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NEW IN 2017! GoUSF is partnering with USF's department of Rhetoric and Language to focus on emotional wellness through a series of public speaking workshops. Participants can expect to build self-esteem, enhance critical thinking skills, and network with colleagues! Click on the titles below to read more about each workshop, and click on the RSVP links to reserve your spot.

Public Speaking 101Thursday, May 4Cowell Hall (CO) 212RSVP »
Public Speaking Visual AidsThursday, May 11Cowell Hall (CO) 107RSVP »

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Rhetoric and Language Department

Pending interest in this challenge, USF's department of Rhetoric and Language may expand their public speaking workshops to faculty and staff in the fall of 2017! 

Currently, the department provides students with the resources to excel in all aspects of communication, literacy, and rhetoric, concentrated in composition, public speaking, and academic English for multilingual students. For more information, visit the Rhetoric and Language web page.


For more information on enhancing presentation skills, visit the online training section of myLearning, Human Resources' online professional development software. There are two courses currently offered:

  • Creating a Presentation: Among the fears that people have about giving a presentation is that they will get mixed up, forget to make a key point, or repeat themselves. This course describes how to create key parts of a presentation – the introduction, support content, and conclusion – memorable and effective.
  • Delivering a Presentation: Excellence in presentation can be achieved when the standard of your delivery matches the quality of your content. This course describes how to make your delivery successful and memorable. It covers techniques for managing stage fright – the biggest problem most speakers have.
  • Register for these and any other professional development course by logging into myLearning with your myUSF credentials.