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Believe in Bulls: Short stories about a few of USF's incredible graduates and how they're shaping the future.

Believe in Bulls

Short stories about a few of USF's incredible graduate and how they're shaping the future.

Kristin Beck, the first openly transgender former U.S. Navy Seal, speaks during the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Equal Opportunity Inaugural Inclusive Excellence Luncheon.

First Openly Transgender U.S. Navy Seal Helping Build USF’s Momentum Toward Inclusive Excellence

USF is continuing to enhance its commitment to creating a safe and welcoming environment for LGBTQ+ students, faculty and staff.

Student Body President Britney Deas and VIce-Presidet Travis McCloskey

USF Elects First African-American Woman to Serve as Student Body President

USF Elects First African-American Woman to serve as Student Body President.

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

Olympic Gold Medalist and Actor/YouTube Personality to Speak at USF

University Lecture Series hosts Gabby Douglas and Josh Peck, free and open to the public.

Netflix cofounder Mark Randolph speaking at USF

Netflix Cofounder Marc Randolph Offers Up a Primer to Entrepreneurs at the Muma College of Business Thought Leader Series

You don’t have to be especially gifted to come up with the next big idea. You don’t have to have an MBA, or live in Silicon Valley; you don’t have to be a world traveler or have an engineering degree. You don’t even have to be particularly smart, Mark Randolph told a large crowd at the second USF Muma College of Business Thought Leader Series on Thursday afternoon.

USF graduate students working at the 2019 USF Drone Race

Students Compete in USF’s First Brain-Drone Race

More than 300 attendees from the USF and Tampa community gathered at the University of South Florida to watch student pilots fly drones with nothing more than brain power.

The National Pan Hellenic Plaza at USF

USF Opens New Plaza Symbolizing Diversity and Inclusion

USF becomes the first non-Historically Black College or university among Florida public institutions to develop such space

Actor, Winston Duke

Actor Winston Duke to Speak at USF on Feb. 5

The University of South Florida will welcome actor Winston Duke to campus on Tuesday, Feb. 5 as part of the student-run University Lecture Series.

Rocky standing outside the deli in the USF Publix

Publix Officially Opens at USF

The USF Publix will be the grocer's first location on a college campus.

Classmates William Maillis, 11 (left), and John Beeman, 75, listen to lecture in their Contemporary Thinking in Astronomy course.

64 Years Apart and Learning Together as Bulls

USF’s youngest and one of its oldest students form an unlikely connection through USF astronomy course.64

University Student Center residence hall at USFSP

New USF St. Petersburg Residence Hall to Increase Students Living on Campus by Nearly 70 Percent

USF St. Petersburg is moving forward with plans for a 375-bed residence hall that will give students more affordable housing options downtown.

Housing & Residential Education Assistant Vice President Ana Hernandez posing with award in front of bull statue.

USF Housing & Residential Education Receives Public-Private Partnership Gold Award

The University of South Florida Village received the “Best Education Project - Gold” award at the annual P3 Awards, hosted by P3 Bulletin, one of the largest organizations recognizing impactful public-private partnerships across the Americas.

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