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USF St. Petersburg campus: Acknowledging the people who came before

Humans first settled in the Tampa Bay region around 15,000 years ago, according to archaeological findings. For most of that time, Indigenous communities of hunter gatherers built a prosperous life on Florida’s largest open-water estuary.

April 7, 2021St. Petersburg Campus, University Efforts

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

The Oracle: USF researchers to study effects of structural racism within St. Petersburg institutions

The city of St. Petersburg will be taking a deep dive into its history of racism and how it has manifested itself in the public sector with help from a team of USF faculty and other community figures from the city.

April 7, 2021Community Engagement, Research and Funding, St. Petersburg Campus

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USF News: $2.5 million grant helping researchers improve health disparities in communities of color

University of South Florida researchers are undertaking a multi-year study designed to improve health outcomes and reduce hospital readmission for people of color managing chronic illnesses.

April 5, 2021Research and Funding

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