Veterinarian Roy Yanong was quoted in an April 18 Parade Magazine story about the benefits of having an aquarium.
April 2010 Archive
Bill Kern, associate professor of entomology and nematology at the Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center, was quoted in an April 14 story in the St. Petersburg Times about how the record cold winter affected the brown Cuban anole lizards population.
An op-ed colum by aerospace engineer Peggy Evanich and astronomy professor Rafael Guzman about how small satellites might save Florida’s space industry was published April 14 by the St. Petersburg Times. The column was edited and pitched by the UF News Bureau’s Op-Ed service.
Criminology professor Richard Hollinger was quoted in an April 7 Wall Street Journal story about how small businesses can discover employee thefts.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Anthropology doctoral student Edward Gonzalez-Tennant has become the first winner of the new Eleanor Roosevelt Global Citizenship Award presented by the Center for a Public Anthropology.
The award recognizes introductory anthropology teachers who go beyond talking about global citizenship to helping students develop the actual skills needed – in respect to critical thinking, [...]
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Patricia Telles-Irvin, vice president for student affairs at the University of Florida, has been voted president-elect of Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, known as NASPA, the leading professional organization for student affairs administration, policy and practice.
Telles-Irvin will serve one year in the position, followed by single year terms as president and [...]
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“No, don’t touch me! Get back. Stay away!” one woman loudly screamed.
It’s not typical classroom sounds, but this is [...]
“So you do research on diseases – when did you become a medical doctor?” is a question I regularly hear. I’m actually a geographer. In the past, medical doctors were nearly the only ones doing disease research, but recently things have been changing. Today, disease-related research projects need skills that are found across campus.
This was [...]
The new Biomedical Sciences Building dedication and academic program will be held on May 11.
The building is a $75 million, 160,000 square-foot interdisciplinary facility that houses researchers affiliated with the College of Medicine, College of Public Health and Health Professions, and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, as well as the research and administrative operations [...]