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From internships to student achievements to recognition of The University of Tampa faculty and institution as a whole, the following is a running archive of UT press releases, called News Articles, and feature stories, noted as UT Life.

Posted October 05, 2020 in UT Life

¿Qué pasa? How a UT Research Team Is Improving Hispanic Health Care

The aim is to provide data to healthcare providers and policy makers to ultimately provide better health care and education for the Hispanic population.

Posted June 16, 2020 in UT Life

Allied Health Major Has Heart of Gold

Jordan Belous ’21 formed the nonprofit Whip Pediatric Cancer to fundraise for pediatric cancer research and support families fighting childhood cancers.

Posted November 22, 2019 in UT Life

Seniors Tag Team Shark Bite Research

Seniors Tag Team Shark Bite Research

Posted November 28, 2018 in UT Life

From Allied Health to Archeology to Connecting the Human Experience

For most days last summer, Rachel Wall ’20 found herself working in 2-foot deep pits or sifting through dirt to find ancient artifacts, something she’s planning to repeat during winter break. As a volunteer with the Antigua Archaeological Field School program at Indian Creek, she’d be covered in dirt by the end of the day from sifting through mound after mound to find shells, pottery and whatever other treasures awaited her.

“I did more of the hands-on stuff with the doctors in the field, setting up the site each day to make sure the level of the site was appropriate and performing the distance measurements. I did some of the sorting on site, like sorting shells into piles,” Wall said.

“I also got to rearticulate vertebrae and put some pottery back together,” she said excitedly.

Posted April 27, 2018 in UT Life

Allied Health Major Finds New Outlook in South Africa

Jakira Lewis ’18 has spent the last semester of her UT career not in Tampa, but in South Africa.

She will fly back just two days before she walks the stage at commencement. Lewis, an allied health major with a concentration in medical science and a minor in psychologystudied abroad through the School for International Training study abroad program, South Africa Community Health and Social Policy. 

“This program has definitely given me a new outlook on issues that I see in the world, such as racism and poverty,” said Lewis, of Atlanta. “I have learned to truly appreciate all that I have and every opportunity that I have been given. This program and the people here also taught me to always look at the positives in every situation.”


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