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USF St. Pete has big plans for the fall
(Jun 2019) In addition to a slew of new students joining the University of South Florida St. Petersburg campus in the fall . business calculus. “We wanted take a look at how the course can be redesigned in a

Column: Honoring Judy Genshaft’s legacy at USF
(Jun 2019) Our two universities have a unique window through which to look at her outstanding history . She has built programs that put her students and faculty squarely in the mix with technology leaders,

USF president’s tenure lauded by UCF, UF leaders | Commentary
(Jun 2019) Our two universities have a unique window through which to look at her outstanding history . She has built programs that put her students and faculty squarely in the mix with technology leaders,

Florida is third worst state in U.S. for sex-trafficking, two local criminology professors look at why
(Jun 2019) . Fox is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminology and Courtesy Professor in the Department of Mental Health, Law, and Policy at the University of South Florida. Dr. Fox earned her

How Economic Inequality And Ride-Sharing May Impact How Long You Are Stuck In Traffic
(Jun 2019) Florida International University professor Richard Florida and New York University . We know from our previous study that when we look at income inequality South Florida has the highest income

Medical marijuana: A Catch-22 for Florida residents, researchers
Jun 19th, 2019 04:40 UTC “I look at the patient, and I ask . Dr. Kevin Sneed, founding Dean of the University of South Florida College of Pharmacy and Senior Associate VP of USF Health, hopes to attain DEA approval to

Jane Castor rounds up solid crew of advisors for transportation and construction services
on 18th of Jun 2019 University of South Florida Center for Urban Transportation . and under their leadership these first two advisory teams will look for ways we can expedite projects across the board.”

University of Miami recruits Varona to lead law school
(Jun 2019) He has relatives in South Florida. He earned a Bachelor of Arts from Boston College . “I am thrilled and deeply honored to be joining the University of Miami School of Law community, and look

USF Federal Credit Union announces Jennifer DiLoreto as the new Vice President of Risk Management
(Jun 2019) I look forward to helping this organization . and is a Certified Fraud Examiner. USF Federal Credit Union offers a full range of financial services to the faculty, staff, students, alumni

Film Based on Book Written by USF History Professor Highlights Homophobic Firings During the Cold War | USF News – USF News Channel
(Jun 2019) Film Based on Book Written by USF History Professor Highlights Homophobic Firings During the Cold War | USF News  USF News Channel

Crusade against homosexual federal workers featured in new documentary based on USF history professor’s award-winning book.

Remembering Tocobaga: USF archaeologists search for remnants of native town – Tampa Bay Newspapers
(Jun 2019) Remembering Tocobaga: USF archaeologists search for remnants of native town  Tampa Bay Newspapers

SAFETY HARBOR — University of South Florida archaeologists are searching for the buried remnants of one of Tampa Bay’s most historic landmarks, the native .

NASA Selects USF Researcher for the First Female-Dominated Crew for Underwater Mission to Simulate Space Exploration – USF News Channel
(since May, 2019) NASA Selects USF Researcher for the First Female-Dominated Crew for Underwater Mission to Simulate Space Exploration  USF News Channel

Csilla Ari D’Agostino, PhD, research assistant professor of psychology at the University of South Florida (USF), was selected to join NASA’s next underwater .

How Economic Inequality And Ride-Sharing May Impact How Long You Are Stuck In Traffic – WUSF News
(Jun 2019) How Economic Inequality And Ride-Sharing May Impact How Long You Are Stuck In Traffic  WUSF News

A new study looking at how much time people spend stuck in traffic links widespread economic inequality to a lack of access to public transportation. The.

Jane Castor rounds up solid crew of advisors for transportation and construction services – Florida Politics
on 18th of Jun 2019 Jane Castor rounds up solid crew of advisors for transportation and construction services  Florida Politics

Tampa Mayor Jane Castor named two local community leaders to head advisory teams for transportation and construction services, two of the new mayor’s top .

Potential new therapeutic target for Alzheimer’s discovered – Drug Target Review
on 18th of Jun 2019 Potential new therapeutic target for Alzheimer’s discovered  Drug Target Review

Study finds a promising antagonist that blocks specific interaction between apoE and amyloid precursor protein which could be used for Alzheimer’s disease.

Florida Could Reap Windfall From Opioid Settlement – WUSF News
(Jun 2019) Florida Could Reap Windfall From Opioid Settlement  WUSF News

Millions of dollars could be coming to Florida as part of a potential settlement of lawsuits filed over opioid abuse. But legal experts say strings should.

USF students digging up Tampa Bay mysteries at archaeological site in Safety Harbor’s Philippe Park – ABC Action News
(Jun 2019) USF students digging up Tampa Bay mysteries at archaeological site in Safety Harbor’s Philippe Park  ABC Action News

SAFETY HARBOR, Fla. — USF students are digging up mysteries at an archaeological dig in Safety Harbor’s Philippe Park. “I love that sense of adventure and .

Alzheimer’s Researchers Uncover Potential New Therapeutic Target – Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
(Jun 2019) Alzheimer’s Researchers Uncover Potential New Therapeutic Target  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

From a drug perspective, it would not be an exaggeration to say that therapies developed to treat Alzheimer’s disease (AD) have fallen short. Yet thankfully, due .

Bugs To Watch Out For This Season – WUSF News
(Jun 2019) Bugs To Watch Out For This Season  WUSF News

Lovebugs, termites, mosquitoes, cockroaches – there is no doubt that Florida is home to many insects, and they seem to thrive in the state’s hot, humid.

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