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Kathleen Heide testifies in court

Why kids kill: How curiosity drove 43 years of research and education

After more than four decades at USF, Distinguished University Professor Kathleen Heide, a nationally recognized consultant on juvenile homicide and family violence, is set to retire.

July 11, 2024University News

USF architecture and water researchers partner with city of Tampa to mitigate the impact of extreme heat

USF architecture and water researchers partner with city of Tampa to mitigate the impact of extreme heat

The collaboration led to the creation of the city鈥檚 first-ever Heat Resilience Playbook, which includes 18 actionable steps to address the rising temperatures across Tampa and better protect its most vulnerable communities from the effects of extreme heat.

July 12, 2024Research and Innovation

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USF hosts first-ever summer course on using voice and AI as a diagnostic tool

In collaboration with the USF AI+X Institute, USF Health is helping train the next generation of medical professionals through the launch of its first-ever course dedicated to understanding how voice can be used as a biomarker for health.

July 9, 2024Research and Innovation, Student Success, USF Health

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Terror, Wonder 鈥 Triumph: Four marine scienctists rely on their friendships and remarkable strengths to win a harrowing 3,000-mile row across the Atlantic.

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