Students at the University of Florida will pursue real world problems and questions through UF Quest, the new curriculum for general education classes that boasts a flexible and diverse series of courses with small student-to-faculty ratios on contemporary topics.
As part of an ongoing series of events honoring Black History Month, Dr. Betty Steward-Fullwood, a triple Gator and retired senior lecturer from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, shared her experience of being a Black student at the university during the '70s.
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Brett Scheffers, an assistant professor of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation at UF, has received an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship in Earth System Science, a recognition given to the best early career scientists viewed by their peers as rising stars.
Despite the pandemic, University of Florida researchers conducted record amounts of research in 2020 and companies born of UF research continued to bring billions of dollars and thousands of jobs into the state.