coastal Ocean Monitoring and Prediction System, is one of 38 leading academic inventors nationwide named as new NAI senior members.
August 11, 2020Awards
Please join us in congratulating Chuanmin, who was elected to the Academy of Science, Engineering and Medicine of Florida (ASEMFL)!
August 4, 2020Awards
USF College of Marine Science graduate & communications fellow Carey Schaefer, announced as a Gulf Research Program Policy Fellow.
July 29, 2020Awards
Hapke will receive the award at the 2020 GSA Annual Meeting in Montreal, Quebec in October.
Pamela Hallock Muller recently received the prestigious Raymond C. Moore Medal, which is presented by the the Society for Sedimentary Geology for sustained excellence in paleontology.
May 21, 2019Awards
Mya Breitbart, who has been elected as a new Fellow in the American Society for Microbiology in recognition of her groundbreaking achievements in studying viruses.