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A look back at some of USF's biggest stories of the past year.
December 20, 2019University News
A popular tool used in the public transportation industry has entered a new era of GPS capabilities by providing hyper-specific navigation to new transit riders and passengers with visual impairments or cognitive disabilities.
December 18, 2019Research and Innovation
The shared vision that inspired us: The success of our students inside our classrooms and in the workforce after graduation. We saw that this vision of one university on three campuses provides untold opportunities to expand, improve, and strengthen our commitment to our students, faculty, and outside stakeholders.
December 17, 2019University News
Graduation ceremonies not only mark the successful completion of what is sometimes very intense and challenging journeys, but they also stand as a point of pride for the university who employs many strategies to ensure that students have what they need to succeed.
December 16, 2019University News
An engineer with the USF Center for Urban Transportation Research is working with Amazon to upgrade its voice personalization feature for public transit.
December 11, 2019Research and Innovation
As the fall semester and calendar year come to a close, I wish to take an opportunity to thank you for all that you do to advance our great university, as well as share with you some of my recent activities to help move the University of South Florida forward.
December 10, 2019University News
USF Vice President of Athletics Michael Kelly announced his selection of Jeff Scott to lead USF football as the fifth head coach in program history.
December 9, 2019Athletics
The University of South Florida System will confer approximately 5,000 degrees during its 119th commencement convocation.
December 9, 2019University News
The National Academy of Inventors announced Tuesday that University of South Florida faculty members Dr. Samuel Wickline, a pioneer in nanotechnology targeting heart disease and other disorders, and Dr. Fred Leonberger, whose discoveries in fiber optics drove the development of the modern communications industry, are new 2019 Fellows.
December 5, 2019Honors and Awards
Consolidation of the University of South Florida’s three campuses is an extraordinary opportunity to build upon our growth as a leading center of research and innovation and to expand the benefits of our high-impact efforts to all corners of the Tampa Bay Region.
December 4, 2019University News
New results from The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young (TEDDY) study show an association between prolonged enterovirus infection and the development of autoimmunity to the insulin-producing pancreatic beta-cells that precedes type 1 diabetes.