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During an inspirational ceremony at the USF St. Petersburg campus on January 12, more than 15 middle, high school and college students from throughout Pinellas County were recognized for advancing the ideals of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
This new community roundup series intends to shed light on the ways that USF faculty, staff, students and administration are actively engaged every day in the community.
The SHINE St. Petersburg Mural Festival returned for its eighth year, with 18 artists creating murals around the city, including one on the west wall of the Piano Man building. The mural was painted by artist Reginald O'Neal and depicts both the Mundari tribe of South Sudan and historian John Henrik Clark, a pioneer in the creation of Africana Studies.
The University of South Florida welcomes the Tampa Bay area to attend Homecoming Week celebrations, Oct. 9-15. Participants can join students, alumni, faculty and staff in dozens of events across all campuses, including a concert, carnival, parade and the USF football game.
Around 50 students had the opportunity to gather in Lynn Pippenger Hall and get advice from a panel of sports executives and personnel on how to break into the sports and entertainment industry.
September 23, 2022Events
USF St. Petersburg to host town hall to raise awareness about disaster preparedness in south St. Petersburg
Community organizers, Pinellas County and the Initiative on Coastal Adaptation and Resilience at USF St. Petersburg campus are organizing a July 12 town hall in south St. Petersburg in the hopes of creating a network of assistance in the event of a disaster.
During the pitch event, which concluded the inaugural FinTech|X Accelerator program, each company gave a 4-minute pitch explaining a particular problem in the world of finance.
USF's Office of Multicultural Affairs commemorated Juneteenth on the St. Petersburg campus, bringing together the community to shed light on the holiday’s complicated history, discuss current racial justice issues and celebrate through artistic performances.
June 17, 2022Events
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.