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Graphic says 132nd commencement convocation spring 2024

USF to confer more than 7,000 degrees during spring commencement ceremonies

Graduates in the May 2-5 ceremonies include a brain cancer survivor, a 17-year-old student of Ukrainian heritage and a third-generation USF student.

April 29, 2024University News

Honors Student Saves a Life as Living Organ Donor

Honors student saves a life as living organ donor

Beyond remarkable acts of selflessness, Jaskolka-Brown is an impressive student in his own right.

March 21, 2024Student Success

Georgia Brown playing soccer. Graphic says, Boundless Bulls.

USF student kicking goals on and off the field

Hailing from Highworth, England, Georgia Brown is balancing her passion for the game of soccer with a stellar academic journey in biomedical sciences at USF. She's making history both on and off the field, earning top honors and setting new standards of excellence.

March 18, 2024Student Success

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USF student gives back what he received from Student Support Services

LaTrell Pryor, an engineering junior from Orlando, has accomplished much at USF, thanks to the SSS program, which offers student support to ensure success in college.

March 4, 2024Student Success

USF student veteran gives back to the military community

USF student veteran gives back to the military community

Julio Figueroa's story encourages others to embrace change, pursue purpose and remember that it's never too late to jump into a new journey.

January 9, 2024Student Success

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USF conferred more than 4,400 degrees during fall commencement

Graduates include student veterans, a mother-daughter earning their degrees at the same time and a future engineer with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder graduating with a near-perfect GPA.

December 4, 2023Student Success, University News

Cayla Lanier pays it forward in the Judy Genshaft Honors College

Cayla Lanier pays it forward in the Judy Genshaft Honors College

A graduate of the college, herself, Lanier’s passion for mentorship and fostering curiosity both in and out of the classroom is what brought her back to USF in 2008 and continues to motivate her to create engaging programs for students at USF and beyond.

August 2, 2023Campus Life, Student Success

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USF awards more than 2,400 degrees during summer commencement ceremonies

Graduates include a Ukrainian student who relocated to the U.S., an 18 year old and a student who is pursuing a career in social work after growing up in the foster care system.

July 31, 2023Student Success, University News

Honeybees save USF student from allergies, now he’s returning the favor

Honeybees save USF student from allergies, now he’s returning the favor

Kobe Phillips developed a passion for honeybees after finding relief from his severe allergies by eating honey. At USF, Phillips is working on creating pollinator habitats using bio receptive sculptures and he plans to attend graduate school to focus on further developing these designs.

June 8, 2023Student Success

Brooke Hansen is paving the way for a more sustainable tourism industry — at home and abroad

Brooke Hansen is paving the way for a more sustainable tourism industry — at home and abroad

For Brooke Hansen, an associate professor of instruction in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management and the university's resident sustainability expert, establishing a sustainable tourism practice means harnessing tourism as a force for good to support “the triple bottom line” — people, planet and prosperity.

May 15, 2023Community Partnerships

Andrew Devendorf advocates for mental health literacy following personal tragedy

Andrew Devendorf advocates for mental health literacy following personal tragedy

Since an early age, Andrew Devendorf noticed the stigmas and lack of open dialogue about mental health, particularly depression. Now he’s working to find new ways to normalize conversations about mental health, especially with clinical psychologists, who tend to distance their own mental health from their work.

May 11, 2023Student Success

The road to graduation: A student's inspiring journey to success

The road to graduation: A student's inspiring journey to success

Blair Wood Jones grew up in an area where getting a basic education was a challenge. But Jones persevered, becoming the salutatorian of her high school, an advocate for educational access and excelling at USF, where she is now graduating with a degree in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

May 2, 2023Student Success

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