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STING RAY cancelled by USF system

Above photo: Project 10 STING RAY students pose during a birthday party for Quan Jones (pictured in blue hat). Jessica Jagodzinski | Project 10 STING RAY  By Jeffrey Waitkevich First, STING RAY students at USF St. Petersburg battled for the right to walk at graduation ceremonies. Now, they don’t get to celebrate at all. In late December, […]

Tadlock sails into new semester, other changes coming to campus

Above photo: Martin Tadlock, interim Regional Chancellor, plans changes for the campus in coming years. Jonah Hinebaugh | The Crow’s Nest By Michael Moore Jr. On any given day you might see someone handing out flyers to an event on campus. Last Wednesday, it was interim Regional Chancellor Martin Tadlock greeting surprised students while passing out […]

Proposal to abolish USFSP’s independent accreditation clears first hurdle as stunned campus processes the news

Campus powers up new 40 kilowatt solar array carport

Sustainability on campus just got a whole lot brighter. The university unveiled a 40 kilowatt solar array carport on Wednesday during a ribbon cutting ceremony which saw speakers praise sustainable initiatives on campus. The array, which was done in partnership with Duke Energy Florida and was funded by the Student Green Energy Fund, is projected […]

Proposal to abolish USFSP’s independent accreditation clears first hurdle as stunned campus processes the news

University names new top academic officer

By Timothy Fanning USF St. Petersburg has found its new top academic officer. Olufunke A. Fontenot, a criminal justice professor with an administrative background will begin as interim chancellor of academic affairs Dec. 1. She will fill the role left by Martin Tadlock, who became campus leader after his predecessor was forced to resign for […]

Proposal to abolish USFSP’s independent accreditation clears first hurdle as stunned campus processes the news

Tadlock: Let’s move forward

By Dinorah Prevost Amid the frustration that came after the former regional chancellor’s abrupt departure, Martin Tadlock, 63, has made it his mission to calm the nerves of students and faculty. Last week, the new leader of the university assured the campus community that things will proceed smoothly in the months ahead. Some of the […]

Proposal to abolish USFSP’s independent accreditation clears first hurdle as stunned campus processes the news

Through turmoil, Martin Tadlock tries to bring campus back together

Editor’s note: This week, the newly appointed interim regional chancellor Martin Tadlock hosted two forums for faculty and staff, and on Monday, he met with students. The following statements were sent to campus employees and students. Message to Faculty Good afternoon. I’m glad to see you all here and that you and your families are […]

Proposal to abolish USFSP’s independent accreditation clears first hurdle as stunned campus processes the news

Dismayed and confused; forum brings no answers to Regional Chancellor sacking

By Timothy Fanning, Dinorah Prevost and Nancy McCann Editor’s note: Shortly after this story was published, the real reason for Wisniewska’s ousting emerged. You can find that story here. The new leader of the university assured students Monday that things will proceed smoothly in the months ahead, while professors and students expressed shock, dismay and […]

Proposal to abolish USFSP’s independent accreditation clears first hurdle as stunned campus processes the news