Published: Dec 27th, 1999
GAINESVILLE — Peer counseling groups can help students with behavior problems improve their grades, attendance, attitudes and behavior, a University of Florida study shows.
Published: Dec 23rd, 1999
GAINESVILLE — A new radio program produced at the University of Florida is rapidly gaining an audience by focusing on the growing national interest in children’s culture.
Published: Dec 21st, 1999
GAINESVILLE — Contrary to popular belief, college students who don’t protect themselves against pregnancy do so not from ignorance but because of laziness, embarrassment or lack of communication with their partners, a University of Florida study shows.
Published: Nov 24th, 1999
GAINESVILLE — A new bell has rung in many American high schools that are scrapping old ideas about class schedules, course content and the relationship between students and teachers, a nationwide survey by a University of Florida researcher shows.
Published: Nov 1st, 1999
GAINESVILLE — An effort to attract more graduate students to the University of Florida is showing the first signs of success.
Published: Oct 25th, 1999
GAINESVILLE — High school students struggling with reading can improve their skills significantly over short periods of time by becoming tutors to younger students, a University of Florida study has found.
Published: Oct 22nd, 1999
GAINESVILLE — Like a lot of researchers at the University of Florida, Chris Beach spent months in the lab on a project, then published the results in a academic journal.
Published: Oct 7th, 1999
GAINESVILLE — A significant number of college students don’t manage their money well when it comes to credit cards, according to a new University of Florida study.
Published: Oct 5th, 1999
GAINESVILLE — An expert target shooter looks through his sight and pauses, focusing on the tiny target 50 meters away. The bull’s-eye is just 10.4 millimeters in diameter, regulation size for the Olympic smallbore rifle event. The shooter pauses for a moment, steadying his body, quieting his mind, focusing on the target. Will he hit the bull’s-eye?
Published: Sep 20th, 1999
GAINESVILLE — University of Florida aerospace engineering students learning about flight are no longer restricted to textbooks and lectures.