USF Parent & Family Bulletin: Meet Danielle Kushner 

Featured as a student leader in the USF Parent & Family Bulletin.



College of Arts and Sciences News: SMC Holds Annual Honors and Awards Banquet

“More than 60 students were chosen and recognized for their achievements and awarded scholarships ranging from $500 to $4,000. Only juniors and seniors who have declared a major in mass communications, have completed at least six hours of mass communications courses at USF, are currently enrolled in mass communications courses at USF and have a 3.0 overall GPA were eligible to apply. Applicants were required to write a personal statement explaining their goals and interests pertaining to their sequence.

Public Relations student Danielle Kushner was awarded the Deanne Dewey Roberts Scholarship, the largest award of the evening. . .”

A true PANda: My Panhellenic Journey

When I first began my current role of Vice President of Communications for my sorority chapter, I reached out to a sister in the PR department at AOII headquarters. We chatted about ideas for blogging, social media and more. I noted my experience on USF Panhellenic’s executive board and I was offered to be a guest blogger on the headquarter blog! I truly enjoyed narrating my panhellenic journey.


USF NEWS: Panhellenic Blog Celebrates Success

After I introduced the USF Panhellenic Blog* I sent the word out to as much of USF as I could. I was pleased when USF News notified me asking to do a story on the success of the inspirational stories. *Note: blog is no longer in existence as further leadership moved on to Tumblr.


Campus Spotlight: University of South Florida

In 2011, I attended the Southeastern Panhellenic Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. At this conference I  was introduced the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation. “The Circle of Sisterhood Foundation represents a worldwide humanitarian effort – by sorority women – to help girls and women access education.” I was so motivated to create this movement at USF, so I presented it to my community the week after I arrived. The motion unanimously passed by all chapters and is currently our panhellenic philanthropy. I then pursued the position of Panhellenic Director of Philanthropy that year where I helped raise awareness through campus events and fundraising. This is a blog post spotlighting USF. The content is written by me and edited with commentary by the blogger.


Halogen TV: 150 Years Later: Women Still Fighting for Education

This article was written upon me being interviewed by Merritt Onsa of Halogen TV, upon my progress of Circle of Sisterhood Awareness at USF


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