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CRESCENDO team after concert

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

Panel discussion during the St. Pete Conference on World Affairs

Global affairs conference explored how artificial intelligence is changing the world

Distinguished speakers from around the world discussed issues related to international relations, business, culture and climate change through the lens of artificial intelligence at the largest conference on global affairs in the Tampa Bay region.

February 1, 2024Community Partnerships, Events

Carter Casko is one of two King O'Neil Scholars for summer 2023 commencement

King O’Neal Scholar finds new career path through internship opportunities at USF

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

2022 Ethics Invitational USF team

USF team competes in finance and ethics finals that prepares the next generation of investment professionals

Students from USF were among four teams to compete in the 2022 Ethics Invitational hosted by CFA Society Tampa Bay. The competition prepares the next generation of investment professionals by presenting them with ethical challenges faced in the workplace.

April 13, 2022Campus News

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

Racism costs everyone: Expert makes 'cents' of equity for all residents at public event

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

Kate Tidemann College of Business

New Book by USFSP Business Professor Explores the Origins of Money

Noel Mark Noël, PhD, an adjunct professor at USF St. Petersburg and a business professor at USF Sarasota-Manatee, investigates currency’s impact across the spectrum of social development in his new book.

August 30, 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

U.S. Representative Kathy Castor talking to students

Innovative Mini-mester Course Explores the Economics of Women and Men at Work

The pay gap disparity in the workplace has been a source of contention and an issue that has received considerable news coverage in recent years.

May 31, 2018Research and Innovation

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