A career diplomat with Tampa Bay ties will soon call Belgrade, Serbia, his home after being appointed and confirmed as the U.S. ambassador to Serbia.
When Russian troops crossed into Ukraine on February 24, its people astonished the world with their determination, as fierce as it was unflappable. Russians seemed taken aback. Western democracies were electrified. And yet, the eventual fall of Ukraine is still
Physician, anthropologist and humanitarian who gained global acclaim for his work delivering high-quality health care to some of the world’s poorest people, died Monday on the grounds of a hospital and university he had helped establish in Butaro, Rwanda. He
2022 Conference Speaker Ruthmae Sears one of ten USF faculty members receive national recognition as AAAS Fellows for academic research
Ruthmae Sears is being recognized for her work in mathematics education as well as leading a team of academic experts in a recent study of structural racism and effects on the daily lives of people for the City of St.
Tampa is quickly turning into Florida's tech capital. It has been exploding in the tech industry for several years now. There are over 50 software and IT companies in Tampa.