GAINESVILLE, Fla. –– Del Galloway, former president and chief executive officer of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), will translate his 23 years of corporate and agency experience into classroom lessons this fall as the Freedom Forum Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Florida’s College of Journalism and Communications.
May 2006 Archive
Demographer Stefan Rayer was quoted in a May 30 Boston Globe story about rapid population growth in Flagler County.
The quote was the result of a news release.
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Worries about the national economy and the price of gas at home have left Florida consumers feeling pessimistic according to UF business researchers. To add to those headaches, we’re days away from the start of hurricane season.
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While you can see the immediate destruction caused by a hurricane, after effects like carbon monoxide inhalation and food poisoning often don’t become clear until days later. Now, experts at the University of Florida have helped develop a real-time system for monitoring post-storm health threats.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — With the start of this year’s hurricane season Thursday (June 1), Florida’s residents are preparing for the all-too-familiar havoc the storms can wreak. But hurricanes cause more than flooding, high winds and power outages – they also spawn public health hazards that often aren’t evident until days after winds die and storm waters recede.
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This is University Update Weekly, your online source for University of Florida news and events for the week of May 29th.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The Cooperative Academic Achievement Program is now accepting applications for peer volunteers.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — With thousands of boats expected on Florida’s waterways this Memorial Day weekend, University of Florida extension agents say sailors should be wary of lost or abandoned crab traps that can wreak havoc on propellers and engines.