USF Magazine, Fall 2018: Dr. Steven Specter has made a major impact through philanthropy during his pioneering 39-year career at USF – giving to the USF Community, the Morsani College of Medicine and its grateful staff and students, highlighted by an endowed scholarship that now stands at some $860,000 and counting. Read his story on page 26-27.
USF Magazine, Summer 2018: Linda and Randy Simmons aren't intertwined with the USF legacy so much as cemented into its foundation. Read more about this special couple and all their have done for USF through their generous giving and involvement in the university. Also in the magazine: A long road for five Bosnian women leads to USF and a WLP scholarship to help refugees on a quest for higher education. Read both stories in this issue.
USF Magazine, Spring 2018: From Vietnam to USF – An old love story, a new gift and a late wife's teaching legacy are featured in this story about USF alumnus Larry Tritle and the special gift he made to the College of Education. Read more.
USF Magazine, Winter 2017: The USF Unstoppable Campaign celebrates in style its historic achievement of raising $1 billion – capped with a special gift from Pam and Les Muma. Read more on pages 24-27 of the magazine.
USF Magazine, Fall 2017: "Jim Aresty brings OPEN concept to USF St. Petersburg and the city it calls home." When you meet Jim Aresty, it's impossible not to notice the openness of his smile, the friendly glimmer of his eyes, and the way he engages with a calm, easy-going manner. Connecting seems to come as naturally to him as a breeze blowing through the Aspen mountains he calls home." Read more.
USF Magazine, Summer 2017: "Helping a Memory and the Music WSMR live on." Classical music flows through Ernie Kretzmer's warmly furnished waterside home in Sarasota like the air he breathes. Tucked in a peaceful nook beyond the bustling shops of St. Armands Circle, the house has radios in every room – from well-worn portable transistor models to modern components to a special hook-up that triggers compositions from the genre's greats whenever his garage door opens." Read more.