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Students to work on campaign trail for Road to the White House course

As part of the Road to the White House 2024 course, students are participating in a 10-day internship leading up to the South Carolina primary on February 25. While there, students canvass, phone bank and see how campaigns are run during a critical juncture of the election cycle.

February 14, 2024Student Success

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USF and Florida Holocaust Museum to house papers and personal collection of Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor and Nobel Laureate

The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity named USF and the Florida Holocaust Museum as the permanent home of the papers and artifacts of Elie Wiesel, a Holocaust survivor who became an esteemed humanitarian, writer and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.

February 5, 2024University News

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USF students help prompt free bus rides for Pinellas County veterans

What started as an idea by a student in a USF government class becomes official policy today: Veterans can now ride public buses for free in Pinellas County.

November 10, 2023Community Partnerships

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USF students team up with Tampa Bay Times reporters for new podcast series

A vital way to learn journalism is by doing journalism. That’s the spirit of a new podcast series created by USF St. Petersburg’s journalism program and the Tampa Bay Times.

October 26, 2023Community Partnerships, Student Success

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New street mural adds color and vibrancy to the USF St. Petersburg campus

A new street mural on the USF St. Petersburg campus has been painted between the University Student Center and Student Life Center – melding geometric figures with school spirit. It was painted by a graphic arts faculty member along with 10 students and was part of the SHINE St. Petersburg Mural Festival.

October 19, 2023Campus Life

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USF Contemporary Art Museum’s inaugural GENERATOR exhibition opens on the St. Petersburg campus

As part of its ongoing expansion of arts programming across Tampa Bay, the USF College of The Arts’ Contemporary Art Museum is presenting the inaugural GENERATOR exhibition on the St. Petersburg campus. GENERATOR is an expansion of USFCAM, which seeks to be an incubator of new ideas and a place for expanded artistic experimentation.

October 4, 2023Campus Life

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University of South Florida continues landmark dementia prevention research with NIH award

Researchers at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg campus have received a grant across the next five years from the National Institutes of Health National Institute on Aging to continue ground breaking work in dementia prevention through a clinical research study called Active Mind.

September 27, 2023Research and Innovation

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New This Year

Bulls returning to USF will enjoy new facilities, campus recreation and dining options on all three campuses.

August 14, 2023Campus Life, Student Success, USF Athletics, USF Health, University News

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‘Snakeman’ studies venomous snakes due to conservation concerns in Florida

USF graduate student Shiv Shukla is working to understand fungal disease discovered in a variety of snakes across the state.

July 21, 2023Research and Innovation, Student Success

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Educational trip to Europe provides impactful experience, teaches significance of the Holocaust

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

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Ship granted to USF will enhance Florida Institute of Oceanography’s efforts to build a robust ocean science and maritime workforce

After a 4,000-mile journey, a 117-foot twin-hulled ship granted to the University of South Florida is docked at its new home port in St. Petersburg, where it will be operated by the Florida Institute of Oceanography to offer transformative opportunities for students to explore and advance the field of ocean science.

July 12, 2023Research and Innovation

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USF contingent experiences the Marines Corps

From navigating obstacle courses to hearing from men and women commissioned as officers, a delegation from the University of South Florida took part in an inspiring and informative week at the U.S. Marine Corps Educators Workshop.

July 3, 2023Community Partnerships

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