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UF is home to new pancreas research depository

Published: Dec 4th, 2007

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Type 1 diabetes is a disease which affects at least 1 million Americans. One of the newest additions to the University of Florida’s College of Medicine is […]

New home and theater provide hope for Tanzanian orphans

Published: Nov 20th, 2007

Watching Tanzanian orphans perform acrobatics at the TunaHAKI Centre in Moshi, University of Florida architecture associate professor Donna Cohen knew the design project before her was much more than a […]

Library video recognized at international film festival

Published: Nov 6th, 2007

The University of Florida has been winning a lot of things as of late, but many people may not be aware of one of the latest UF teams to be […]

State budget cuts affect UF

Published: Nov 1st, 2007

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Gov. Charlie Crist last week approved a reduced budget plan for the upcoming year. The plan removes $22.1 million in recurring state funds from UF’s budget. It […]

The Academic and Professional Assembly seeks additional involvement, hosts Nov. 27 program

Published: Oct 18th, 2007

The Academic and Professional Assembly (APA) is the University of Florida’s advisory, networking and service organization for professional staff. The members of APA include all TEAMS employees and career faculty […]

Pulitzer Prize-winning author to speak on Oct. 16

Published: Oct 8th, 2007

All the University of Florida freshmen participating in the Common Reading Program will have the chance to meet the author of this year’s book on Oct.16.

UF researchers studying impacts of Hurricane Dean

Published: Sep 27th, 2007

Many Gators go to the Mexican state of Quintana Roo for a relaxing Spring Break vacation. Assistant professors Eric Keys and Corene Matyas went there for a different reason on September 10.

UF staffer named state’s bluegrass mandolin champion

Published: Jul 25th, 2007

Fla. — It came to him in a dream.

Spanish-speaking support available to caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients

Published: Jun 14th, 2007

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — works to provide caregivers, especially those whose primary language is Spanish, a way to find help and instruction through Internet chat rooms, telephone support and education.

UF student strives to enrich lives of Ugandans through books

Published: Mar 28th, 2007

After a summer research trip to Uganda led him to discover the country’s great need for educational resources, University of Florida geography doctoral candidate Joel Hartter decided to do something about it by helping to establish a foundation to support libraries in rural villages in the western part of the country.