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Shelly Wagers presents the results of Rethinking Domestic Violence Cases to members of CASA. Credit: Adam Johnson

Student Research Projects Aim to Rethink Domestic Violence Cases

Shelly Wagers, an Assistant Professor of Criminology at USF St. Petersburg, wonders how we, as a community, can reduce rates of domestic violence, hold offenders accountable and keep victims safe?

December 12, 2019Research and Innovation, Student Life

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USF St. Petersburg Fall Commencement to Honor Distinct Accomplishments of Students

USF St. Petersburg will host two ceremonies on Sunday, December 15 at the Mahaffey Theater. Graduates from the Kate Tiedemann College of Business and the College of Education will walk at 1 p.m., and those graduating from the College of Arts and Sciences will walk at 5 p.m.

December 9, 2019Events

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Symposium to Cover Cutting-Edge Field of Computational Biology

On December 13 and 14, USF St. Petersburg will host the second symposium of the International Society for Computational Biology Regional Student Group, Southeast USA.

December 5, 2019Events, Research and Innovation

Melissa Seixas

Community Leader Melissa Seixas Named to USF St. Petersburg Campus Board

The University of South Florida Board of Trustees today appointed Melissa Seixas to a four-year term to the USF St. Petersburg Campus Board.

December 3, 2019Campus News

Members of the Student Green Energy Fund pose in front of the newly installed ORCA.

Bettering the Community and Environment through Food

From donating to those in need to growing sustainably, reducing waste to helping the hungry, USF St. Petersburg and its student body is using food – something we all have in common – to enrich our community.

November 25, 2019Student Life, Sustainability

Map showing the location of all three campuses with the text: One University Geographically Distributed

Perspective: Consolidation Expands the Impact of USF Research and Innovation

Consolidation of the University of South Florida’s three campuses is an extraordinary opportunity to build upon our growth as a leading center of research and innovation and to expand the benefits of our high-impact efforts to all corners of the Tampa Bay Region.

November 25, 2019Campus News

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Perspective: Student Success in a Consolidated USF

On July 1, 2020, the student success movement at the University of South Florida will be consolidated across three campuses, managed by a team of caring professionals charged to deliver equitable and high-quality programs, practices, policies and technologies to all undergraduate students.

November 21, 2019Campus News

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Black History Preservation Drive Aims to Tell Untold Stories of St. Petersburg

Janice Ayer Jackson was one of more than a hundred attendees at the black history preservation drive held at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum on November 9.

November 20, 2019Research and Innovation

Kate Tiedemann College of Business

USF St. Petersburg Recognized as a Top 25 Online MBA Program by The Princeton Review

The University of South Florida St. Petersburg offers one of the nation’s most outstanding online MBA programs, according to The Princeton Review. The prestigious education services company includes the university in its list, Top 25 Online MBA Programs for 2020.

November 20, 2019Campus News

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International Students Talk about Life at USF St. Petersburg

As November is International Education Month, we reached out to several of these students to hear their stories and lessons they have learned along the way.

November 19, 2019Student Life

Tanner Anderson

MLB Pitcher Enrolls in USF St. Petersburg’s MBA Program

Today, Tanner Anderson throws for the Oakland Athletics. While recovering from the long season and preparing for the next season ahead, he enrolled in the MBA program at USF St. Petersburg’s Kate Tiedemann College of Business, where he’s pursuing a degree in business analytics.

November 13, 2019Student Life

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Professor is Editor of Book Collection Highlighting the Art of Adaptation

“Ovid and Adaptation in Early Modern English Theatre” is a collection of essays from various scholars focused on how famous playwrights such as Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe adapted Ovid for their time.

November 12, 2019Research and Innovation

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