USF professor will do research in Rome
Sheramy D. Bundrick, an associate professor of art history at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg, has won the prestigious Rome Prize. The prize is awarded annually by the American Academy in Rome, and comes with a fellowship that will allow Bundrick to pursue advanced research in the ancient city. Bundrick said she will be studying "the reception of ancient Athenian vases and their images among the Etruscans and how these artifacts were integrated into Etruscan material culture during the 6th and 5th centuries B.C." Bundrick has been on the faculty since 2001.
Pinellas academic team takes top prize
The Pinellas County Academic Team won first place in a statewide competition, the Commissioner's Academic Challenge tournament, this month at Walt Disney World. The team members are: Solomon Howard, Eric Mulligan and Nicholas Walker from St. Petersburg High; Aadith Moorthy from Palm Harbor University High; Caleb Eary from Northeast High; and Jonathen Settle from Seminole High. Coaches were teachers Tracey Keim from St. Petersburg High and Britt Moseley from Seminole High. Each team member received $500, a medal and a championship ring.
Monday: Professional development day: Students off.
Tuesday: Rib-B-Que sandwich, tortellini alfredo, chicken Caesar salad, baked beans, veggie dippers.
Wednesday: Teriyaki chicken with rice, school choice entree, yogurt parfait, broccoli, romaine salad.
Thursday: Calzone, school choice entree, chef salad, waffle fries, veggie dippers.
Friday: Pizza, popcorn shrimp with hush puppy, farmer's salad, green beans, romaine or mixed salad.