USF is continuing its relationship with the prestigious UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education by sending a group of students to the Netherlands, while at the same time welcoming a group of the institute's students to the Bay area. This week's University Beat takes a closer look at this exchange program and how it will help address the world's water issues.
This week's University Beat features a conversation with Dr. Bernard LaFayette, Jr. The Tampa native, a leader of the Civil Rights Movement, is spreading the nonviolence message of his colleague and friend, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., through a new center at USF.
The University of South Florida is trying to help students who are among the first generation of their families to attend college pay for school. This week's University Beat takes you to a recent fund-raiser for the First Generation Scholarship Program and introduces you to some of the recipients.
This week’s University Beat takes us back to the USF spinoff company, “Rehab Ideas,” as a disabled Mississippi man becomes the first owner of an off-road wheelchair designed by USF engineering students.
It's not "practice makes perfect," it's "perfect practice makes perfect." This week's University Beat looks at how USF Health is using the latest technology at its new Simulation Center at Tampa General Hospital to improve the training and skills of physicians, nurses and other practitioners.
University Beat continues looking at some of the things the University of South Florida is doing to get its students ready for the challenging job market. This week, the focus turns to the USF Career Center and its programs, specifically "Careers a la Cart," where employers hit the campus' roads to meet possible new hires.
For the next two weeks, University Beat is looking at some of the things the University of South Florida is doing to get its students ready for the challenging job market. This week, we take you to a College of Business competition where students try to impress a possible employer during a one-minute elevator ride.
As WUSF-TV prepares this week to switch its analog transmitter off and broadcast completely in digital, University Beat looks back at the station's 43-year history with a man who was there at the very beginning.