Tampa Bay Wave secures grant for accelerator with USF and the St. Pete Innovation District

The Tampa Bay Wave, a startup accelerator, in Tampa, has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). In partnership with the University of South

Shumaker Advisors vice president steps into roles at University of South Florida

Michelle A. Turman, vice president of Shumaker Advisors, in Tampa, has been named to three positions at the University of South Florida. Turman was appointed to the USF Foundation Board

USF releases new renderings of on-campus stadium, announces $6 million gift

The University of South Florida released new renderings of the university’s on-campus stadium at a board of trustees meeting, on Tuesday. The new renderings are conceptual and will evolve as

USF Bulls are headed to the Boca Bowl on Dec. 21

The University of South Florida Bulls will take on Syracuse University at the 2023 RoofClaim.com Boca Raton Bowl, at FAU Stadium, on December 21, at 8 p.m. This marks the

Techstars Startup Weekend Tampa Bay

Brought to you in partnership with the USF Nault Center for Entrepreneurship. Techstars is the world’s most active pre-seed investor supporting many of the world’s best entrepreneurs with a portfolio

Tampa Bay Wave and USF to launch HealthTech|X Accelerator in 2024

Tampa Bay Wave, a nonprofit accelerator for startups, has announced a strategic collaboration with the University of South Florida, funded by a grant from the United States Economic Development Administration,

USF names College of Public Health building after Samuel P. Bell

The University of South Florida named its College of Public Health Building after the Honorable Samuel P. Bell III. Bell, who passed away on March 14, is considered the “father”

Jim Norman’s winding road of success

He could be called a boomerang surgeon.  Physician Jim Norman was a surgeon, quit practicing to pursue the dot-com boom of the 1990s and, later, returned to surgery. One might

USF researchers secure $1.5 million federal grant to improve water quality and reduce runoff into Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico

Through a three-year, $1.5 million grant from the United States Environmental Protection Agency, a research team from the University of South Florida will install a bio-infiltration system at Aaran’s Pond,

USF ranks among top 50 public universities, reaches highest overall ranking ever from U.S. News

For the fifth consecutive year, the University of South Florida has placed among the top 50 public universities in America, according to U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking of

CEO Connect Recap: Amanda Tress talks growth and failures

By the age of 30, Amanda Tress wanted to be a millionaire. She checked that “to-do” off her list a few years prior.  She met her retirement goals by 2018.

One Liners Sarasota and Manatee: Bank of America, Sprouts and more

► On Ideas, a branding and advertising agency headquartered in Jacksonville, with offices in Sarasota and Charleston, has been selected by Chiles Hospitality as its agency of record. (Pictured above) ►