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rendering of on-campus stadium

USF shares new on-campus stadium renderings and an update on the groundbreaking ceremony

University of South Florida fans can start the countdown to seeing shovels in the ground to begin the construction of a transformational new on-campus stadium.

April 11, 2024USF Athletics, University News

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USF football Spring Game sold-out as enthusiasm builds for on-campus stadium

It's USF Week and the excitement over the new on-campus stadium is especially apparent as USF football’s Spring Game at Corbett Stadium on Saturday is a sellout.

April 11, 2024USF Athletics

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USF an industry leader in generative AI

Microsoft selected USF to be one of the first institutions to test new AI software, helping the university expedite a variety of processes. Its nimble approach inspired the tech company to prominently feature USF as educators and leaders from across the globe advance workforce readiness in the era of AI.

April 10, 2024University News

Night time rendering of the USF on campus stadium

USF selects construction manager for new on-campus stadium

As the University of South Florida football team prepares to host its spring game on Saturday afternoon at Corbett Stadium, the university today announced a significant development in the plans to build a new on-campus home for the Bulls.

April 9, 2024USF Athletics, University News

USF researcher reveals the hidden story behind one of St. Augustine’s most famous attractions

USF researcher reveals the hidden story behind one of St. Augustine’s most famous attractions

David Arbesú tediously pieced together the life of one of Florida’s founding fathers, whose believed to be the first priest in the United States and is still honored today in St. Augustine.

April 9, 2024Research and Innovation

USF graduate programs ranked among the nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report

Nearly two dozen graduate programs at USF considered among the best in America

According to new rankings released by U.S. News & World Report, USF is home to nearly two dozen graduate programs considered to be the best in America.

April 9, 2024University News

Students sit on a lawn staring up at a solar eclipse

Twenty-five years later, astronomy professor gets second chance to witness total solar eclipse

Kevin MacKay is determined to make his road trip to see a total solar eclipse better than the one he took with students in 1999. Moments before the big event, clouds rolled in, obstructing their view. On April 8, MacKay will get a second chance, informing his classroom about the phenomenon in the process.

April 4, 2024Research and Innovation

three students in full graduation regalia stand outside the marshall center, with a bull statue to their left

Pathway programs ensure that dreams to attend USF don’t have to be deferred

USF recently hosted more than 300 students from high schools across Florida to show them pathway programs put in place to remove barriers and help them be successful in college.

April 3, 2024Student Success

Jing Wang, professor of electrical engineering, and Ugur Guneroglu, graduate student, working on micromachined on-chip microwave acoustic resonators and filters for integrated RF and microwave front end systems.

New partnership will allow USF to advance U.S. Army innovation, bolster talent pipeline

The University of South Florida is broadening its collaboration with the U.S. Department of Defense through a formalized agreement with the U.S. Army. The five-year educational partnership agreement coalesces faculty from throughout the university to conduct critical defense research and provides student internships – helping broaden the talent pipeline for future military needs.

April 2, 2024Community Partnerships, Research and Innovation

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USF research reveals language barriers limit effectiveness of cybersecurity resources

The study explores links among demographic characteristics, cyber hygiene practices and cyber victimization using a sample of limited English proficiency internet users.

April 1, 2024Research and Innovation

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USF launches free online certificate program in fintech

A new online certificate program from the University of South Florida will teach students, entrepreneurs and working professionals about the dynamic and disruptive world of financial technology, also known as fintech.

April 1, 2024Student Success

Johnnie Giffin and Amy King

USF receives $1 million gift to provide St. Petersburg campus students with scholarships

The generous gift comes from Tampa Bay area resident Johnnie Giffin, who established a new USF Women in Leadership & Philanthropy scholarship to honor her late mother and USF alumna, Fay Baynard, who died in 2017.

April 1, 2024USF Foundation

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