University Beat TV: Episode 204 - October 2, 2016
Episode 204: This week on University Beat, Hurricane Hermine did a real number on bay area beaches. Some USF researchers are helping to assess the damage. What do some athletes have in common with Alzheimer’s patients? USF scientists are looking into a possible link. And nearly 60 years after Americans entered space from Florida some USF students are still looking toward the skies. Our studio guest this week is Dr. Moez Limayem, dean of the USF Muma College of Business.
These stories and more Sunday at 6:00pm on University Beat.
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Denise White is a respected broadcast journalist in the Tampa Bay area. She worked as an anchor and reporter for more than 25 years in a number of markets, and most recently at WTVT Fox 13 in Tampa.
She began her broadcast career as a reporter for WQMC-FM radio in Charlottesville, Virginia. Denise also worked at WXEX-TV in Richmond, Virginia and WFTV-TV in Orlando where she was a weekend anchor and reporter. For more than ten years, Denise was a popular morning anchor of 'Today in Florida' in Miami at WSVN, where she later became the 5 p.m. anchor and reporter.
Denise and her husband, Keith, live in Tampa. They have five children, four grandchildren, one cat and a dog.