New Exhibit, A Family Affair, Opens at Contemporary Art Museum
A Family Affair, an exploration of personal identity and family relationships through photographs, video, performance and animation, opened this week at USF's Contemporary Art Museum. It features the work of seven artists, including Kalup Linzy's Queen Rose Family Tree (pictured), and continues through Dec. 12. Admission is free but you'll need to pay to park. A reception is planned 7-9 p.m. Aug. 28. Get details about related performances, tours and talks here.
Alum Joins Professional Women Offering Work-Life Balance Tips
The president of Swim Digital Group, a wife and the mother of 6-year-old and 9-month-old boys, says a key to achieving work-life balance is not being so hard on yourself. "The world will not stop spinning if you make a mistake," says Benjamin, a College of Public Health alumna. She and two other women pursuing careers while raising families share more tips ahead of the 2015 Working Women State Conference Sept. 10. Read more.
Tampa Bay Seniors to Benefit from Health-Care Training Grant
A $2.4 million grant will help train the next generation of health professionals while providing 6,000 mostly poor people with access to primary care services. USF Health and Tampa Family Health Centers are partnering to administer the grant aimed at improving geriatric health-care. Read more.
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