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Nationwide protests highlight significance of continued research and education to prevent racism
USF researchers have spent decades studying the many facets of civil unrest. They’ve witnessed activists spark effective change, demonstrations lead to destruction and communities become wary of police. They’ve educated tens of thousands of students on significant moments of history and how such history tends to repeat itself. It’s a lesson playing out nationally in response to the death of George Floyd with protests erupting thousands of miles away from where he died in Minneapolis police custody.
June 3, 2020Research and Innovation
USF psychology professor wins NSF grant to study remote work in response to COVID-19
The National Science Foundation has awarded a USF psychology professor grant funding to study the rapid transition to remote work, driven by the COVID-19 pandemic.
April 29, 2020COVID-19, Research and Innovation
Pretrial Publicity Hinders Prosecutors’ Ability to Prove Guilt
Media coverage is more likely to influence jurors to vote for acquittal than for conviction. This new finding challenges arguments that pretrial publicity is of greater concern to defendants due to their Sixth Amendment right to a fair trial.
January 9, 2020Research and Innovation