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Get ready to celebrate a Bavarian-style October with USF St. Petersburg's first-ever Bulls and Brews by the Bay event. Also called "Okto-BULL-fest," the fundraiser will raise money for the St. Petersburg campus general scholarship fund, which provides much-needed financial assistance to students at the beginning of each academic year.
We talked with lawyer and president of Trenam Law Marie Tomassi to hear about how her law firm responded to the pandemic, her personal journey into law and advice she has for students interested in law school.
August 7, 2023Campus News
Growing up in Valparaiso, Indiana, Carter Casko considered becoming a real estate broker with his grandfather but pursued a different major. After several job shadowing and internship opportunities at USF, Casko said he discovered the career path that led him back to real estate.
August 2, 2023Campus News
Jeremy Bowers never thought he would wind up in a technology job. But with a father who was a database administrator, Bowers had a familiarity with the industry and took an IT job for the local newspaper until he figured out his next move. Instead of moving on, he fell in love with the world of tech in the newsroom.
April 14, 2023Campus News
USF alumna Beverly Frank named president of the Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects
Beverly Frank has designed structures on all three of USF’s campuses. She is now the first Asian American woman and USF graduate to be named president of the Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects.
February 1, 2023Campus News
We talked with educator Caprice Edmond to hear about her path to the Pinellas County School Board, the key education issues she advocates for and the role the USF St. Petersburg campus played in her career trajectory.
May 9, 2022Campus News
Drivers come from around the world to compete in the annual Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. This year, one came from right next door. Alum Dante Tornello got his first opportunity to race in his hometown.
March 15, 2022Campus News
Veteran alumnus uses political science background for better understanding of international security operations, foreign affairs work
We spoke with alumnus and veteran Lance Guillory on his academic experience, service to the nation and how both impacted his career and led him to managing his own security firm today.
November 8, 2021Campus News
Alumnus contribution chronicling history of local African American communities honored with key to the city
In 2002, journalist Jon Wilson heard about African American residents and businesses being displaced in the historic 22nd South Street corridor of St. Petersburg. What started as a singular piece on the changing character of a community would turn into nearly two decades of chronicling the African American experience.
September 23, 2021Campus News
Clearwater native Paige Railey will soon head to the Tokyo Olympics for Team USA. "I just want to perform well. I want to go out there and execute the things I've been training for,” Railey said. “If I do that, everything will fall into place."
July 2, 2021Campus News
Nikki Gaskin-Capehart is an alum twice over. Graduating in 1996 with a bachelor’s degree in Communications, she returned to USF’s St. Petersburg campus nearly two decades later, this time with a day job as director of urban affairs for the city of St. Petersburg, to earn a master’s in Liberal Arts.
May 24, 2021Campus News
Since graduating in 2015, Lori Singleton has dedicated herself to philanthropy, providing food for those in need and launching a nonprofit called The Way Project that aspires to inspire goodwill in others.
January 15, 2021Student Life