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Innovations Magazine 2024

2024 Innovations Magazine

From impactful community projects to the academic successes of students to research that pushes boundaries and advances knowledge, you’ll read about many of these vital achievements and compelling stories in this year’s issue of Innovations, our campus magazine.

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USF St. Petersburg Campus Events

The Arts

Poetry Out Loud

Date: March 2, 9am-3pm
Location: USC Ballrooms

A national poetry competition providing high school students the chance to recite great poems while enhancing public speaking and presentation skills. 

The Race

Grand Prix of St. Pete

Date: March 8-10
Location: Adjacent to Campus

Drivers come from around the world to compete in the annual IndyCar race.

New Class

Admitted Students Day

Date: March 23, 9am-4pm
Location: Campuswide

All newly admitted Bulls and their families visit campus to take a tour, learn about student life and academics, meet other students and more.

Nelson Poynter Memorial Library

The USF St. Petersburg campus library is home to 200,000 books and provides access to more than 720,000 ebooks, 18,000 streaming films and documentaries, and librarians who specialize in all offered majors. The USF St. Petersburg campus library also houses tech centers, online learning, cultural events, and an array of resources focused on student success.

Nelson Poynter Memorial Library 

Alumni and Friends

Alumni Spotlight

Learn about the impact of USF St. Petersburg on alum Khris Johnson.

Khris Johnson, Head Brewer/Co-Owner of Green Bench, is a founding faculty member of the USF St. Petersburg campus' Brewing Arts Program.

Alumni Society

Get news, research updates, and special event invitations from the Alumni Association.

Stay connected with others long after your student career on campus ends.

Consider a Gift

All of USF St. Petersburg benefits from the community’s generosity.

Contributions, regardless of size, open doors for innovation and steer students toward positive achievements.