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USF’s culture of innovation sparks global recognition from Times Higher Ed

The University of South Florida continues to make tremendous strides in advancing technologies that meet global demand – now ranking No. 1 among U.S. universities for its commitment to industry, innovation and infrastructure – one of the United Nations’ top Sustainable Development Goals.

April 27, 2022University News

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Phone calls add personal touch to USF’s recruitment of underrepresented students

Nearly 200 USF faculty, administrators and staff have been working to boost enrollment among underrepresented populations by personally reaching to admitted students to answer questions or address concerns they might have as they finalize their college decisions.

March 25, 2022University News

USF senior Mahmoud Youssef participates in a video call.

Mentoring program leads USF initiative to improve male student outcomes

A pilot mentoring program matches mentee students one-on-one with peer mentors to support their transition to college life and enhance their sense of belonging both in and out of the classroom. The program is administered through a partnership between the USF Office of Student Success and Mentor Collective.

January 27, 2022University News

Jay Stroman, CEO of the USF Foundation; Connie Leung, Tony Leung, donors; Irene Hurst, director of operations, USF Center for Analytics and Creativity, standing in front of a bronze bull statue.

USF receives $1 million gift to create scholarships for low-income Hillsborough County students

The University of South Florida announced a $1 million gift from Connie and Tony Leung, founders of Sanwa Food Group, to establish the Leung Family Scholarships.

January 27, 2022University News

Alexander Mercier in a suit in front of the MLK fountain on the USF Tampa campus.

Undergraduate student becomes USF’s first Rhodes Scholarship finalist

Alexander Mercier is the first USF student to emerge from the rigorous evaluation process that leads to the identification of finalists. His selection reflects the breadth of qualities the Rhodes selection committee seeks in candidates -- outstanding intellect, character, leadership and commitment to service.

November 17, 2021Honors and Awards, University News

The president of McKibbon Hospitality and the chairman of McKibbon Hospitality hold custom USF football jerseys alongside Pam and Les Muma.

Partnership between USF and McKibbon Hospitality creates hospitality teaching lab with iconic hotel brands

The University of South Florida Muma College of Business and McKibbon Hospitality announced a new partnership that will turn some premier hotel brands into intensive student training grounds.

November 10, 2021Community Partnerships, University News

Provost Ralph Wilcox, Paul Dosal, Alexis Roberson, Kameryn Philpot, Kiara Brooks, Nicole Luckett, Fenda Akiwumi, Neudy Carolina Nuñez (L-R) cut a ribbon at the grand opening of the new IBL SS student lounge.

USF enhances commitment to inclusive excellence with new space dedicated to celebrating diversity

USF students, faculty and staff celebrate the opening of the Institute of Black Life & Student Success Student Lounge, a dedicated space on the third floor of the Marshall Student Center on the Tampa campus that was announced in March.

November 4, 2021Campus Life

Aaliyah Samuel holds a pen to take notes as she listens to a staff member speak

U.S. Department of Education leader commends USF’s use of federal funds allocated for COVID-19 response

Aaliyah Samuel, deputy assistant secretary for Local, State and National Engagement, visited the Tampa campus to learn first-hand about USF’s initiatives to help close the achievement gap and ensure timely graduation, and its emphasis on attracting transfer students as well as professionals who want to continue their education mid-career.

November 4, 2021University News

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USF center director lands historic $8.5 million arts learning grant

Denise Davis-Cotton, director of the University of South Florida’s Center for Partnerships in Arts Integrated Teaching, has been named principal investigator of an $8.5 million grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Education to strengthen arts educational programming in the nation’s educational system.

October 18, 2021University News

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USF launches initiative to enhance Latino student success, impact in the Hispanic community

The University of South Florida today announced the creation of a task force to build on the university’s commitment to Latino student access and success.

October 14, 2021University News

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Esports enhances its visibility at USF

USF Esports will soon have a physical presence on the Tampa campus. Located inside the Recreation and Wellness Center, the 2,500-square-foot Esports Living Lab will feature 40 PCs and will be divided into spaces for casual gaming and watch parties, content creation and competitive gaming.

September 20, 2021Campus Life, University News

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USF welcomes the largest, most diverse and high-achieving class of first-year students in university history

High-achieving high school graduates from across the United States and around the world increasingly select the University of South Florida as their preferred higher education destination.

September 7, 2021University News

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