Innovation + Job News
Charles Blow’s frank discussion of race, social injustice, culture and politics has earned him a considerable following both in the New York Times and as a TV commentator for CNN and MSNBC.
Dr. Cecile Lengacher, a professor at USF College of Nursing, applied and received a grant on behalf of USF that will study how reducing stress in breast cancer survivors can improve concentration and memory that is often affected after chemotherapy treatments.
Sign up for a sales manager role with the St. Pete Chamber of Commerce; patrol the parks on behalf of Hillsborough County; stage school productions for Berkeley Prep; all of these and more are part of the 83 Degrees Media monthly Tampa Bay job hiring roundup.
Funding from Hillsborough County represents "a very strong commitment to ensuring that our community has the workforce talent to continue to make our manufacturing base successful," says Lindsey Kimball, Director of Economic Development.
The GCCF has awarded each finalist a grant of $25,000 to develop a prototype and refine a business plan, which the foundation’s judges will review in November. The winning team will be awarded a grant of up to $375,000 from to fully develop its blue economy solution.
Women interested in technology are invited to join the Tampa chapter of the Girls in Tech nonprofit organization at their 2015 kickoff "Girls in Tech Vino Night" at Cooper's Hawk winery and restaurant on August 13, 2015.
Tampa International Airport seeks international or local artists to submit artwork for permanent display at TIA in Tampa, Florida. Deadline for entry is September 14, 2015.
A new water treatment plant in the City of Tarpon Springs in Pinellas County will provide drinking water for city residents for many years while reducing the city's dependence on other sources.
Tampa Bay-based information technology company Accusoft is expanding with 125 new high-wage jobs in Hillsborough County.
Tech-centric events in Tampa during summer 2015 include a night at a Ray's game, a fireside chat, a one-day code camp, networking opportunities with successful entrepreneurs and other Tampa techies, and many more.
A free Job Readiness Workshop hosted by the Tampa Bay Community Advocacy Committee will take place on July 29 and give attendees the chance to review resumes and polish interview skills.
Local startups can win up to $150,000 in a new capital acceleration competition. Tampa-based Florida Venture Forum cohosts the 2015 Emerging Technologies & Business Showcase in South Florida on Nov 4, 2015; deadline to apply is Sept 24.
Hillsborough County is getting more eco-friendly thanks to the hotel and motel industry, which has pledged to conserve 5 million gallons of water, beginning in 2016, for the EPA’s WaterSense H2O Challenge.
USF is one of only 18 universities across the United States to be named an Innovation & Economic Prosperity University by the APLU.
A cyber security firm in Clearwater, Threattrack is planning on hiring 30 people by the end of the year. Positions will be in sales, marketing, support and development. The company recently leased a 30,000-square-foot space to house the additional employees.