16 hrs ago
Utes Track and Field Welcomes New Assistant Coach Pete Herber
Utah track and field athletes will have a new assistant coach, as the Utes recently hired Pete Herber from South Florida.
22 hrs ago
News 4 Jax
UF ranks as 7th 'Best College for Your Money'
Money magazine has released its first-ever college rankings, and the University of Florida came in at No.
L'Occitane to open boutique in Mall at University Town Center
The Mall at University Town Center won't have a shortage of cosmetics store as L'Occitane En Provence is the latest store looking to build there.
Floirida favors becoming a weed state - medical or for fun
A clear majority of Floridians, 55 percent, favor outright legalization of marijuana for personal recreational use, according to a new poll indicating a medical cannabis initiative headed for the November ballot still looks as if it will easily pass.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
The Bradenton Times
Famed Scientist Jane Goodall to Host Lecture at USF This September
The University of South Florida will host guest speaker Jane Goodall on September 9 as part of its Frontier Forum and University Lecture series.
Lofty goals for new Florida Polytechnic University
It is the centerpiece of what will soon-be Florida's 12th state university and the only one dedicated almost exclusively to producing science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, degrees.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
The Bradenton Times
Doctor of Business Administration Degree Now Offered at USF
The University of South Florida College of Business is now taking applications for its new Doctor of Business Administration degree program.
White Named Chair of Pulmonary Hypertension...
Dr. Stephen L. White of Hancock recently took the helm as Chair of the Board of Trustees for the Pulmonary Hypertension Association .
The Neurosurgery Research and Education Foundation Announces the...
ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill. - On behalf of its affiliate, the Neurosurgery Research and Education Foundation , the American Association of Neurological Surgeons is pleased to announce that the NREF has reached agreements with DePuy Synthes Spine and Medtronic who will provide funding in support of the foundation's post-residency, clinical fellowship ... (more)
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Tees by Tina to open TINA Stephens concept store in Mall at University Town Center
Four years ago, Hillsborough County resident Tina Goldfield lugged a cardboard box with her seamless T-shirts around, asking every store she could find to carry her clothes.
All-clear for nonlinear optical imaging
High power femto-second laser pulses used for in vivo nonlinear optical imaging can form DNA products, which may lead to carcinogenesis.
The campus chapel: More than a chapel?
When the pews in campus chapels aren't filled with students every Sunday, institutional officials may question the best use of the space.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Economic development and higher education leaders to launch regional talent development network
In response to the need to build and retain talent in South Florida, economic development leaders and higher education institutions in Miami-Dade County have united to create a regional talent development network that will provide internships to students in key industries and align academic curriculum with industry needs.
Two local groups are organizing car shows this week as fundraisers. Boys & Girls Clubs The fourth annual Bob Rosa Memorial Custom Car & Motorcycle Show takes place Thursday at the club's Jeffers Unit.
St. Petersburg Times
Tampa job fair spotlights those the economic recovery has overlooked
Rosibel Pineda thought she was entering an "in-demand" industry when she graduated in June with a medical assistant degree from Keiser University.
John Templeton Foundation awards $1.45M to Clark University
Clark University has been awarded a $1.45 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation to study how universities around the world can help students find a strong sense of purpose.
Creative Loafing Tampa
Mitch Perry Report 7.23.14: New poll shows by 51-40 percent margin...
A much-anticipated poll released by Quinnipiac University shows that Charlie Crist has a slight lead over Rick Scott, 39-37 percent, with Libertarian candidate Adrian Wyllie pulling in a surprising 9 percent of the vote.
Brazil to unleash GM-mosquito swarms to fight dengue
Time to unleash the mozzies? Genetically modified mosquitoes will be raised on a commercial scale for the first time, in a bid to stem outbreaks of dengue fever in Brazil.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Summer TV Reviews - Halt and Catch Fire
Dallas, 1983. Southern Methodist University is one of the nation's college football juggernauts, an empire that crumbles in a few years.
St. Petersburg Times
Spurned nurse-midwife sues Tampa clinic over contraception duties
A nurse-midwife fresh out of school has filed a federal discrimination lawsuit against a chain of Tampa health centers, alleging she was refused a job because of her religious opposition to prescribing hormonal contraceptives, including abortion drugs.