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Exclusive organization invites USF President Steve Currall to join commission tasked with strengthening national innovation

USF President Steve Currall to join exclusive U.S. Council on Competitiveness

November 25, 2019University News

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Floating with Gas to Save Lives

About 10 lives are lost each day to unintentional drowning in the United States, but a newly-patented technology developed in a Chemical and Biomedical Engineering senior capstone class may lead to personal flotation products that can enhance safety in the water.

November 20, 2019Research and Innovation

Tens of thousands of signatures inhabit the Mark Twain Cave in Hannibal, Missouri, but one famous autograph, that of namesake Twain, or Samuel L. Clemens, seemed noticeably absent. Signatures, nicknames and initials – some in pencil, paint, candle smoke, even berry juice – cover the cave’s three miles of passageways, but Clemens’ signature was never to be found. That is until July 26, when USF Sarasota-Manatee instructor and Mark Twain s

November 19, 2019Research and Innovation

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USF Magazine

The Fall 2019 issue has been designed with two covers to highlight two special stories. One celebrates a very distinctive occasion: the 50th anniversary of the USF Alumni Association. The other offers a detailed look at the mental health concerns of students and how the university is addressing their needs.

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