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The Future of Radio in the Digital Age
TAMPA (2011-1-18)
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It happens every ten years, regular as clockwork. It’s when Florida lawmakers redraw the political boundaries that determine who you get to vote for. They’re doing it right now in Tallahassee. On this special Florida Matters, WUSF in Tampa and WMFE in Orlando are working together to answer the question, what does redistricting mean to you?
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Dashboard of a Chevy Volt
USF is doing its best to decrease carbon emissions and increase the number of electric vehicles on the road by adding its first ever electric vehicle charging stations. University Beat on WUSF TV demonstrates how the stations work and shows you they might make a difference environmentally.

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A Chevy Volt is charged at the new USF Electric Vehicle Charging Station
USF is plugging into the future with the installation of the first electric vehicle charging stations on the Tampa campus. This week’s University Beat on WUSF 89.7 finds out how these devices advance the university’s commitment to becoming more environmentally friendly.
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USF Office of Sustainability website 813-974-9694

ChargePoint Network website

Tampa Electric electric vehicle website

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Kenneth Hernandez, Program Manager of Alternative Fuels for Tampa Electric, demonstrates how the electric vehicle charger and the ChargePoint Network station finder website work.

Dan Tucker, local representative of the Ron Paul campaign, speaks to students in the USFSP Road to the White House course USFSP Students Take the Road to the White House
ST. PETERSBURG (2012-01-16)
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Mark Dion's installation, "The South Florida Wildlife Rescue Unit: Mobile Laboratory"  (photo courtesy Miami Art Museum) USF Art Museum Exhibit Unites Art & Nature
TAMPA (2012-01-12)
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Florida Secretary of State Resigns
TAMPA (2012-1-11)
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FBI Informants and Terrorism Arrests
TAMPA (2012-1-10)
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Governor Rick Scott says Florida's economy is on the mend and promised to put $1 billion back into education in his 2012 State of the State Address. Hear part of his address, along with analysis from USF political science professor Seth McKee and the Democratic response from Senate Minority Leader Nan Rich.
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Gov. Rick Scott's 2012 State of the State Address
TALLAHASSEE (2012-1-10)
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Artist's rendering of USF Morsani Medical School (courtesy USF Health)
Thanks to a record gift, the USF College of Medicine is now known as the USF Morsani College of Medicine. University Beat on WUSF TV takes you to the formal announcement of the College's new name and tells you what it means for USF Health's future.

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Marshall Scholar, USF Electrical Engineering Sr. Jean Weatherwax (Photo courtesy Aimee Blodgett, USF News)
For the first time in the University’s 55 year history, a USF student has won a prestigious Marshall Scholarship—the highest honor for undergraduate study in the sciences. This week’s University Beat on WUSF 89.7 FM introduces us to Jean Weatherwax, a remarkable young woman who will soon study electrical engineering at one of England’s premier schools.
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Morsani Medical School
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Morsani College of Medicine Announcement

The Stephen K. Klasko Institute for an Optimistic Future in Healthcare

Marshall Scholar
Jean Weatherwax, Senior, USF Dept. of Electrical Engineering
jmweathe@mail.usf.edu

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Frank Morsani’s speech at the USF Morsani College of Medicine announcement ceremony.

USF President Dr. Judy Genshaft talks about how the USF Morsani College of Medicine fits into the university’s plans.

Dr. Stephen Klasko, CEO of USF Health, speaks at the USF Morsani College of Medicine announcement ceremony about how the College will change healthcare & healthcare education.

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Jean Weatherwax, Marshall Scholar & USF Electrical Engineering Senior, talks to University Beat’s Mark Schreiner about what she’s studying and what it’s like to work with PhD students as an undergrad.

Jean also minors in music as a trumpet player. She shares how music & science interact, and also talks about how USF has helped her on her path.

Jean describes her summer internship with NASA; “FLITE”—the student-run organization she helped form; and her experiences in the Big Brothers-Big Sisters program. She also shares the reasons why she’s so humble despite her successes.

Santorum Florida Campaign
TAMPA (2012-1-6)
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Artist's rendering of USF Morsani Medical School (courtesy USF Health)
Thanks to a record gift, the USF College of Medicine is now known as the USF Morsani College of Medicine. University Beat on WUSF TV takes you to the formal announcement of the College's new name and tells you what it means for USF Health's future.

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Frank & Carol Morsani w/Dr. Stephen Klasko, CEO, USF Health
What does twenty million dollars get you in today's economy? For local philanthropists Frank and Carol Morsani, it led the University of South Florida to name its medical school in their honor. This week’s University Beat on WUSF 89.7 FM recaps their recent historic gift of twenty million dollars to USF.
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The Stephen K. Klasko Institute for an Optimistic Future in Healthcare

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Frank Morsani’s speech at the USF Morsani College of Medicine announcement ceremony.

USF President Dr. Judy Genshaft talks about how the USF Morsani College of Medicine fits into the university’s plans.

Dr. Stephen Klasko, CEO of USF Health, speaks at the USF Morsani College of Medicine announcement ceremony about how the College will change healthcare & healthcare education.

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