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USF Water - EPA (April 8, 2013)
The EPA's Nancy Stoner visits a USF laboratory

USF recently received a high-profile guest, as Nancy Stoner from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency visited the Patel College of Global Sustainability and a number of labs at the Tampa and Lakeland campuses. University Beat on WUSF TV has...

 
Daniel Yeh, USF Assoc. Prof., talks to EPA Acting Asst. Admin. for Water Nancy Stoner & the Water Environment Federation's Exec. Dir. Jeff Eger

Whether it’s turning wastewater into drinking water or finding a quicker way to scan H-2-O for contaminants, USF’s research efforts are getting attention.
Among those intrigued is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, which recently...

 
BRIDGE Clinic (rebroadcast) / International Affairs Conference (April 1, 2013)
Patient Deborah Fay Fullwood (center) talks w/Dr. Frederick Slone & med student Grace Tidwell at the USF BRIDGE Healthcare Clinic

How does dancing and singing improve the health of a community? USF Health students and faculty show us the answer, as they recently held a talent show to benefit the USF BRIDGE Healthcare Clinic, which serves low-income, uninsured University...

 
Panel discussion at St. Petersburg in the World Conference on International Affairs at USFSP

Last week, USF St. Petersburg welcomed experts from around the world for the first “St. Petersburg in the World Conference on International Affairs.” University Beat on WUSF 89.7 takes you to the conference, and shows you how a gathering of...

 
Flexible Technology / Listening to Babies (March 25, 2013)
Examples of Craig Lusk's "shape-shifting surfaces" (courtesy Katy Hennig, USF News)

What looks like a child’s toy is actually a shape-shifting device that may change how things work in the future. University Beat on WUSF TV introduces you to a USF Engineering Professor who uses polymer, lasers and geometry to create devices that...

 
Discussion at the "Listening to Babies" conference at USF St. Petersburg

It’s a question every parent has asked at least once: “What is my baby trying to tell me?” USF St. Petersburg recently held a conference for people who work with infants and toddlers to help them find out what youngsters really need in their...

 
Flexible Technology (March 18, 2013)
Examples of Craig Lusk's "shape-shifting surfaces" (courtesy Katy Hennig, USF News)

What looks like a child’s toy is actually a shape-shifting device that may change how things work in the future. University Beat on WUSF TV introduces you to a USF Engineering Professor who uses polymer, lasers and geometry to create devices that...

 
USF Engineering Prof. Craig Lusk holds one of his "shape-shifting surfaces" (courtesy Katy Hennig, USF News)

A single sheet of polymer may not seem like it has a lot of uses. But when a USF professor takes geometry and use lasers to cut precise pieces, pins them together and then adds pins and springs to make them move, he creates something called “...

 
Engineering Expo / Business Woman - Reachout (March 11, 2013)
Chemistry demonstration at USF Engineering Expo

USF brought the world of 'STEM' - science, technology, engineering and math - to life at the 41st Annual Engineering Expo. University Beat on WUSF TV was among the over 20-thousand people who attended the two-day Expo and took in some of the...

 
Susan Nethero (r on stage), former CEO of specialty lingerie chain “Intimacy," is interviewd at USF C-200 Reachout

USF’s College of Business recently hosted members of the “Committee of 200,” an organization made up of some of the leading women in business. Their daylong visit was designed to ‘reach out’ to female business students and give them advice on how...

 
Engineering Expo (March 4, 2013)
Chemistry demonstration at USF Engineering Expo

USF brought the world of 'STEM' - science, technology, engineering and math - to life at the 41st Annual Engineering Expo. University Beat on WUSF TV was among the over 20-thousand people who attended the two-day Expo and took in some of the...

 
USF Engineering students launch water rockets for younger students at USF Engineering Expo

Almost 20-thousand high school, middle school and elementary students attended the recent USF Engineering Expo. The Expo featured dozens of exhibitions (including a 10 foot tall musical Tesla coil!) designed to get young people interested in the...

 
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