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USF architecture and water researchers partner with city of Tampa to mitigate the impact of extreme heat

USF architecture and water researchers partner with city of Tampa to mitigate the impact of extreme heat

The collaboration led to the creation of the city’s first-ever Heat Resilience Playbook, which includes 18 actionable steps to address the rising temperatures across Tampa and better protect its most vulnerable communities from the effects of extreme heat.

July 12, 2024Research and Innovation

Kathleen Heide testifies in court

Why kids kill: How curiosity drove 43 years of research and education

After more than four decades at USF, Distinguished University Professor Kathleen Heide, a nationally recognized consultant on juvenile homicide and family violence, is set to retire.

July 11, 2024University News

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

USF hosts first-ever summer course on using voice and AI as a diagnostic tool

In collaboration with the USF AI+X Institute, USF Health is helping train the next generation of medical professionals through the launch of its first-ever course dedicated to understanding how voice can be used as a biomarker for health.

July 9, 2024Research and Innovation, Student Success, USF Health

Entrance to the University of South Florida

USF's highlights from the first half of 2024

As a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, USF's dynamic labs and groundbreaking fieldwork have solidified its status as a leading research university. In just the past six months, USF has broken records, united the community in support of its athletics programs and established numerous innovative partnerships.

July 8, 2024University News

The ROV Taurus on board the Research Vessel Western Flyer.

USF and Florida Institute of Oceanography’s new remotely operated vehicle to advance deep-sea exploration and education

USF is the only university in the continental United States to own a remotely operated vehicle with such advanced capabilities, positioning it at the forefront of oceanographic research.

July 8, 2024Research and Innovation

In partnership with the Tampa Bay Brewers Alliance, the USF Brewing Arts program is launching a paid internship program designed for students to learn core skills in the art of brewing and understand business operations.

July 3, 2024Community Partnerships, Student Success

Undergraduate students visiting USF as part of a summer research program got an unexpected and rare glimpse of the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration’s Hurricane Hunters as they prepared to go on their first reconnaissance mission of the season.

July 2, 2024Student Success

USF and Global Virus Network leaders sign an agreement at a table

New virology team demonstrates the global impact of research at USF Health

The Global Virus Network is relocating its international headquarters to the University of South Florida. With its leader, Dr. Robert Gallo, co-founder of HIV, comes his team of virologists whose expertise embody the importance of collaboration in medicine.

July 2, 2024Research and Innovation, USF Health

Dr. Robert Gallo

Pioneering HIV researcher to begin new journey at USF

As Dr. Robert Gallo and his virology team join USF Health, learn more about the co-founder of HIV’s journey and how a family tragedy inspired him to pursue medicine.

July 1, 2024Research and Innovation, USF Health

Nursing students at commencement give Go Bulls signal

USF remains a top performer among state universities, leading to benefits for students and faculty

The University of South Florida continues to be one of the highest performing institutions in the state, according to new data from the Florida Board of Governors that compares public universities in categories such as graduation rates, affordability and salaries after earning a degree.

June 28, 2024University News

Chemo drug may cause significant hearing loss in longtime cancer survivors

Chemo drug may cause significant hearing loss in longtime cancer survivors

Researchers followed a cohort of cancer survivors for more than a decade to determine the progression of their hearing loss after their chemotherapy treatment. The findings reveal a need to enhance patient support to improve quality of life and outcomes.

June 27, 2024Research and Innovation

Audrey Brandt is interning with the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary in California, one of the largest federally protected marine sanctuaries in the United States.

June 26, 2024Student Success

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