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A USF English Professor and Eckerd College colleague are navigating the urban watersheds of Tampa Bay to raise awareness of their importance to the region and tell both environmental and human stories.
If you or your family members are considering a higher education degree, counselors with the Pinellas Access to Higher Education (PATHe) program will be on hand to help you apply for financial aid at the Fries & FAFSA event on March 22 and 30.
March 16, 2022Events
Heather McGhee, the NY Times bestselling author, will give a public talk on campus on March 15 about the economic impacts of structural racism.
March 14, 2022Events
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Listening to Babies will reflect back on meaningful community progress and lessons learned to support the social, emotional and learning development of young African American and Hispanic children.
Hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs at the USF St. Petersburg campus, the virtual conference aims to enhance learning and understanding around concepts of diversity, inclusion and social justice.
February 15, 2022Events
Distinguished speakers across the political spectrum and from a diversity of cultures will convene at the 2022 St. Petersburg Conference on World Affairs to provide both a global and local perspective on the biggest challenges facing our world.
Institute on Black Life conference to delve into historic and contemporary issues impacting local African American communities
USF’s Institute on Black Life (IBL) will bring together academics, community leaders, students and residents to highlight community projects and facilitate ongoing research into the history and culture of the Black experience.
USF, Junior League of Tampa sponsor free virtual discussion to protect children from online predators
The University of South Florida and the Junior League of Tampa will offer a free interactive discussion on Tuesday, Jan. 11, from 7 to 9 p.m., to help parents recognize warning signs and create safeguards to protect their children from online predators.
As the world began emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic, life began to return to normal at USF’s St. Petersburg campus in 2021. Students and faculty returned to the classroom and events began again, albeit many in either remote or hybrid format.
People throughout the Tampa Bay area and beyond can get inspired, engage their curiosity and deepen their knowledge of science and art at the St. Petersburg Science Festival and MarineQuest on Saturday, October 16. Like last year, the immersive experience will be held virtually due to the pandemic.
Juneteenth has become the most well-known celebration for the ending of slavery in the United States and viewed by some as America’s second Independence Day. But the history of this important celebration is complex and often misunderstood.
More than half the population has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Case numbers are declining, but with nearly half of the people not yet vaccinated, it’s clear that trust is not there for many Americans. In an online forum, Trust & Vaccines, a panel of experts looked at what’s motivating people to get the vaccine and why others still are not.
June 14, 2021Events