The sound of Gators

Published: November 14 2014

Some of the University of Florida’s finest voices recently traveled to Buga, Colombia, to participate in Corpacoros’ International Choral Week 2014.

UF News and events of possible media interest (Nov. 17)

Published: November 17 2014

UF News Budget and Events

White House official to speak on science, technology and innovation for national security

Published: November 17 2014

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Patricia Falcone, associate director for national security and international affairs at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, will speak Monday at the University of Florida as part of the Weil Lecture Series hosted by UF’s College of Engineering.

As elephants go, so go the trees: Research shows hunting can have catastrophic effects on tropical forests

Published: November 18 2014

GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- Overhunting has been disastrous for elephants, but their forest habitats have also been caught in the crossfire.

USA Today: Michael McDonald

Published: November 18 2014

Michael McDonald, political science professor, was quoted in a Nov. 13 USA Today story about the Supreme Court rulings on voting procedures, such as voter ID and early voting laws.

Associated Press: Jay Ritter

Published: November 18 2014

Finance professor Jay Ritter was quoted in a Nov. 13 Associated Press story about the controversy surrounding the Chinese firm Tianhe Chemicals Group Ltd. and the role Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC., an investment bank, played in bringing the company to global investors.

Tampa Tribune: Jack Payne

Published: November 18 2014

Jack Payne, senior vice president for agriculture and natural resources, wrote a Nov. 8 Tampa Tribune column about president-elect Kent Fuchs’ commitment to UF’s land-grant mission and Florida agriculture and natural resources.

The New York Times: Kevin Sabet

Published: November 18 2014

Kevin Sabet, director of the Drug Policy Institute, was quoted in an Oct. 28 New York Times story about how the second set of votes on legalizing marijuana for recreational use can determine if there will be a national wave of legalization.

LiveVibe TV season opener to provide inside look at video games

Published: November 18 2014

The fourth season of LiveVibe TV premieres 7:30 p.m. Nov. 20 with an episode titled “Opening Minds: People Who Make Video Games” at the UF Digital Worlds Institute’s REVE (Research, Education and Visualization Environment) in Norman Gym.

University Galleries and the University of Florida International Center are pleased to present the award-winning work of students, faculty, staff and alumni from the International Center’s 11th Annual Global Culture Photography Competition in a new exhibition currently on display in Grinter Gallery.

Global Culture Photography Competition

Published: November 18 2014

University Galleries and the University of Florida International Center are pleased to present the award-winning work of students, faculty, staff and alumni from the International Center’s 11th Annual Global Culture Photography Competition in a new exhibition currently on display in Grinter Gallery.