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Academy of Science, Engineering and Medicine of Florida Announces Selection of 15 New Members for 2022
Dr. Mya Breitbart, a professor and microbiologist at the USF College of Marine Science, is among 15 prominent scholars from throughout the state of Florida who were selected for membership to the Academy of Science, Engineering and Medicine of Florida (ASEMFL).
May 23, 2022Honors and Awards
Hopler is USF Professor of English and an Award-winning Poet
April 20, 2022Honors and Awards
A distinguished university professor of mathematics, Dr. Jonoska is among just over three dozen scholars nationwide selected for the 2022 Simons Fellows in Mathematics program. This distinguished fellowship allows researchers to devote up to a year to focus solely on research for the long periods often necessary for significant advances.
March 17, 2022Honors and Awards
A recent study ranked four University of South Florida St. Petersburg campus faculty members among the world’s best. Hossam Arshour, Barnali Dixon, James McHale and Joan Reid were recognized among a global database of over 100,000 researchers across all fields of study.
Faculty from the College of Engineering, Morsani College of Medicine and College of The Arts are the new honorees from USF.
February 11, 2022Honors and Awards
Florida USF alum Israel Morejon (2020), Dr. Jean-François Rossignol (2020), and Dr. Norma Alcantar (2021) were inducted into the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame.
The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) has named two USF Health Morsani College of Medicine faculty members — Loree Heller, PhD, and Juan Sanchez-Ramos, PhD, MD — to its new class of Senior Members.
The list includes USF's first Black honoree.
From predicting suicidality to disinfecting masks, these faculty members are some of USF’s top innovators.
Throughout the pandemic, USF Information Technology rapidly deployed new solutions that aided in efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and created applications within weeks that provided financial, academic and emotional support to students. It was a tremendous lift that kept students on track in their studies—all made possible by IT’s pre-COVID technical strategy (USF Newsroom).
Three University of South Florida faculty members have been tapped as fellows for the National Academy of Inventors. It is the highest honor given to academic inventors. The academy is based at USF and tapped 161 other inventors from 116 research universities and institutes across the globe (Tampa Bay Business Journal / paywall).
Three University of South Florida faculty members whose inventions in engineering, molecular medicine and chemistry are shaping drug discovery, environmental sustainability and modern dental care have been selected as new National Academy of Inventors Fellows.
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