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Turning Passion into Edible Purpose; Religious Studies Instructor Promotes Food Sovereignty
Locally grown food holds a special meaning for Dell deChant, associate chair and master instructor in the USF Department of Religious Studies, whose life-long research has led him from studying religious culture to contemporary issues around food and community, specifically food sovereignty.
October 16, 2019Campus Life
USF Forensic Anthropologist Testing Human Remains Believed to Potentially Belong to Amelia Earhart
USF forensic anthropologist Erin Kimmerle is featured in a documentary produced by National Geographic about aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart, who disappeared over the Pacific Ocean during an attempt to fly across the world.
October 14, 2019Research and Innovation
USF Researcher Awarded NIH Outstanding Investigator Grant for Understanding and Limiting Bacterial Proliferation
Prahathees Eswara, PhD, an assistant professor in the University of South Florida’s Department of Cell Biology, Microbiology, and Molecular Biology, has recently been awarded an Outstanding Investigator grant from the National Institute of Health. He is the first faculty member from USF to receive this prestigious award.
USF Archaeology Class Digs Up Florida’s Native American History
University of South Florida archaeologists are digging into one of Florida’s oldest native landmarks in hopes of unearthing insightful clues about the Tocobaga native people in Safety Harbor.
June 24, 2019Research and Innovation
Film Based on Book Written by USF History Professor Highlights Homophobic Firings During the Cold War
Crusade against homosexual federal workers featured in new documentary based on USF history professor’s award-winning book.
June 7, 2019Research and Innovation
‘Suture Zone’ to Blame for Mysterious 2014 Earthquake Felt Across Florida
New research from University of South Florida seismologists has uncovered the unexpected source of a 2014 earthquake felt across southern Florida – an anomaly for a state that historically has almost no seismic activity.
May 28, 2019Research and Innovation
Defending Earth from Asteroids
In the desert of Arizona, robotic telescopes search the sky for asteroids on a collision course for Earth. It’s an effort that could one day avoid a catastrophe on a planetary scale, and a project that a University of South Florida graduate student is helping to strengthen.
May 14, 2019Research and Innovation
Data From Recent Study Identifies Possible Genetic Modifier Linked to Sickle Cell Trait Athlete Deaths
A recent study published in Southern Medical Journal, led by researchers from the University of South Florida and Arizona State University, identifies a genetic variation known to affect sickle cell disease symptomology.
May 9, 2019Research and Innovation