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USF President Steve Currall

USF Welcomes President Steven C. Currall

"USF is a university in motion. It attracts the courageous, the bold, the dreamers: those who believe that the future holds opportunities yet to be realized. Even more exciting than what USF has accomplished is the extraordinary promise of what it will accomplish in the future. USF has a compelling strategic direction. Now, our task is to renew and enhance that vision."

July 1, 2019University News

USF President Steven C. Currall's first day on the USF Tampa campus

Dr. Steven C. Currall Becomes USF’s 7th President

In addition to his initial visits, Currall says one of his first priorities will be to embark on a listening tour across each USF campus to hear ideas and identify strategic opportunities.

July 1, 2019University News

USF President Judy Genshaft

Preeminent and Proud: An Oral History with Dr. Judy Genshaft

It’s been just over 19 years since Dr. Judy Genshaft was announced as the System President of the University of South Florida on March 10, 1999. To commemorate her almost-two decades of service, the USF Libraries’ Andy Huse, Associate Librarian in Special Collections, sat with President Genshaft to record her final oral history on May 22, 2019.

June 28, 2019University News

Former USF President Cecil Mackey

Former USF President Cecil Mackey Buried at Arlington National Cemetery

Cecil Mackey, Jr., PhD, the second president of the University of South Florida, was laid to rest with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery this week.

June 10, 2019University News

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