Honors class goes out to sea.

Judy Genshaft Honors College class experiences the high seas firsthand

Students from five Honors Colleges in the State University System boarded a research vessel for an overnight trip into the Gulf of Mexico. While on board, they participated in lab-based research, observed marine life, and explored society's relationship with the ocean.

March 23, 2023Campus News, Student Life

Spring break community service trip

A spring break spent volunteering at food pantries and shelters provides lessons on cultural relationships and empathy

While many students took a break from studies during spring break to visit family or vacation with friends, a group of 11 students from USF St. Petersburg traveled to Atlanta for a community service project.

March 22, 2023Student Life

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Anthropology professor will join push for more sustainable, comprehensive water policies at U.N. Water Conference

Anthropology Professor Heather O’Leary, an expert on global inequities in water politics, women’s rights, the environment and urbanization, has been selected as one of just 40 delegates for the International Science Council for the United Nations 2023 Water Conference.

March 16, 2023Research and Innovation

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