Strategic planning at USF St. Petersburg moves forward

Vision Team members conduct a mind mapping exercise

Vision Team members conduct a mind mapping exercise

The strategic planning process at USF St. Petersburg moved forward in earnest Monday night when a diverse team of students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members gathered at the University Student Center. More than 70 members of the Vision Team spent three stimulating hours discussing critical issues facing USF St. Petersburg and higher education. In addition to students, faculty, staff and alumni, … Continue reading

A warm welcome for Regional Chancellor Sophia Wisniewska

Regional Chancellor Sophia Wisniewska, Ph.D.,thanks community members for their warm welcome.

Regional Chancellor Sophia Wisniewska, Ph.D.,thanks community members for their warm welcome.

More than 200 community members filled the University Student Center Ballroom Thursday night to welcome USF St. Petersburg Regional Chancellor Sophia Wisniewska, Ph.D. The event was sponsored by the USFSP Campus Board, Duke Energy, the St. Petersburg Downtown Partnership, St. Petersburg College and Bank of Tampa. Additional support was provided by All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine, the USF Federal … Continue reading

USF St. Petersburg hosts breakfast for Concerned Organizations for Quality Education for Black Students

Regional Chancellor Sophia Wisniewska (left) and COQEBS President Ricardo Davis.

Regional Chancellor Sophia Wisniewska (left) and COQEBS President Ricardo Davis.

For the fourth year in a row, USF St. Petersburg hosted a breakfast on Wednesday for leaders of the Concerned Organizations for Quality Education for Black Students (COQEBS) to discuss their ongoing collaboration to improve student readiness in Pinellas County schools. COQEBS is a coalition of community organizations and individuals working to ensure the Pinellas County School District is providing … Continue reading

College of Education Teaching & Learning Presentations

Kayla Cinerar '13 (left) completed her work at Suncoast Elementary School and Monica Aguiar '13 did her work at Spring Hill Elementary

Kayla Cinerar '13 (left) completed her work at Suncoast Elementary School and Monica Aguiar '13 did her work at Spring Hill Elementary

Seniors in the College of Education demonstrate how they planned and executed a one or two week standards-based instructional unit in local schools this morning in Harbor Hall. These students will graduate with a Bachelors of Science in Education with certifications in elementary education and exceptional student education and endorsements in reading and ESOL.