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USF Health College of Pharmacy students at the announcement event

USF Announces $10 Million Gift to Name the USF Health Taneja College of Pharmacy

The University of South Florida announced today it has received a $10 million gift from Taneja Family Foundation to name the USF Health Taneja College of Pharmacy.

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President Steve Currall to Lead His First USF Commencement Ceremonies

New University of South Florida System President Steve Currall will lead his first commencement exercises during summer ceremonies held Aug. 3-4. Currall officially became USF’s seventh president on July 1. More than 3,200 USF System degrees will be conferred during a total of three ceremonies at the Yuengling Center in Tampa and the Mahaffey Theater in St. Petersburg, including graduates from 48 states and 79 nations.

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."

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.

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