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Best-Selling Author Roxane Gay to Speak at Straz Center as Part of Frontier Forum Lecture Series [8/8/2018]
The University of South Florida College of Arts and Sciences and the Humanities Institute will welcome scholar and internationally renowned author Roxane Gay as a featured speaker in the Frontier Forum lecture series. Gay will speak in Ferguson Hall at the David A. Straz Center on Thursday, September 27, 2018 beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Award-winning USF English professor launches new book [7/18/18]
Students, alumni, faculty, and friends gathered Saturday, July 14 to celebrate the release of professor Ira Sukrungruang’s book "Buddha's Dog & Other Meditations.”

Measuring water at Crystal Springs [07.02.2010]
There’s a cacophony of sound along the Hillsborough River that cuts through the muggy morning air. The muffled hoo-hoo-to-hoo of a barred owl. The rolling rattle of sand hill cranes. The impertinent buzz of cicadas so loud it nearly drowns out the gentle splash of USF students as they wade slowly from bank to bank in the clear, green water.

University of South Florida Botanical Gardens to Host Ninth Annual Taste of Honey Fundraiser and Second Annual Luncheon [7/27/2018]
The University of South Florida (USF) Botanical Gardens is hosting the Ninth Annual Taste of Honey fundraiser on Saturday, September 22, from 2-5 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 the day of the event. Visitors are invited to sample more than 100 exotic and unusual honeys from all over the world, including honey produced in the USF Botanical Gardens. The tasting event will also include special tours by expert staff members on topics such as colony collapse, beekeeping basics, and how to start your own apiary. There will also be door prizes and live music throughout the afternoon.

Climate Change, Evolution, and Invasive Species: How One University of South Florida Biologist is Collaborating to Discover the Connection  [7/20/18]
Throughout history, the earth’s climate has naturally gone through numerous changes, driven by changes in the amount of solar energy the earth receives. However, scientists now overwhelmingly agree that Earth is experiencing a substantial warming trend as a result of human activity. Temperature increases significantly impact weather patterns and the environment. From shrinking ice sheets and sea level rise to ocean acidification, the earth is being affected at rates scientists haven’t seen in millennia.

Military Veteran and Boren Scholarship Winner Carrie Chugg Talks Educational Success and Views on Living a Happy Life [7/17/2018]
Military veteran and mother, Carrie Chugg has proven herself in a number of remarkable ways, but possibly one of the more distinguished moments was her recent recognition as she earned a Boren Scholarship in April of 2018.

English Department Faculty and Student Accomplishments - March 2-18 [3/22/18]
English Department Faculty and Student Accomplishments

CAS launches #FacesOfUSFCollege campaign [02.01.2018]
Each week, we will introduce you to some remarkable College of Arts and Sciences students, faculty, staff and alumni. Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @USFCollege so you don’t miss any of the #FacesofUSFCollege.

Black Lives Matter expert Wesley Lowery to speak at USF [Feb. 15, 2018]
Wesley Lowery, The Washington Post's leading reporter on police shootings and Black Lives Matter, is coming to the University of South Florida to speak to students about race, diversity and activism at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 15, 2018, at the Marshall Student Center Oval Theater.

USF English Department hosts 17th annual Honors & Awards Ceremony [04.17.2017]
The USF English Department presented graduate and undergraduate students with awards and honors on April 7, 2017. Donors, students, loved ones, faculty and staff attended the event.