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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

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

Vocal music arrives on the USF St. Petersburg campus

As part of its ongoing expansion of arts programming across the bay, the USF College of The Arts is offering a choral class as part of its Community Music Project in St. Petersburg this semester.

February 8, 2023Campus News

USFSP professor Dr. Martin Seggelke conducting the professional San Francisco Wind Symphony.

Professor Brings His Passion for Conducting to the Classroom

As his resume suggests, Martin Seggelke is a committed conductor, no matter the composition, but his speciality is with classical works.

January 29, 2019Research and Innovation

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