USF Health celebrates homecoming this week

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Expect to see the USF campus filled with even more green and gold than usual this week as students, faculty, staff and alumni celebrate Homecoming Week, today through Oct. 26.

For the first time, USF Health is hosting an activity each day of Homecoming Week,  culminating in student participation on an interprofessional float in Friday’s parade that begins 7 p.m. near the Marshall Student Center and ends at Fowler fields.  The float, titled “USF Health Supports Veterans Coming Home,” was constructed by students from the colleges of medicine, nursing, public health and pharmacy.  It has an Emerald City theme with a patriotic twist.

For all the USF Health homecoming events scheduled this week, please click here.

For a full list of university-wide homecoming week events, please click here.

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USF Health students who helped create the homecoming float show their interprofessional spirit. Front row, l to r: Gladys Munoz, Alyssa Blumenthal, Johan Diaz; Cesar Redaja, Jr., Ron Gullo, and Emma Adams. Back row, l to r: Kevina Desai, Chelsie Thibault and Evena Miscarlien

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Emma Adams, a student at the College of Public Health, does some spray painting of float letters.

Photos by Eric Younghans, USF Health Communications