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USF experts ready to contribute to hurricane- and storm-related coverage

Experts around the world are predicting the 2024 hurricane season will be very active and the University of South Florida offers a variety of experts to discuss related topics and new trends. Their expertise includes storm surge, flooding, effects of sea-level rise, extreme heat, resiliency of bridges and other transportation structures, effects on power grids, and implications for older adults and those with health-related concerns.

April 17, 2024University News

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USF opens cutting-edge lab aimed at rapidly providing military solutions

Managed by USF’s Institute of Applied Engineering, the new Rapid Experimentation Lab provides a unique, collaborative space to rapidly test concepts for the U.S. Department of Defense.

March 22, 2024Research and Innovation

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USF conferred more than 4,400 degrees during fall commencement

Graduates include student veterans, a mother-daughter earning their degrees at the same time and a future engineer with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder graduating with a near-perfect GPA.

December 4, 2023Student Success, University News

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USF researchers to play key role in making Tampa roads safer

Through a $2.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation, USF's Center for Urban Transportation Research will collaborate with the city of Tampa to implement essential speed mitigation measures along select roadways in underserved Tampa communities.

November 7, 2023Community Partnerships, Research and Innovation

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University of South Florida names College of Public Health building after Samuel P. Bell, III

The late Samuel P. Bell III, is considered the “father” of USF’s College of Public Health and was a longtime champion of USF and Florida residents. The former House leader and husband of USF President Emerita Betty Castor passed away on March 14.

October 10, 2023USF Health

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University of South Florida, Total NIL team up to launch Name, Image and Likeness certificate program

Foundations of NIL is a non-credit certificate program that provides current and future student-athletes, parents and administrators the training they need to build, develop, activate and monetize NIL and land deals.

September 14, 2023Student Success, USF Athletics

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USF awards more than 2,400 degrees during summer commencement ceremonies

Graduates include a Ukrainian student who relocated to the U.S., an 18 year old and a student who is pursuing a career in social work after growing up in the foster care system.

July 31, 2023Student Success, University News

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Six USF faculty members earn national recognition for research achievements

The faculty span multiple colleges and disciplines, bringing the total number of American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellows at USF to 95.

January 31, 2023Honors and Awards

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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

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