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Bulls returning to USF will enjoy new facilities, campus recreation and dining options on all three campuses.
Eighteen students who took a study abroad trip to Europe focusing on the Holocaust came back with a deeper understanding of one of the darkest periods in history. The diverse group of students from USF's Judy Genshaft Honors College encountered grim details surrounding the persecution and genocide of millions of Jews from 1933-1945.
July 13, 2023Student Success
Students just returned from Seoul, where they finally got to meet their pen pals from Yonsei University whom they’ve been video conferencing and messaging with throughout the spring semester. It’s the first study abroad program to begin virtually and the first faculty-led trip to South Korea since the start of the pandemic.
June 26, 2023Campus Life
The five-story, 85,000-square-foot facility will serve USF’s most accomplished and talented students from every undergraduate college and strengthen the university’s position to attract the top talent within the state of Florida and beyond.
Alumni and diverse business owners star in the construction of the Judy Genshaft Honors College building
Since its groundbreaking in late 2020, nearly 80 businesses have worked on the five story, 85,000-square-foot building – about half are diverse-owned with an estimated spend on contracts exceeding $11 million.
May 8, 2023University News
Construction of the Judy Genshaft Honors College building to conclude with once-in-a-lifetime classroom experience
Coinciding with building construction, honors students got a hands-on lesson in construction and design through a capstone course called Exploring Behind the Veil: The New Honors Building.
The collaboration between the Judy Genshaft Honors College and the James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art in St. Petersburg allows students to see first-hand how these interactions can benefit individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.
April 17, 2023Student Success
Students from the Judy Genshaft Honors College spent part of their spring break aboard a research vessel to conduct lab-based research, observe marine life and explore society's relationship with the ocean through the lens of history, politics, journalism and the arts.
March 23, 2023Student Success
Nazek Jawad observes the world through a wide lens. Raised in Syria and educated in Lebanon and the U.S., she has developed a keen sense of communities around her and how they have been impacted by colonialism, imperialism, war and conflict between local groups.
March 15, 2023University News
From their grandmothers, to Gloria Steinem and Jane Goodall, women across USF share who inspired their passion and careers.
March 1, 2023University News
A nationwide effort to inspire more Black individuals to enter the field of engineering is growing at USF. More than 250 undergraduate and graduate students are members of the National Society of Black Engineers – up nearly 400 percent since 2017.
February 1, 2023Student Success
New USF Judy Genshaft Honors College building to feature the work of highly regarded artist Elisabeth Condon
Elisabeth Condon is a former USF faculty member based in New York City and Tampa who creates vibrant, layered fields of colorful flora and fauna by manipulating pigment pours and brushwork on linen canvas to generate lush and expansive landscapes.
January 4, 2023University News