Monthly Archives: July 2014

USF Identifies Faculty Fulbright Resources

The Core Fulbright Scholars program awards teaching and research grants to over 125 countries worldwide for up to 12 months. USF faculty interested in the program have multiple resources available to assist with the application process, including writing coaches, former … Continue reading

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USF Grad Student Researches Nodding Syndrome in Uganda

“Welcome to Uganda, the pearl of Africa.” This is where USF graduate student Funmi Olaoye is spending seven weeks, as she researches nodding syndrome for her degree in public health.

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Going Global Provides Career Information on Cities and Countries Worldwide

Going Global is an online resource that provides career and job search information on the 40 largest metropolitan areas in the United States, as well as 37 different countries.

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International Students Granted In-State Tuition through Florida Linkage Institutes

The University of South Florida is one of 38 public universities that participate in the Florida Linkage Institute program. This program awards a tuition waiver to qualifying students from partner nations, granting them in-state tuition at any public higher education … Continue reading

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Read Dr Milani’s interview with Andisheye Pouya (in Persian and published in Iran) about Dr. Mossadeq and the coup of 1953.

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OACAC Comes to Tampa Bay July 8-10th

The University of South Florida, University of Tampa and Eckerd College will host the 2014 Overseas Association for College Admission Counseling (OACAC) Conference.

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