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Outdoor sculpture installed at the UF Cultural Plaza

Outdoor sculpture installed at the UF Cultural Plaza

Published: Dec 16th, 2009

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Joining Jonathan Borofsky’s “Hammering Man at 2,938,405” and Celeste Roberge’s “Stacked Chairs,” “Plunge” is the latest outdoor sculpture to be placed on display at the University of […]

USA Today: Paul Ortiz

Published: Dec 16th, 2009

Paul Ortiz, director of the Samuel Proctor Oral History Center, was quoted in a Dec. 14 USA Today story about efforts of universities to preserve historic interviews.

Palm Beach Post: Michael Wolf

Published: Dec 16th, 2009

Law professor Michael Wolf was quoted in a Dec. 14 Palm Beach Post story about efforts to revise a city ordinance to allow vacation rentals of homes for fewer than […]

USA Today: Marco Pahor

Published: Dec 16th, 2009

Marco Pahor, director of the Institute on Aging, was quoted in a Dec. 13 USA Today story about the federal government’s efforts to help the elderly with walking problems. See […]

MSNBC: Martin Uman

Published: Dec 16th, 2009

Martin Uman, professor of electrical and computer engineering, was quoted in a Dec. 10 MSNBC story about his research that found jet passengers could be exposed to radiation if the […]

Associated Press: Mike Seigel

Published: Dec 16th, 2009

Law professor Mike Seigel was quoted in a Dec. 9 Associated Press story about a judge’s decision to have tattoos on a neo-Nazi murder suspect covered up for his trial.

USA Today: Glenn Morris

Published: Dec 16th, 2009

Glenn Morris, director of the Emerging Pathogens Institute, was quoted in a Dec. 8 USA Today story about how standards for meat served in fast-food restaurants are higher than those […]

Washington Post: Glenn Morris

Published: Dec 16th, 2009

Glenn Morris, director of the Emerging Pathogens Institute, was quoted in a Dec. 4 Washington Post story about how food-borne illnesses are harder to track because of how food often […]

Scientists use cell phone records to predict spread of malaria

Published: Dec 16th, 2009

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — University of Florida researchers at work on a malaria elimination study in Africa have become the first to predict the spread of the disease using cell phone records.

Scaling back kids’ holiday gift expectations a sensitive subject, UF experts say

Published: Dec 16th, 2009

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — To say this year’s economy has been less than robust would be an understatement.