Press Coverage

  • USF researchers create 3D models and virtual tours honoring the legacy of President Jimmy Carter

    March 24, 2023 - Meghan Bowman, WUSF Public Media

    USF researchers traveled to Plains, GA, to document the Jimmy Carter National Historical Park. They were tasked with preserving the President’s boyhood farm and other places in his hometown.

  • Top 10 Books: International Women’s Day 2023

    March 8, 2023 - Mariana Vieira, International Affairs

    This year marks the fifth instalment of our International Women’s Day reading list. Books written by women should be celebrated all year-round for their outstanding contributions to the field of International Relations and you can find more excellent work by women authors in our IA Bookshelf series. On this occasion, we highlight books reviewed in International Affairs in the last twelve months, and their respective impressive authors. Look out for these future household names pushing the fields of conflict prevention, Latin American studies, European foreign policy and American military history. This is by no means an exhaustive list, but rather an indicative measure of how promising the future looks!

  • USF's Center for Digital Heritage works to preserve Tampa's architectural history

    March 24, 2022 - ABC Action News - Emily McCain

    The Center for Digital Heritage and Geospatial Information in USF's Libraries is using 3D scanning to preserve Tampa's architectural history.

  • USF researchers locate 45 unmarked burial sites in Hillsborough County

    March 1, 2022 - Jodon Myrick - The Oracle

    After identifying the locations of 45 unmarked cemeteries and burial grounds on Hillsborough County properties, using data available through USF Libraries DHHC, USF forensic anthropologists will place their findings in the USF Anthropology department’s Waterman Gallery toward the end of April.

  • Free Coloring Books from 101 World-Class Libraries & Museums: Download and Color Hundreds of Free Images

    February 28, 2022 - Open Culture

    The free, downloadable adult coloring books that the New York Academy of Medicine solicits from museums and university and state libraries for its #ColorOurCollections celebration each February enliven our month far more than any Valentine or Presidents Day sale.