University of South Florida News
Dozens of students from the University of South Florida are standing side by side with President Rhea Law, trustees and other university leaders in Tallahassee to advocate for the university’s priorities in the 2022 state legislative session that began last week.
January 18, 2022University News
The University of South Florida’s annual celebration of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. will honor his vision with several activities, including community service and a commemorative brunch.
January 13, 2022University News
Scientists with the USF Genomics Program Center for Global Health and Infectious Disease Research have taken a significant step in providing the people of Rwanda the scientific tools they need to help address mental health issues that stemmed from the 1994 genocides of the Tutsi ethnic group.
January 10, 2022Research and Innovation
Reverse vending machines have been installed on campus. Funded by The Coca-Cola Company and its Tampa-based bottling partner, Coke Florida, the sustainability initiative not only promotes recycling, but gives back to the USF community.
University of South Florida researchers release national public opinion survey findings on vote-by-mail security and election fairness
Researchers at the University of South Florida, in collaboration with researchers at Florida International University, have released a second round of results from a nationwide survey. This set is aimed at measuring public opinion about several proposed electoral/voting reforms, as well as attitudes about the Electoral College.
January 20, 2022Research and Innovation
Chronicle of Higher Education: Lots of Campuses Are Starting the Semester Online or Late. Here’s Why Some Aren’t.
January 10, 2022
Diverse Issues in Higher Education: Restoring Trust in Public Health Among Underrepresented Populations
January 10, 2022
January 7, 2022