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USF Announces $10 Million Gift to Name the USF Health Taneja College of Pharmacy
The University of South Florida announced today it has received a $10 million gift from Taneja Family Foundation to name the USF Health Taneja College of Pharmacy.
Latino Scholarship Program Provides Financial Aid to Nearly 150 USF Students
The dream of pursuing a college education will continue for 140 University of South Florida students, who will be awarded financial assistance this week through the USF Latino Scholarship Program. The group of students will receive more than $278,000 in scholarships for the 2019-20 academic year, made possible through generous gifts to the USF Foundation.
August 14, 2019University News
Making Microbes that Transform Greenhouse Gases
Researchers at the University of South Florida are harnessing the power of human physiology to transform greenhouse gases into usable chemical compounds – a method that could help lessen industrial dependence on petroleum and reduce our carbon footprint.
August 13, 2019Research and Innovation
National Academy of Inventors Selects Five USF Faculty as Senior Members
Five University of South Florida faculty members whose innovative work spans neurosciences to clean energy to engineering and pharmaceutical chemistry have been named by the National Academy of Inventors to its new class of Senior Members.
Public Health Grad Receives 2 Top USF Awards, Graduates in 3 Years with Perfect GPA
When Andrea Prospect graduated the USF College of Public Health (COPH) with her BSPH on August 3, she walked away with more than a diploma.
August 12, 2019University News
Hearing Loss May Be Preventable with Development of New Drug
The first ever medication to treat age-related hearing loss could potentially receive FDA approval through a comprehensive study being conducted at the University of South Florida.
August 12, 2019Research and Innovation
Public Health Students Help Vulnerable Communities Get Ahead of the Storm
USF College of Public Health undergraduate students were able to get out of the classroom and into the field this summer as they served some of Hillsborough County’s most vulnerable communities to help residents in building their hurricane preparedness plans.
Nano-Delivered Therapy Inhibits Spread of Ovarian, Uterine Cancer Cells
Advanced ovarian and uterine cancers are deadly diseases. Ovarian cancers, in particular, present with vague symptoms common to other diseases, and often are not diagnosed until a late stage when cancer has spread throughout the abdomen.
Undergraduate Student Researchers Highlight Experience During National Conference
University of South Florida undergraduate students were part of the inaugural cohort of student leaders presenting at the national Council on Undergraduate Research's Undergraduate Research Programs Division Conference 2019, held in Columbus, OH in June.
USF Health, USF Athletics Adopt Independent Medical Model for Student-Athlete Care
USF Health and USF Athletics partnered on an implementation of an independent medical model that supports the physical and psychosocial welfare of student-athletes. Under the new model, physicians will have increased contact with athletic trainers and student-athletes within the Selmon Athletic Center Athletic Training Clinic, where they care for more than 450 student-athletes.
Supporting Research That’s Helping Save Our Oceans
Along U.S. Route 1, about halfway between Key Largo and Key West, sits an unassuming yet premiere research facility helping solve some of the most pressing threats facing the world’s marine ecosystems.
August 7, 2019Research and Innovation
Bergstrom Builds on Record-Breaking First Season With Bulls
Swedish standout Albin Bergstrom rewrote the record books during his fantastic freshman season at USF and added another incredible feat to his golf resume this summer.
August 6, 2019Athletics