Graduate research EXPO
This important event during the annual USFSP Research Month. The purpose of the EXPO is to showcase the innovative research, scholarship, and creative work of the USFSP graduate student produced during the academic year. Graduates display their research as a poster presentation, exhibit artwork and graphic design, or perrfrom an original musical composition or dramatic presentation.
The Gallery Walk
Sponsored by the USFSP College of Education, graduate students present critical actio research in the Educational Leadership Development program, Curricululm Research Math/Science and Reading/Literacy, and Mastr’s of Arts in Teaching Exceptional Student Education & Master’s of Arts in Exceptional Student Education.. [The names of these programs need to be verified with the official titles listed here] Presentations are in the FALL and SPRING Semesters. Clickk on the above clink to browse highlights of the 2012 event.
Browse a special collection of our graduate student scholarly works in the USFSP Digital Archive.
Recent awards, honors, and special recognitions
- Merab-Michal Favorite
Bradenton Times weekly columnist writes her first book: “Palmetto: Images of America” series.
- Cynthia Mott
A recent graduate of the USFSP Florida Studies Program won a national award for the most outstanding research paper on Florida history by a graduate student in the U.S. Read Mott’s award-winning research.
- Fatimeh Shamseddine
Fatimeh is a White House Intern. She is a recent graduate of the USFSP College of Arts & Sciences. Her B.S. Degree is in criminology. Fatimeh was an honor student. She is now seeking a graduate degree at George Mason University in International Commerce & Policy.