Monthly Archives: April 2011

Twenty-one USF Freshmen and Sophomores Hope to go to the UK

There are twenty-one students biting their nails, not because of term papers or final exams, but because they want to go to England or Wales this summer through the Fulbright UK Summer Institutes Program. 

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USF Student Headed to Croatia on Embassy Internship

Tamara Simunovic, a Junior international studies major, has received her security clearance and will soon be headed to Zagreb, Croatia, to intern in the United States Embassy through the Department of State Internship program this summer.

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ISLAC Hosts British Historian Jean Stubbs and Cuban Novelist Pedro Perez Sarduy

On Thursday, April 14, the Institute for the Study of Latin America and the Caribbean (ISLAC) hosted dual presentations by British historian, Dr. Jean Stubbs and author, Pedro Perez-Sarduy. Dr. Stubbs will explored the Havana Cigar world from the people … Continue reading

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USF World Raises $2,300 to Aid Japan

Together USF students, faculty, and staff showed their collective support for the Save Japan Now initiative by purchasing over 220 t-shirts with the words “I love Japan”. The group celebrated their contribution of approximately $2,300 in aid of the victims … Continue reading

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Breaking Barriers – Institute on Black Life’s Spring 2011 Colloquium Series

On April 6th, 2011, Assistant Professor Dr. Abraham Khan of the department of Communications and Africana Studies gave a presentation titled, “Colorblind Imaginaries: The Disciplinary Effect of Jackie Robinson.”

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Critical Language Scholars to go to North Africa and India

Ginger Johnson and Demelza Hays, USF students won Critical Language Scholarships to study abroad for Summer 2011.  Critical Language Scholarships send students to intensive language institutes in-country to learn one of thirteen Critical Languages for 8-10 weeks.

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