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New Civil Rights Exhibit Includes USF Special CollectionBeaches, Benches and Boycotts: The Civil Rights Movement in Tampa Bay opens Aug. 1 at the Florida Holocaust Museum, 55 Fifth St. S, St Petersburg. The exhibit includes material from USF's Robert and Helen Sauders Collection, named for the slain Florida NAACP field secretary, and photos from the Tampa Bay Times archives. Read more.
USFSP Founding Dean Takes the Rays' Pitcher's Mound
In celebration of USF St. Petersburg’s 50th anniversary, founding dean Dr. Lester Tuttle, Jr. threw out the first pitch for Saturday's USF Night with the Rays. Dr. Tuttle laid the foundation for decades of growth at USFSP.
Do you have a special memory of your time at the university? Alumni are invited to join in the celebration by sharing their stories at http://www.usfsp.edu/alumni/tell-us-your-story/.
Business Journal Lists '5 USF Technologies to Watch Of USF's phenomenal 104 patents received in 2014 (which makes us No. 13 in the world for universities), which will most benefit society? That was the question Tampa Bay Business Journal put to Valerie McDevitt, associate v.p. for technology transfer. These are her top five.
Former Bulls Basketball Star Shares Story of Recovery Former USF standout basketball star B.B. Waldon is slowly learning to walk again and faces more surgeries to correct damage to his back, legs, hand and nasal cavity following a horrific April traffic accident. As former coaches and teammates rally to support Waldon (pictured with his wife, Kelly), Tampa Tribune reporter Joey Johnston shares his story. Read more.
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