Millions of older Americans battle hearing loss, but thanks to new audio technology like Ipods and noisy toys, experts say today’s children risk hearing damage earlier in life than their parents or grandparents did. Here’s UF audiologist Michelle Colburn.
February 2007 Archive
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Angel Kwolek-Folland has been named interim associate provost, according to a statement made Tuesday by Provost Janie Fouke. Kwolek-Folland, associate dean for Centers, Institutes and International Affairs in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, will replace Joe Glover, who left the position to become interim dean of CLAS.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Living Well, the University of Florida faculty and staff wellness center, is helping its members maintain their fitness goals by offering Living Well 150, a six-week, 30-minute workout incentive program. The program starts this week and continues through April 2. Members can sign up at the Living Well front desk, and the last day to register is Monday.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — University of Florida zoology professor Brian Silliman likes to say that little guys can have big effects.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. –– The Harn Museum of Art’s curator of African art will give insight to Africa’s systems of healing during a gallery talk at 3 p.m. on Feb. 25. Susan Cooksey will explore the aesthetic, multisensory and complex qualities of objects used in traditional and contemporary healing practices in Africa, which is explored in the Harn’s newest exhibition, “African Arts of Healing and Divination.”
For most college students who dream of one day holding a Ph.D. in their hand, the journey through graduate school will be like nothing they ever experienced. But for University of Florida student David Green, pursuing a higher degree will be a smooth transition.