Twelve biology majors living on the second floor of USC are members of BioLife, the first living/learning community on campus. According to Norine Noonan, professor of biology, the administration approached her department earlier this year about forming the community because biology is USFSP’s largest single major. “The literature on learning communities is very clear that, when done well, they lead … Continue reading
For her senior honors thesis in 2013, Lauren Dellert began a research journey when she sought to discover the impact of beach renourishment on the endangered Loggerhead Sea Turtles. This summer her work, “Effects of Beach Renourishment and Clutch Relocation on the Success of the Loggerhead Sea Turtle (Caretta caretta) Eggs and Hatchlings,” was published in The Journal of Herpetology. … Continue reading
Largest Gift in University’s History Will Name the College of Business The University of South Florida St. Petersburg (USFSP) announced today it has received a $10 million gift, the largest single gift in its history, to name the USFSP College of Business. Effective immediately, and with formal approval from the USF System Board of Trustees, the College becomes the Kate … Continue reading
Lisa Starks-Estes has loved Shakespeare from her first visit to the Stratford Shakespeare Festival in Ontario on a class field trip. An inspirational high school theater teacher and a senior year at Interlochen Arts Academy cemented her love of theater and literature – and she never looked back. She has spent her entire academic career studying violence and sexuality in … Continue reading
USF St. Petersburg will graduate its first few veteran MBA students in the program this summer. The expedited MBA program for veterans emphasizes the importance of corporate social responsibility and aims to demonstrate how veterans’ leadership experiences can be translated into strong business management skills. Read the complete story.