Category: Meet Your Libraries

Meet Your #ONEUSF Libraries

Celebrating Homecoming 2020

Happy Homecoming University of South Florida! In 2019, we kicked off USF Homecoming with our very first LIB Fest: a bringing together of our students, faculty, staff, and alumni—celebrating being a Bull—and introducing you to our many services, unique collections and materials, … Continue Reading

Meet the Multifaceted Audrey Powers


Audrey Powers is an Associate Librarian at the USF Tampa Library and the librarian serving the College of The Arts (CoTA), including the Schools of Architecture & Community Design, Art & Art History, Music, Theatre & Dance, and the Institute for Research … Continue Reading

Meet Matt Knight, Fulbright Scholar

History RPT, Irish history subject expert, and curator of collections

Matt Knight is a special librarian at the Tampa Library not only because of his time in Special Collections, but because of his undeniable dedication, understanding, and love for libraries and USF. Matt came to USF in 2011 as Operations Manager of … Continue Reading

Meet Andy Huse

Tampa Bay's Resident Historian

Born in Chicago but still very much a Floridian, Andrew T. Huse is an Associate Librarian in Special Collections who has been with the USF Tampa Library for almost 22 years. Better known as “Andy,” he’s a proud USF Bull, earning two … Continue Reading

Up and Comer, Meghan Cook


Meghan Cook has been a friendly face in the USF Tampa Library since 2018, where she makes up half of the Geosciences Research Platform Team (RPT). As the subject expert for Geosciences, she and her fellow RPT teammate, Matt Torrence, provide support … Continue Reading

Tomaro Taylor Promoted to University Librarian


The role of University Librarian is the pinnacle of a librarian’s career, an ascension to the highest level of faculty on a university campus. Tomaro Taylor’s accomplishments, efforts, and body of work have contributed substantially to the betterment of the USF Libraries and to the profession, and being named University Librarian is well deserved.