USF and MacDill Air Force Base have partnered-up to expand STEM education and opportunities for the university’s students.
The new partnership is set to span three years, giving USF students access to internships, research projects and mentoring resources. MacDill will also make its laboratory personnel available for science courses.
“USF is experiencing an incredible upward trajectory, and that is in part because of our robust relationships within the community – including our connection to MacDill Air Force Base,” USF President Rhea Law said.
The partnership is part of USF’s new Global and National Security Institute, which was just established in June.
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