Seventh annual Oktoberfest calls for more posters [09.05.2013]
The seventh annual Oktoberfest takes place on Oct. 25, 2013, and is in need of more poster submissions from individuals or departments. Oktoberfest is a collaboration between the College of Arts and Sciences and USF Club to promote research and scholarly excellence.
CAS researchers uncover burials at Boot Hill [09.04.2013]
Boot Hill Cemetery is giving up its secrets.
USF geologist says beach cleanup not clean sweep [06.03.2010]
As one of the world’s most beautiful beaches in Pensacola was marred by a 8-mile long swath of thick oil that washed ashore this week, a new study from a USF geologist paints a grim outlook for the sugar-like sands soon returning to their pristine state.
Physics professor receives DOE grant [08.12.2013]
Physics Associate Professor Inna Ponomareva received a $405,000 grant from the Department of Energy to study, “Complex (anti)ferroic oxidies: statistics and dynamics at finite temperatures.”
Professor co-authors paper on freshwater contamination [08.01.2013]
A University of South Florida College of Arts and Sciences professor recently co-authored a paper comparing the use of human viruses and bacteriophages as markers of sewage waste contamination of freshwater.
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