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How the USF College of Marine Science responded to Hurricane Ian

In the wake of Hurricane Ian, researchers at the University of South Florida College of Marine Science have been hard at work studying the storm’s impacts on the state. From high-resolution modeling to satellite imagery, here's a snapshot at how USF teams were hard at work.

December 1, 2022Research and Innovation

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Veteran and military-connected students continue to serve communities impacted by Hurricane Ian

More than a month since Hurricane Ian made landfall, USF student veterans and alumni continue relief efforts in southwest Florida.

November 7, 2022Community Partnerships

USF College of Nursing faculty and staff are volunteering at Swift Action Force Emergency camps in southwest Florida – providing expertise in the medical tent and distributing food and water to families.

Hurricane Ian recovery: 'This is about doing what's right and helping people'

As soon as Hurricane Ian stormed through Fort Myers and its vicinity, USF community members sprang into action. From collecting donations, to hosting clean-up missions and lending professional expertise, faculty, staff and students are continuing efforts to support those in need.

October 20, 2022University News

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Neighbor helping neighbor: USF researcher explores the positive impact of 'zero responders' in the wake of Hurricane Ian

Assistant Professor Christa Remington just returned from the Fort Myers area where she met with public officials, FEMA personnel and local nonprofit leaders to discuss how they can leverage social ties and build greater synergy between them, and the grass-roots efforts led by local volunteers.

October 14, 2022Research and Innovation

Student volunteers assist with Hurricane Ian prep at special needs shelters

USF volunteers serve nearly 1,500 hours to assist evacuation shelters during Hurricane Ian

To help the community during a time of crisis, the USF Community Emergency Response Team and Medical Response Unit banded together during Hurricane Ian.

October 3, 2022University News

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