Make an IMPACT on November 29 for #USFGivingTuesday
If USF impacted your life or the life of someone close to you, please consider making a #USFGivingTuesday gift to one of these programs:
Diverse Students for Scientific Careers
Support the bright minds and future scientists in the Johnson Lab to help cultivate diversity in research. The Johnson Lab, a world-class USF laboratory, recruits, trains and nurtures underrepresented scholars early in their educational journeys. Click here to give
Donald E. Orlosky Scholarship for Educational Leadership
Empower students seeking career paths in educational leadership. This next generation of leaders, such as school principals and superintendents, will help shape the future of education in communities across the country. This scholarship was created in honor of Donald Orlosky, former department chair of the College of Education, who devoted nearly 30 years of his life to USF. Click here to give
Mayor’s Hispanic Advisory Council Dr. Anh-Kay Pizano Memorial Latino Scholarship
Lift up USF students who demonstrate an interest in giving back to the Latino community, regardless of their degree level or major. This scholarship, created in memory of USF alumna and employee Anh-Kay Pizano, will have a lasting impact on USF students and the Tampa Bay Latino community. Click here to give
USF Health Center for Advanced Simulation and Learning (CAMLS) Without Walls
Health care simulation has been shown to reduce medical errors, improve teamwork and communication and save lives. CAMLS Without Walls is USF Health’s mobile simulation lab program, bringing health care simulation and skills to underserved and rural communities throughout Florida. Through this vital program, the delivery of health care is transformed, resulting in better patient outcomes, saving lives. Click here to give
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Rhea F. Law, USF President
The growth and success of Tampa Bay is intrinsically linked with the growth and success of USF. There is so much potential, and the future is very bright.