The University of South Florida Office of Graduate Studies serves as the center of leadership for graduate education at the University of South Florida. With our Colleges, Programs, and the Office of Research and Innovation, we offer a multitude of master's, doctoral, dual-degree, and certificate academic programs in addition to research and teaching opportunities for graduate students.
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The Office of Graduate Studies has awarded their OTD Awards to Ashley Basiorka (Changing the Pathobiological Paradigm in Myelodysplastic Syndromes: The NLRP3 Inflammasome Drives the MDS Phenotype), Jeremy Cohen (Climate Change Drives Outbreaks of Emerging Infectious Disease and Phenological Shifts),
and Prerna Malaney (Significance of PTEN Phosphorylation and its Nuclear Function in Lung Cancer). Congratulations, recipients!
The Office of Graduate Studies has awarded the 2017 Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentor Award to Dr. C. Victor Fung, Professor of Music Education in the College of The Arts. Honorable Mention was given to Dr. Jonathan Rottenberg, Professor of Psychology in the College of Arts & Sciences. Thank you for making USF great!
USF Department of Physics 2015 Ph.D. alumna, Kaya Wei, was awarded and accepted, the Jack E. Crow Postdoctoral Fellowship at Florida State University. The Jack E. Crow Postdoctoral Fellowship Program was named after the founding director of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, and is designed for Ph.D.s with a research interest in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics/Materials Science.
The position allows for independent research. Kayla was also an Outstanding Dissertation Award recipient.
USF Computer Science and Engineering student, Al Bassam Bader's thesis, Enforcing Security Policies On GPU Computing Through The Use Of Aspect-Oriented Programming Techniques, was recognized as being among ProQuest's 25 Most Accessed Dissertations and Thesis for the month of July. Al Bassam was advised by Professor Jay Ligatti.
Summer 2017 COPH graduate Maria Huynh finished with a dual concentration in epidemiology and maternal & child health. Huynh believes she made the right decision to attend the COPH. "I had a great time at the COPH and I know I made the right decision to come here and be surrounded by so many inspirational public health professionals," she said.
In collaboration with the Byrne Lab and Eckerd College, USF College of Marine Science graduate students, Jon Sharp and Katelyn Schockman, are currently sailing aboard NOAA's R/V Ronald H. Brown on the 2017 Gulf of Mexico Ecosystems and Carbon Cycle Cruise (GOMECC-3). The Brown departed Key West, Florida on July 18, 2017
and will return to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on August 21, 2017, after a full loop around the Gulf of Mexico. You can follow along with GOMECC-3 at the official cruise blog at gomecc3.wordpress.com or via Twitter using the hashtags #GOMECC3 and #GulfOA.
Mariela Noles Cotito, MA student in Latin American & Caribbean Studies program and MLA in Africana Studies, served as part of the National Delegation at the United Nations headquarters in New York, on behalf of her country of origin: Peru.
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