Students

On the Fast Track
From Asafa Powell to Usain Bolt, Carol Long has worked with some of the fastest athletes in the world.
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Nursing His Passion
Steven Clark's future profession in nursing took root early in his life.
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Acing the Hole
Graduating finance/economics major, student-athlete has a job waiting for her on Wall Street.
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On Air
Carmel Delshad's Middle Eastern roots are calling her to a future as an international journalist.
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Sound Mind and Body
Ryan Williamson's study of both philosophy and biomedical science has given him unique preparation for medical school.
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Role Model, Mentor
Dazaun Soleyn's commitment to success extends beyond his own ambitions to students in USF's Upward Bound program.
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Star Performance
Shannan Stewart, who received the 2009 USF Campus MovieFest Best Actress Award, has her sights set on the silver screen.
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Heart of an Educator
About to graduate with a degree in business management, Leena Hasbini is already at work on her career in high school guidance.
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Man of Steel
Fascinated by steel structures, Muhammad Naeem builds bridges for competition.
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Language-Learning Strategist
Rocky Tyler plans to use his Jacob K. Javits Fellowship to conduct research he hopes will benefit language learners everywhere.
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If the Boot Fits....
Normally one to wear riding boots, Meredith Bounds' first industrial engineering internship had her in the steel-toed variety.
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The Sky's His Limit
Finance major Ryan Spellins' dream job is literally, "up in the air," but his head is definitely not in the clouds.
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Global Exchange
A Chinese engineer creates a new life for herself in the United States and new career goals through USF's School of Accountancy.
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The American Dream
A soon-to-be citizen, Carmen Koly is committed to helping immigrants transition to American life.
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Charging the Goal
Zak Boggs is the first USF student-athlete to earn the Big East's highest academic honor.
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Choreographer of Change
A dancer at heart, Alicia Sparks is preparing to become a choreographer of social change.
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A Decision to Make a Difference
Recipient of a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship, Jhanille Brooks is driven to make a difference in her native country of Jamaica by increasing the awareness of mental health issues.
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Carnegie Hall Encore
When international pianist Dharshini Tambiah takes the stage at Carnegie Hall this Saturday, it will be her second appearance at the legendary hall as a USF student.
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All That Jazz
A gifted flutist, saxophonist and bassist with two solo albums to his name, Jose Valentino Ruiz prepares to graduate, grateful for his years at USF.
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Lights, Camera....
At 21, Sarah Wilson is already an accomplished producer of award-winning films.
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All That Glitters
Doctoral student Ryan Michael has been conducting research on the effects of mercury contamination on humans and the environment -- a significant issue in his home country of Guyana.
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"Citizen of the World"
Biomedical sciences major Michael Manasterski considers himself a "citizen of the world community" with a responsibility to serve the needy in other countries.
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Finding Her Voice
One of the first residents of the Bulls Business Community, Toni Russell is making some significant discoveries about herself and her future.
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"Leaders Do the Right Thing"
As president of Student Government, Greg Morgan considers himself a public servant who is charged with making a positive difference in the lives of USF students.
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Optimizing Opportunity
Undergraduate biology major Jordan Markel is laying the foundation for his future career as a physician through research, international learning experiences and campus activism.
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A Multidisciplinary Point of View
Doctoral student Emma Farrell conducts multidisciplinary research through the Florida Center of Excellence-Biomolecular Identification and Targeted Therapeutics.
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A Civically Engaged Scholar
Senior Sriram Madhusoodanan reflects on the numerous opportunities he has taken advantage of during his years at USF -- opportunities that have inspired a personal ethos by which he wants to live his life.
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A Desire to Transform Lives
Tunisia Riley believes that pursuing a graduate degree in women's studies will prepare her for a career in which she can initiate social change and make a difference in people's lives.
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