Voter turnout for the presidential election is expected to reach record levels, but researchers at the University of South Florida wanted to find out how Floridians feel about the election as it relates to their use of social media for information.
You could call it C.S.I. COVID-19, but at the University of South Florida, they call it environmental testing. It’s one of the spokes in a multi-faceted plan that has kept new coronavirus numbers relatively low at USF.
The University of South Florida is phasing out its College of Education. A budget shortfall, thanks to COVID-19, is forcing the school to save millions of dollars.
Since the fall semester began, both the University of Tampa and the University of South Florida have seen hundreds of COVID-19 infections.
Maybe you’ve used aloe or rosemary or other medicinal plants in the botanical gardens at USF. But a new crop could hold life-changing benefits.
As the University of South Florida plans out a multi-million dollar cut to its budget, students grew concerned about what will be impacted and held a demonstration Monday.
At the start of an extremely active hurricane season, Floridians shared their thoughts on evacuations amid the threat of COVID-19 as part of a research study conducted by the University of South Florida.
Officials with the University of South Florida announced Monday it's pushing the school's scheduled spring break from March to April to avoid the rampant spread of COVID-19 among students and staff.
A strange looking device in an engineering laboratory at the University of South Florida could lead to a big medical breakthrough and a big prize.
The University of South Florida is making tough decisions to whittle down its budget, outlining more than $36 million in proposed cuts to make up for a loss in state funding.
As the nation reckons with systemic racism and how to move forward, researchers at the University of South Florida are focusing on how it exists in Tampa Bay and abroad.
The president said he has a different opinion about the timeline of a potential COVID-19 vaccine than the guidance given by the director of the Centers for Disease Control, Robert Redfield.
Virtual physician visits have been just what the doctor ordered for struggling family practices in the age of COVID-19.
Colleges and universities across the country are experiencing COVID-19 outbreaks. Experts say the campus environment is ripe for so-called super-spreader events, and students need to take responsibility.
The University of Florida and Florida State University remained ranked among the top 20 public universities in the country Monday, as U.S. News & World Report released annual ratings that have become a closely watched scorecard for colleges.
The University of South Florida temporarily closed its indoor gyms and wellness centers on its main campus due to the coronavirus.
Governors have been put on notice: A COVID-19 vaccine could be ready this fall. University of South Florida Dr. Michael Teng, a virologist and associate professor, points out that the third phase of clinical trials is still going on.
An innovative COVID-19 testing process at USF will be expanded from student-athletes to the rest of the campus, the university announced this week.
During a visit to Tampa Monday, Governor Ron DeSantis said how Florida’s coronavirus numbers are trending downward and showing positive signs for daily positive cases, hospitalizations and ICU stays.
The University of South Florida opened Monday for a fall term with COVID-19 at the top of everyone’s mind.