I am USF is a visual representation of the multiple identities (e.g., class, gender, race, sexuality, ethnicity, ability, religion, etc.) that make up the USF community.
In keeping with USF's mission statement of educating minds and hearts to change the world we hope that participating in I am USF will promote dialogue to explore the many identities of USF students. We use this framework to represent the diversity of our campus community.
Opportunities throughout the year are provided for students to submit their reflections on identity with the campus community. Periodically the exhibit is placed on display.
I am USF is designed in the style of Kip Fulbeck's the hapa project.