CAS Chronicles

Fiber artist Lauren Austin stands in front of one of her quilts during an art exhibit. (Photo courtesy of Lauren Austin)

Quilting Our History Exhibit now open on 云顶集团官网 Tampa campus

The Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS) at the 云顶集团官网 Tampa campus recently unveiled the Quilting Our History exhibit, which features quilts by Lauren Austin, a Florida-based storytelling artist who has worked for over 30 years in the medium of quilts.

March 27, 2024Community Engagement, Events

house in flooded area

Environmental Sociology course prepares students for the economic and social impacts of climate change

The Environmental Sociology course aims to provide a comprehensive introduction to environmental sociology, an area of inquiry that focuses on the relationship between human society and the physical environment.

March 27, 2024Research

The P.E. students at James Elementary School with Jenna Capuano. (Photo courtesy of Jenna Capuano)

Communications student initiates fundraiser to enhance local elementary school’s P.E. program and impart a meaningful message

Senior, Jenna Capuano raises over $450 for local elementary school as part of her senior capstone project in The Department of Communications.

March 12, 2024Community Engagement

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Alumni Spotlight

Four CAS alumni have been acknowledged for their achievements spanning multimedia production, professional sports, and public administration.

Alumni Spotlight 

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CAS Chronicles is the monthly newsletter for the University of South Florida's College of Arts and Sciences, your source for the latest news, research, and events at CAS.