Tampa Bay Times Shines Light on USFSP Strategic Plan

Two articles in the Tampa Bay Times aimed a spotlight at USFSP’s Strategic Plan, which will be presented for approvals to USF System President Judy Genshaft, the Campus Board and the USF Board of Trustees later this summer. The first piece ran on the Times front page on Monday, June 22, and focused on USFSP’s efforts to shape its brand … Continue reading

USFSP to Host “Leonardo Da Vinci Symposium”

Lead by Physics faculty, Leon Hardy, Ph.D., USFSP will host a “Leonardo Da Vinci Symposium: Applications of Physics to Biology & Medicine” at Nelson Poynter Memorial Library on Friday, July 18. The symposium, presented by students enrolled in Dr. Hardy’s summer bio-physics course, will feature a series of conversations on the application of physics to the life sciences, to include … Continue reading

USFSP Nominated for Good ‘Burger Awards

The St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce has launched its annual Good ‘Burger Awards and there are two great reasons to vote this year: Among the nominees are USFSP (Education) and Regional Chancellor Sophia Wisniewska (MVB — Most Valuable Burger). A good ‘Burger, says the Chamber, is a business, organization or individual in greater St. Pete making a positive impact in … Continue reading

USF Competes in National Sailing Championships

The USF Sailing Teams are wrapping up a successful spring season. The USF Women’s Team placed 17th overall in the Sperry Top-Sider Championships and the Co-Ed Team placed 10th overall in the Annapolis Performance Sailing Appeal Team Racing Championship held at the U.S. Naval Academy and St. Mary’s College of Maryland. “We are very proud of the teams’ success on … Continue reading

USFSP Names New Regional Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs

USF St. Petersburg (USFSP) Regional Chancellor Sophia Wisniewska has appointed Han Reichgelt, Ph.D., as Regional Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs (RVCAA). Reichgelt will lead the Division of Academic Affairs, which comprises the activities of faculty and staff central to the University’s mission of teaching, research and service – including three academic colleges (Arts and Sciences, Business, and Education), the Nelson … Continue reading