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The fall term that’s on your terms

The University of South Florida is committed to creating an environment that gives students more options than ever, so that each student can create the semester that fits best with their wishes, their schedule, their lifestyle and their living preferences.

July 23, 2020Campus News

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Historical preservation grant will help restore the 130-year-old Williams House

The Florida Division of Historical Resources has awarded USF’s St. Petersburg campus a grant towards the preservation of the John C. Williams House, a historic building nestled behind oak trees on University Way.

July 22, 2020Campus News

Federal CARES Act Application for USF Students

Navigating financial aid resources and opportunities in the new COVID landscape

The coronavirus pandemic and its impact on many sectors of the economy is directly affecting college students, from lost jobs to reduced family support due to changing financial situations

July 20, 2020Campus News

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‘Voices of Booker Creek’ explores the ecological and cultural significance of a local urban stream

A collection of writings and photographs chronicling a storied urban stream has been published by English professor Thomas Hallock and three graduate research assistants.

July 14, 2020Research and Innovation, Sustainability

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Alumni purchases Gulfport’s Gabber Newspaper to keep hyperlocal news alive

Cathy Salustri has covered a lot of strange stories for Gulfport’s Gabber Newspaper, but the one about Gordan the goat, who wandered into a St. Beach Beach bar after an alleged kidnapping, stands out from the rest.

July 6, 2020Campus News

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University of South Florida Consolidation Takes Effect

The University of South Florida will officially begin operating under a single accreditation for the Tampa, St. Petersburg and Sarasota-Manatee campuses on Wednesday, July 1.

July 1, 2020Campus News

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Psychology Professor Receives Fulbright Award to Collaborate on Pediatric HIV Prevention and Treatment Research

Psychology Professor Tiffany Chenneville has been awarded the Fulbright Canada Research Chair position to conduct research and enhance international collaborations at York University in Toronto, Canada during the spring 2021 semester.

June 30, 2020Research and Innovation

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“Dose of Gratitude” Campaign Wins Prestigious Telly Award

“Dose of Gratitude,” a social media and print campaign conceived and executed by students and faculty of the USF College of The Arts, is the winner of a silver Telly Award in the category of non-broadcast social impact.

June 29, 2020Campus News, Student Life

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Then and Now: Civil Rights Professors Weigh in on the Historic Parallels of the Black Lives Matter Movement

For the past month, demonstrators around the world have protested police brutality following the killings of black Americans such as George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Tony McDade.

June 26, 2020Research and Innovation

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Florida Board of Governors Approves USF Plan for Fall Semester

The University of South Florida’s plan to resume more on-campus operations and some face-to-face courses, in-person services and other activities in the fall was approved this afternoon by the Florida Board of Governors.

June 23, 2020Campus News

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Fear and Stress about COVID-19 is Related to More Drinking, Survey Finds

People drank more during the COVID-19 quarantine than they did before the lockdown, as they grappled with stress and fear caused by the pandemic.

June 18, 2020Research and Innovation

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Covering the Protests: Alum Martha Asencio-Rhine Reflects on Being a Photojournalist During an Historic Time

As mass protests gripped the Tampa Bay area, Martha Asencio-Rhine strapped on her camera and entered the fray, determined to capture the historic scenes unfolding throughout the region.

June 15, 2020Campus News

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