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New assistant program director for the Office of Multicultural Affairs hopes to create a safe space for all students on campus

As the new assistant program director for the OMA at USF’s St. Petersburg campus, DeWayne Anderson wants students to have the same college experience he did, where he felt welcomed and supported.

October 8, 2021Campus News

Morgan Greig at Archivo General de Simancas

Student wins graduate history award, conducts research in Spain on de Soto expedition to Tampa Bay

Morgan Greig won the 2021 Leland Hawes Graduate Student Essay Prize in Florida Studies and is currently in Spain searching the archives for additional source material for his master's thesis about the Hernando de Soto expedition to Florida.

October 1, 2021Campus News

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

Honors College enrollment increases by more than 50 percent on St. Petersburg campus

Student enrollment in the Judy Genshaft Honors College on USF’s St. Petersburg campus has jumped by more than 50 percent for the 2021-22 academic year.

September 14, 2021Campus News

Abigail Cooper is graduating with a bachelor’s degree in forensic studies and justice.

Teen student overcomes eating disorder to become youngest in graduating class

Teen's determination and focus led her to become the youngest graduate at the University of South Florida’s 2021 summer commencement. At just 19 years old, Abigail Cooper is graduating with a bachelor’s degree in forensic studies and justice.

August 19, 2021Campus News

Alumna Paige Railey heads to the Olympics for Team USA

Sailor and alumna Paige Railey heading to Tokyo Olympics

Clearwater native Paige Railey will soon head to the Tokyo Olympics for Team USA. "I just want to perform well. I want to go out there and execute the things I've been training for,” Railey said. “If I do that, everything will fall into place."

July 2, 2021Campus News

Freshman Shawn Linsday with other students

Expanding services to help students from underserved communities

First-year students from underserved communities get a preview of what life will be like this fall on campus.

June 29, 2021Campus News, Student Life

Giving Week 2021

Giving Week to raise funds that support student success and innovative programs at USF

Giving Day is when University of South Florida alumni, family and friends come together to support a wide array of university initiatives that propel students to succeed, keep them on track to graduate and fund innovative programs and research that enrich the community.

April 5, 2021Campus News

Student working on laptop

‘Discover Your PATHe’ Program for High School Students Transitions to Online Format

This free event is an opportunity for students and their families to learn everything they need to know about successfully navigating the complex journey to post-secondary education.

May 26, 2020Campus News, Student Life

Nine graphic design students completed a coffee table book to celebrate Creative Clay’s 25th Anniversary.

Graphic Design Program Partners With Creative Clay on Coffee Table Book to Celebrate Nonprofit’s 25th Anniversary

Creative Clay first approached the Verbal and Visual Arts Department about the project last year, after the nonprofit decided to create a book that would help shine a light on the work of its artists.

April 28, 2020Research and Innovation, Student Life

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Free ‘Discover Your PATHe’ Event to Give High School Students a Feel for College Experience

Pinellas Access to Higher Education (PATHe) is a community outreach program offered by USF St. Petersburg and St. Petersburg College which provides equitable and attainable pathways to higher education for all students in Pinellas County.

March 4, 2020Campus News, Student Life

Student working a phone bank for a political candidate

Road to the White House Internship Places Students with Presidential Campaigns during Critical Juncture of Primaries

On Sunday, February 2, students from USF St. Petersburg will travel to New Hampshire for The Road to the White House 2020, a 10-day internship that offers them the opportunity to participate in presidential primary campaigns.

January 29, 2020Student Life

First-year student Johnette Williams volunteered with St. Petersburg City Councilwoman Gina Driscoll for a Feeding Tampa Bay activity as part of the Innovation Scholars Career Exploration Program.

Student Begins Political Journey by Shadowing St. Petersburg City Councilwoman

During the Fall 2019 semester, 30 first year students paired with mentors from St. Petersburg organizations and businesses as part of a new Innovation Scholars Career Exploration Program at USF St. Petersburg.

January 14, 2020Student Life

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