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Fossilized plaque scraped from the teeth of a 4,500-year-old skeleton discovered by University of South Florida professors is helping to unlock the secrets of what ancient humans ate and how our species evolved.
Two USF St. Petersburg campus faculty members were among a small group of professors across all USF campuses to receive the Dr. Kathleen Moore Faculty Excellence Award presented by the Women in Leadership & Philanthropy program.
May 4, 2021Research and Innovation
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
Anthropology professor John Arthur has been selected to receive the next Frank E. Duckwall Professorship in Florida Studies.
The studies are designed to analyze the effects to numerous sectors — from tourism and seafood to industries where impacts are less visible, such as healthcare and construction.
April 29, 2020Research and Innovation
Heather O’Leary, an assistant professor of anthropology, is an invited speaker at the upcoming United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, an intergovernmental body that champions gender equality and women empowerment globally.
March 2, 2020Research and Innovation
USFSP Professor of Anthropology Kathryn Weedman Arthur has been awarded $270,000 by the National Science Foundation to investigate the relationship between human conflict and the preservation of natural resources.
July 22, 2019Research and Innovation
An article on water politics and citizen science by USF St. Petersburg Assistant Professor of Anthropology Heather O’Leary has won the 2018 competition from the academic journal Case Studies in the Environment (CSE), which awards a $2,000 prize for the best environmental case study.
April 24, 2019Research and Innovation