Viewing items with Category: All Categories, Year: All Years
Uplifting a Community by Improving its Environment
For University of South Florida Professor, Christian Wells, PhD, the health and wellbeing of a community is tied directly to the health of the environment around it. It’s that belief that influences Wells’ work and has led to a productive partnership with a Tampa-area nonprofit transforming an in-need community right in USF’s backyard.
November 5, 2019Research and Innovation
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 Researchers Find No Human Remains in First Phase of Investigation at Dozier Site
The Florida Department of State (DOS) and the University of South Florida (USF) announced that the USF research team led by Erin Kimmerle, PhD, concluded the first phase of its investigation of the 27 anomalies reported near the Dozier School for Boys and found no evidence of human remains.
July 23, 2019Research and Innovation
USF Researchers Begin New Investigation at Dozier Site
A research team from the University of South Florida is beginning to examine portions of land near the former Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Marianna, Fla. this week, after a contractor recently discovered 27 anomalies during routine cleanup work.
July 18, 2019Research and Innovation
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
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