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Autumn Signals Seasonal Changes — Even In Florida, Say UF Experts

Published: Sep 20th, 1996

GAINESVILLE — The calendar may say Sept. 22 marks the first day of fall, but Florida residents transplanted here from the north may need more convincing.

Sound Systems For Hearing Impaired Help All Students, Says UF Expert

Published: Sep 19th, 1996

GAINESVILLE — Using special sound systems in classrooms helps kids hear better and leads to increased test scores and fewer behavioral problems, says a University of Florida professor.

UF Study: Girls With Attention Deficit Disorder Frequently Not Treated

Published: Sep 12th, 1996

GAINESVILLE— Picture a hyperactive child.

UF Engineering Students Develop World’s Fastest Milling Machine

Published: Sep 9th, 1996

GAINESVILLE — Staying one step of ahead of industry, a group of engineering students at the University of Florida has developed the world’s fastest milling machine.

Effort Thought To Be The Key To Success In Some Homes, UF Study Finds

Published: Jul 10th, 1996

GAINESVILLE —Poor black mothers who do not have an advanced education are not deterred from encouraging their children to succeed in mathematics, a new University of Florida study finds.

Recognizing First U.S. Women’s Champion Is A Step In The Right Direction

Published: Jul 9th, 1996

GAINESVILLE — Margaret Abbott may finally be getting the credit she deserves.

Centennial Olympics? Yes, But 100 Years Old? Not Really, Says UF Expert

Published: Jul 2nd, 1996

GAINESVILLE — As the world prepares to celebrate the Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, a French idealist is again being heralded as the idea man behind the first events in 1896 and the originator of the modern Olympics.

Many Floridians Prefer Public To Private Schools, Says UF Study

Published: May 21st, 1996

GAINESVILLE — Many parents prefer the diversity and quality of public schools and would not send their children to private schools even if tuition were paid for, a University of Florida survey finds.

Blacks Face Agonies In Higher Education, Says UF Researcher

Published: May 14th, 1996

GAINESVILLE — American colleges and universities, long considered open and tolerant places, are bastions of hate and discrimination for many black students, says a University of Florida sociologist and co-author of a new book.

Impending Graduation Leads Seniors To Brace For The Worst

Published: Apr 30th, 1996

GAINESVILLE — As college graduates across America collect their diplomas, chances are they are not optimistic about their job prospects, says a new study appearing in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.