- Anthropology Professor John Arthur discusses the archaeology of beer with WUSF
Beer has been around for thousands of years, and may have prompted one of the most significant developments in the history of civilization.
- Today Show: Deby Cassill on mammoth mosquitoes spotted in Florida
Biology professor Deby Cassill discusses gallinippers on Today Show segment
- Entrepreneur program nurtures students’ curiosity
The young program on the young campus is earning nationwide accolades.
- WUSF-TV: USFSP becomes home to Pier Aquarium fish
- Sophia Wisniewska discusses her plans on WUSF University Beat
University Beat introduces listeners to Regional Chancellor Sophia Wisniewska and discussed her short- and long-term plans for USFSP.
- Bay News 9: Rare squid present research opportunity for USFSP professor
- With new leader in place, USF St. Petersburg ponders its future
With new leader in place, USF St. Petersburg ponders its future
- USF names regional chancellor for St. Pete campus
USF names regional chancellor for St. Pete campus
- Tampa Bay Times calls on state lawmakers to support College of Business building
USF St. Petersburg is seeking $10.5 million to start construction of a three-story building on 2.5 acres of land it owns. The project has strong local support, and Pinellas legislators should push for the money.
- WTSP: Students, faculty mourn passing of USF St. Pete professor
Dozens of people gathered at the USF St. Pete campus waterfront just before sunset on Sunday to remember associate professor Robert Dardenne.
- USF St. Petersburg honing in on next chancellor
- The University of South Florida St. Petersburg is expected to whittle down the list of candidates in the coming weeks as it searches for a new regional chancellor to guide its growing campus.
- Todd Shank: Prepaid bank cards a growth industry in today's economy
Todd Shank, associate professor of finance at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg, sees this trend increasing.
- WUSF-FM University Beat: St. Petersburg in the World Conference on International Affairs
USF St. Petersburg welcomed experts from around the world for the first “St. Petersburg in the World Conference on International Affairs.” University Beat on WUSF 89.7 takes you to the conference, and shows you how a gathering of diplomats, academic exper
- Professor, dean assess politics and economic impact of flood insurance changes
Political Science Professor Judithanne Scourfield McLauchlan and Business Dean Maling Ebrahimpour discuss controversial changes in the National Flood Insurance Program.
- Poynter Library exhibit focuses on Transformers character
Anthony Casale, 38, of Lutz built an exhibit for the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library centered on the most well-known character in the Transformers franchise: Optimus Prime.
- USF St. Pete feeling more like true campus, students say
For USFSP freshmen, a majority of whom spent Sunday night moving into their dorms, the fall semester will be spent finding their place in USF St. Petersburg's student body. The university will be doing some self discovery as well as Sophia Wisniewska take
- USFSP student reconnects with her Cuban roots - Tampa Bay Times
- Ray Arsenault of Florida Studies provides historical perspective on an important civil rights issue -- New York Times
- Anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist discusses political parties at University of South Florida St. Petersburg
Grover Norquist discusses the American political process at Harbor Hall
- USFSP students making their mark with tech start-up
USFSP students making their mark with tech start-up
- Chris Meindl: Growth at all costs is road to ruin
- Apartment building near USF St. Petersburg gets green light
A five-story, 125-unit apartment building set to go up on Fourth Avenue South, near the University of South Florida's St. Petersburg campus, got the green light from city officials Thursday, adding to a diverse collection of residential projects in the wo
- Ray Arsenault, John Hope Franklin Professor of Southern history, discusses Voting Rights Act, same-sex marriage and immigration
Ray Arsenault, John Hope Franklin Professor of Southern history, discusses Voting Rights Act, same-sex marriage and immigration on WEDU-TV
- Sophia Wisniewska named chancellor at USF St. Petersburg
President Genshaft names Sophia Wisniewska regional chancellor at USF St. Petersburg
- Get On Board Day video by tampabay.com
Get On Board Day is an annual event that showcasing dozens of student organizations.
- From USFSP to startup stars
A new company called Banyan traces has strong ties to USF St. Petersburg
- 2013 arrives with new energy, strategies to help regional entrepreneurs
USF St. Petersburg's business school was just named the "outstanding emerging entrepreneurship program" in the United States.
- Dr. Ray Arsenault discusses historical context of gun control
The John Hope Franklin Professor of Southern History says there are historical reasons the South owns more guns than any other part of the U.S.
- Car-sharing program opens in St. Petersburg
Today, city and University of South Florida St. Petersburg officials joined with representatives from Enterprise Rent-A-Car to unveil a car-sharing program that's the first of its kind in Pinellas County.
- Some internal auditors for local schools answer to elected boards, some don't
"In a school district, your internal audit function should not report to the superintendent," University of South Florida St. Petersburg accounting professor Carl Pacini told the ABC Action News I-Team. "It should report to the board of education."
- College of Business study finds multi-billion dollar economic impact from "Dolphin Tale"
The USF St. Petersburg College of Business found the economic impact will continue to grow through 2016
- WUSF: Entrepreneurship Program Director William Jackson's mission to Iraq
Entrepreneurship Program Director William Jackson discusses his training trip to Iraq with WUSF-FM
- USF St. Petersburg Professor Kathryn Arthur honored by national group
By documenting the usage and creation of stone tools by Ethiopian hide workers, a researcher at University of South Florida St. Petersburg found evidence that challenges some entrenched assumptions about history, invention and the roles of women.
- Interim regional chancellor named, search committee formed
Presdent Genshaft names William Hogarth interim leader and Dean Frank Biafora search committee chair
- Growth south of downtown St. Petersburg driven by USFSP
Expanding student and worker populations could open new retail and residential opportunities in the area, where some 8 acres of vacant land with views of Bayboro Harbor are currently on the market.
- J. Michael Francis shines light on Florida's colonial past
The new Hough Family Endowed Chair in Florida Studies provides a path to explore the state's little-known past.
- Entrepreneurship Professor Bill Jackson on his 45-day mission to Iraq
Bill Jackson says Iraq has a long way to go.
- Car sharing comes to USF St. Petersburg
Pinellas County's first car-sharing service launched Tuesday in St. Petersburg, where officials say a younger, denser downtown has created a new niche for on-demand cars.
- Creating a vibrant economic environment around Tampa Bay.
USF St. Petersburg's Entrepreneurship is leading the way.
- Event for RNC will have impact on USFSP
Freshmen convocation is canceled and residential students will move in on a single day.
- Dr. J. Michael Francis on Florida celebrating its Spanish heritage in 2013
When Juan Ponce de Leon searched for riches in Florida, he unknowingly helped turn the Sunshine State into the first travel destination in the United States.
- As 500th anniversary nears, cities vie for title of Ponce de Leon's landing spot
J. Michael Francis quoted as an expert on Spanish Colonial Florida.