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An interdisciplinary team of faculty and students turns environmental impact data into music

USF Anthropologist Heather O’Leary turned her coastal impact data into music that people could understand and enjoy. The project, CRESCENDO, is an interdisciplinary group of faculty and students working together to create and disseminate moving music about the environment.

February 20, 2024Campus News, Research and Innovation, Sustainability

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Graduate students analyze historical data to inform future city planning

A partnership between the City of St. Petersburg and USF’s Muma College of Business provided a group of graduate students the opportunity to analyze historical data that could help the city make informed decisions about future growth in the community.

June 5, 2023Campus News, Community Partnerships

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USF St. Petersburg and Jabil Partner on Citizen Data Scientist Program

At USF St. Petersburg, students from Jabil enter the Citizen Data Scientist program with a real-world business problem. Over the course of three months, they learn and apply data science methodology to identify potential solutions

October 25, 2019Campus News, Research and Innovation

Sunny Side Up. Re-imagine data. September 25, 7:30-9am.

College of Business Event to Help Business Leaders Dive into Data for Predictive Guidance

USF St. Petersburg’s Kate Tiedemann College of Business (KTCOB) and the St. Petersburg Downtown Partnership will host a panel discussion about the emerging power of data in the world of business.

September 19, 2019Events

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Alum Develops Predictive Model for Matching Blood Platelet Donors with Patients in Need

Kelley Counts was pursuing his MBA when he was struck by an idea that had the potential to benefit patients in need of critical blood products.

April 26, 2019Research and Innovation

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The Economic Impact of Domestic Violence in Pinellas County: $132 Million

The cost of domestic violence in Pinellas County is $132 million a year, or roughly $21,000 per victim.

November 12, 2018Research and Innovation

Some of the nearly 40 attendees who came out to the third installment of the Data Analytics Executive Roundtable.

Forum Brings St. Petersburg Community Together to Focus on Latest Data Analytics Technology and Trends in Health Care

Big data and data analytics are trendy topics that have seeped into everyday business, news cycles and culture. All manners of activities from social media marketing to finance to health care are investing heavily to capture and analyze large streams of data to predict and enhance decision-making.

July 6, 2018Events

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