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AI and the military: Gen. Frank McKenzie shares insights ahead of national security conference at USF

The revolution of artificial intelligence is transforming the nature of international competition, conflict and cooperation. In partnership with U.S. Central Command, USF will host “AI in the Era of Strategic Competition,” an interdisciplinary conference March 5-7 that brings together senior military officials, private industry and USF’s leading AI faculty experts.  

February 28, 2024University News

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Law joins fellow university presidents at national conference to highlight the value of higher education

USF President Rhea Law shared how the university is addressing challenges during a panel session hosted this week at a National Student Success Conference in Orlando.

February 28, 2024University News

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

Men’s basketball’s electrifying season sparks excitement throughout USF community

The USF community is thrilled as the men’s basketball team is setting and breaking their own records in a fantastic conference run.

February 20, 2024University News

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USF remains a top producer of Fulbright Scholars

With eight faculty and administrators selected for the highly competitive Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program during the 2023-24 academic year, USF tied for No. 6 nationally. This is the eighth time in the past nine years USF has earned the prestigious top-producer designation.

February 13, 2024Honors and Awards, University News

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Two USF online programs rank in the top 25

Several of the University of South Florida’s online graduate programs are considered among the best in the nation, according to the 2024 Best Online Programs rankings released today by U.S. News & World Report. 

February 7, 2024University News

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

USF Libraries preserves local African American history

A bountiful repository of local African American artifacts spanning more than 150 years provides a glimpse into the community’s lives, struggles and achievements in Tampa Bay. Rare books, personal papers, photographs and even property records are available in the USF Tampa campus library, the Nelson Poynter Library at USF St. Petersburg and online.

February 6, 2024Campus Life, Community Partnerships, University News

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USF faculty experts available for interviews on unique Valentine’s Day topics, including how AI could influence gift giving

With Valentine’s Day approaching, the University of South Florida offers a variety of faculty experts to discuss topics including the ways AI can suggest gift ideas, how supply chain disruptions could impact the availability of gifts and flowers, as well as how the heart responds to romance and love.

February 6, 2024University News

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USF and Florida Holocaust Museum to house papers and personal collection of Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor and Nobel Laureate

The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity named USF and the Florida Holocaust Museum as the permanent home of the papers and artifacts of Elie Wiesel, a Holocaust survivor who became an esteemed humanitarian, writer and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.

February 5, 2024University News

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USF Day at the Capitol highlights AAU achievement, emphasizes priorities for ongoing success

Tallahassee was glistening in green and gold as more than 100 students, alumni and leaders from USF’s three campuses convened for USF Day at the Capitol. The annual gathering coincides with the current legislative session and allows Bulls to rally support for university priorities while lawmakers provide a glimpse into the democratic process.

January 31, 2024University News

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National survey by USF researchers shows voter opinions on inflation, impact of politics on mental health, election distrust and social media use

Researchers at the University of South Florida have released findings from a nationwide survey that measures attitudes related to key election issues. The survey, sponsored by Cyber Florida at USF, addresses how Americans feel about topics including inflation, the impact of politics on voters’ mental health and social media usage.

January 31, 2024University News

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USF offers record number of summer camps for K-12 students

The University of South Florida will offer more than 40 educational youth summer camps, including new camps focusing on business, technology, athletics, medicine, science and law.

January 30, 2024University News

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USF makes great strides in critical campus enhancements

Maintenance on the comforts and necessities that make up the infrastructure of USF is the target of 87 critical projects that USF’s Facilities Management team is tackling on all three campuses.

January 25, 2024University News

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