St. Petersburg Conference on World Affairs to provide global perspective and insight into historic turmoil
Distinguished speakers throughout the political spectrum and with unique backgrounds and experiences will try to make sense of the historic turmoil of the past year at the 2021 St. Petersburg Conference on World Affairs from February 23-26.
February 16, 2021Events
In honor of President’s Day and to learn more about how the role of U.S. president has evolved, we turned to USF St. Petersburg campus Political Science Professor Judithanne Scourfield McLauchlan.
February 15, 2021Campus News
Dramatic decreases in traffic caused by COVID-19 shutdowns improved air quality in car-dependent states but didn’t offset additional forms of pollution in other parts of the country. The study, led by Yasin Elshorbany, an assistant professor of atmospheric chemistry and climate change at USF’s St. Petersburg campus, was published in the Journal of Remote Sensing.