University of South Florida Foundation. university president judy genshaft and her husband, Steven Greenbaum, donated $20 million to help pay for a new five-story building for the USF Honors College that will include study areas, labs, classrooms, offices, and event spaces. The college, which Genshaft launched in 2002, will be named for her.
Officials noted the presence of an actual building would send both students and prospective faculty alike a message of the importance of higher education learning at the institution.
In about a month, Judy Genshaft will retire as the President of the University of South Florida. But, thanks to a million gift from her and her husband, her name will live on with the usf judy genshaft Honors College.
Outgoing USF president Dr. judy genshaft announced wednesday that she will be donating $20 million to the University of South Florida Foundation to help build a new honors college.
College work was done at Epworth College and Vanderbilt University. In 1912 he was ordained a Methodist minister and married Clara Louise Helmkampf of Jackson, Missouri. By 1920 he had received two degrees from the University of Chicago, where he gained a great admiration for the teachings of the American philosopher and educator, John Dewey.
Related Group CEO Jorge Pérez and his wife, Darlene Boytell-Pérez, are donating $1 million to the Honors College at Florida International University as a way of helping the school’s most.
USF President Makes Historic Gift, Donating $20 Million to Establish the Judy Genshaft Honors College. The University of South Florida System has flourished under President Judy Genshaft. Now, she continues her transformational leadership – this time through a historic gift. Read more
BETHLEHEM, PA (3/22/2019) – Valley Youth House (VYH) is pleased to announce that our Lehigh Valley Shelter received the first ever community spotlight award, presented by the University of South Florida (USF) Morsani College of Medicine and Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN). The award was presented at the USF SELECT (Scholarly Excellence.
In 1993, he accepted a position at the University of South Florida and was then recruited. Under Rock’s leadership, the College of Medicine received the largest cash donation in university history,