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President’s Day began as a day of remembrance for the birthday of George Washington, the nation’s first president. Learn more about the history of the presidency and the evolving nature of the role.
February 19, 2024Campus News
A group of 24 USF students will soon embark for South Carolina to experience firsthand what it’s like to work on the campaign trail. As part of the Road to the White House course, students canvass, phone bank and see how presidential campaigns are run during a critical juncture of the election cycle.
Job and Internship Fair provides first networking and career development opportunities for many students
The annual Job and Internship Fair will bring 80 employers to campus to meet with students and alumni to discuss career development opportunities that strengthen job prospects and clarify career paths.
The University of South Florida and Florida Holocaust Museum to house papers and personal collection of Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor and Nobel Laureate
The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity named the University of South Florida and the Florida Holocaust Museum as the permanent home of the papers and artifacts of Elie Wiesel, a Holocaust survivor who became an esteemed humanitarian, writer and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Nearly 20 youths from throughout Pinellas County were recognized for advancing the ideals of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during an inspirational ceremony at USF St. Petersburg. Middle, high school and college students were celebrated for overcoming adversity, fighting for social justice and lifting up their communities.
Aurèlio Manuel Valente will be in a unique position to use his professional knowledge and personal story to help students flourish during their college experience as the new regional assistant vice chancellor for undergraduate studies.
January 8, 2024Campus News
For some students, the path to earning a college degree isn’t a straight line as they juggle responsibilities and competing demands. Chau “Casey” Nguyen’s journey took nearly 25 years. This fall, her persistence will be rewarded as she graduates with a bachelor’s degree in General Business Studies.
To cap a semester learning about thinkers who revolutionized our understanding of nature, Professor Rebecca Johns took her class on a camping trip. Exploring, journaling and reflecting on course readings, students spent the day and evening at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve.
What started as an idea by a student in a USF government class has become official policy: Veterans can now ride public buses for free in Pinellas County.
A vital way to learn journalism is by doing journalism. That’s the spirit that imbues a new podcast series created by USF St. Petersburg’s journalism program and the Tampa Bay Times.
A pitch night event at USF St. Petersburg showcased the businesses and financial technology (fintech) solutions being developed by 15 high-growth startups from across the U.S. and abroad as part of the second FinTech|X Accelerator.
Campus organizes industry focus groups on local workforce needs to ensure graduates are prepared for job market
A series of industry focus groups tied to USF St. Petersburg’s most popular majors provided valuable insight into students’ career readiness and whether graduates are meeting the needs of local employers.