USF World News
USF Research Conference Explores Challenges and Opportunities for Inclusive Education
December 5, 2018 Alison Black grew up in Northern Ireland and was educated as part of the country’s grammar school system. While in school, she said she felt she wasn’t always receiving the same treatment as her fellow students.
Mid-Florida Fulbright Chapter Recognized at the 2018 Fulbright Association Annual
December 3, 2018 The Mid-Florida Chapter of the Fulbright Association won the Committee’s Choice Award 2018 for Innovation and Excellence.
Want to Study Abroad in College? Here’s How It Can Help Your Career
November 23, 2018 In a career workshop focused on teaching USF students how to constructively talk about their study abroad experiences, some descriptions were banned from the discussion. Amazing. Awesome. Life changing.
USF Women’s Cricket Club: Thriving On Diversity
November 21, 2018 The USF Women’s Cricket Club is thriving on diversity. Since being formed last semester, the club has quickly grown to a group of 10 women from 8 different countries.
USF World Recognizes Outstanding Contributions at the Global Achievement Awards Ceremony
November 20, 2018 USF World hosted the annual Global Achievement Awards Breakfast to celebrate the outstanding global contributions made during the 2017-18 academic calendar year.
USFSP Global Business Student Exemplifies Adaptability in Barcelona
November 8, 2018 If the thought of sudden change or an urgent deadline makes your heart race, you may have some room for improvement in the realm of adaptability. But how will you know if you’re truly adaptable?
New Invention Heading to South Africa to Generate Power and Clean Water Using Untapped
November 8, 2018 A team of researchers from the College of Engineering is conducting its final testing in preparation to ship its new and improved NEWgenerator to Durban, South Africa.
The Center for Strategic & Diplomatic Studies Hosts Author of Acclaimed Book
November 5, 2018 CSDS hosted Dr. Fariborz Mokhtari to discuss his book In the Lion’s Shadow, which chronicles the dramatic story of a Iranian diplomat who saved thousands of Iranian Jews from the hands of the Nazis during World War II.
Brazilian Student Association (BRASA) Hosts Entrepreneurship Event with Special Guests
November 1, 2018 Last month, the Brazilian Student Association (BRASA) at the University of South Florida (USF) hosted an entrepreneurship event at the Marshall Student Center’s (MSC) oval theater.
USF Celebrates 72 Years of Fulbright Programs with Special Event October 31, 2018 USF celebrated 72 years of Fulbright programs with a dinner and reception featuring Károly Jókay, Executive Director of the Fulbright Commission in Hungary.
The Benefits of Studying Abroad in College
October 24, 2018 Studying abroad is a unique, high-impact experience that will aid you personally, professionally, and academically.
USFSP Exchange Students Share Top 10 Differences Between Italian and American Educational
October 23, 2018 The exchange program is giving us great and incredible opportunities from different points of view. We are improving our business knowledge and our ability to connect and socialize with people different from us.
How to Get Your Study Abroad Paid For: These Experts Share Insider Tips
October 11, 2018 From the personal benefits of multiculturalism to the career benefits of having international experience on a resume, it’s hard to deny that studying abroad is a great thing to do in college.
3rd Annual USF President A.P. J. Kalam Postgraduate Fellow Named
October 11, 2018 The USF President A.P.J. Kalam Postgraduate Fellowship is awarded to Indian college graduates who plan to pursue a Ph.D. in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programs at the University of South Florida.
First London Alumni Chapter Event July 21, 2018 London alone as almost 100 alumni in the area and the number is growing. The chapter hosted its first event on Saturday, July 21 at the Prospect of Whitby with over 15 alumni from the area.