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Jessica Adams started her career as a deputy sheriff for the Pinellas County Jail in Clearwater, Fla., before entering nursing.

Have HIV-Testing Kits, Will Travel
July 22, 2016

Jessica Adams, a doctoral nursing student, will volunteer with a medical team at a September music festival in Uganda.

Dr. Jon Simmons, associate professor of surgery at the College of Medicine, balances being a trauma surgeon with an equally passionate curiosity for researching new ways to better treat patients.

Investigating New Treatment in Trauma
July 20, 2016

Dr. Jon Simmons explores why fatalities often can be pinned on an inflammatory response that causes organ failure.

Emily Martin, left, and Tu Anh, work on encryption assignments during GenCyber Camp held at USA's School of Computing. They and other rising 9th Graders at Davidson High School participated in the week-long program.

Connecting Math, Science and a Paycheck
July 15, 2016

High school students learn about cyber security and career opportunities during a week-long program at South.

Dr. Phil Carr, Chief Calvin McGhee Endowed Professor of Native American Studies, gives a hands-on archaeology lesson to Kolby Rayborn and Kylee Langham during Art and Archaeology Day.

'No Dinosaurs, No Whips, and No Crystal Skulls'
July 13, 2016

Children from the Poarch Band of Creek Indians arrive on campus and get a non-Hollywood lesson in archaeology.