KnowHow2Go (July 6, 2008)

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University Beat profiles "KnowHow2GO," a national campaign that helps young people take on the difficult process of preparing for college, from finding the right school to being able to afford it. The effort's local chapter, which is based at USF, recently held an informational "pep rally" for students.
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Education

Jazz Composers' Symposium (June 29, 2008)

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University Beat takes you to the 2008 International Jazz Composers' Symposium, hosted by USF's Center for Jazz Composition, where we speak to Center Director Chuck Owen and guest artists/speakers, jazz greats Bill Holman and Jim McNeely.
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Education

Children-Skin Cancer (June 22, 2008)

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University Beat takes a look at "Sun Protection for Florida's Children," a National Cancer Institute-funded project of USF's Department of Family Medicine to determine how information and intervention can help protect children from skin cancer.
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Education

USF The Game Tournament

Clearwater welcomes college athletes, coaches, sponsors and spectators to the USF The Game Tournament, March 18-20, at Eddie C. Moore Complex.

Cancer Caregivers (June 15, 2008)

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University Beat previews the “Caring For The Caregiver” event taking place at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center on USF’s Tampa campus, Saturday, June 28. The program is open to anyone caring for a cancer patient, and will focus on how the disease affects not just the patient, but also the people around them.
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Education

SCUBAnauts (June 8, 2008)

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University Beat jumps into Tampa Bay on a training mission with SCUBAnauts International, a locally based group that teaches teenagers about diving and the science related to it. The organization, which receives support from volunteers and groups around the country, including USF's College of Marine Science, has picked up a number of honors recently, including a Presidential award and a place on a space shuttle mission.
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Education

USF The Game Tournament

Clearwater welcomes college athletes, coaches, sponsors and spectators to the USF The Game Tournament, March 18-20, at Eddie C. Moore Complex.

Men's Depression (June 1, 2008)

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University Beat speaks with Dr. Francisco Fernandez, the chairman of USF's Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine, about depression, an almost taboo subject with many people, particularly men. Dr. Fernandez is one of four national experts appearing in "Men Get Depression," a documentary produced by State of the Art, Inc. and aired in May on WUSF and other PBS stations.
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Education

Great Piano Classics

Prodigies of the Piano: Mozart, Chopin and Liszt
Works by three greats of the Classical and Romantic eras as performed with remarkable elegance, passion and tenderness by International concert virtuoso, Eleonora Lvov.

High-Tech Mobility (May 25, 2008)

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Thanks to a three-pronged approach, student engineers at USF are coming up with the latest in high-tech assisted mobility devices that help the disabled be more independent. University Beat rolls in on the Rehabilitation Engineering & Technology Program, the Capstone Mechanical Engineering Course and "Rehab Ideas," a company formed to help students bring their designs to market.
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Education
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