AMBY, which stands for AI Made By You, was piloted this summer as a part of Camp DIALOGS, an NSF-funded project aimed at making AI and computer science more accessible, particularly for students in lower-income areas.
The COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on health care has made it more important than ever for nursing schools to educate the next generation of front-line providers. Now, thanks to an effort by Florida lawmakers to combat the nursing shortage, the UF College of Nursing plans to build a “pipeline” to move well-prepared nurses into the workforce.
The faculty speaker at all three ceremonies is Adegbola Adesogan, professor of ruminant nutrition and the director of the Food Systems Institute and the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
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UF ranks No. 2 nationally among public universities and No. 4 among publics and privates for the economic return students get from attending college and leading students to greater financial security.
UF has announced that a new dormitory for graduate students and visiting scholars at the UF/IFAS Tropical Research and Education Center in Homestead, Florida, will be named in honor of UF professor emerita and alumna Pauline O. Lawrence. This will be the first UF building named after a Black person.
On Friday, the soon-to-be UF graduate became a citizen of the United States. This Saturday, she will walk across the stage earning a dual degree in biology and political science and marking a major milestone.
One of the youngest exoplanets ever discovered formed at an immense distance from its star, offering a new mystery.
Consumer confidence among Floridians increased in July four-tenths of a point to 61.4 from June’s revised figure of 61. Similarly, consumer sentiment at the national level increased in July.
More than 2,000 students are expected to graduate from UF this summer during the course of three commencement ceremonies held in the Exactech Arena at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center August 5-6.
Using a $7.5 million grant from the NSF, UF engineers are leading a new effort to understand how groups like the poor, children and the elderly, and the disabled are marginalized by current technologies like smartphones and video conferencing and how current and future technologies can be designed to be more inclusive.
The Popular Culture Collections in George A. Smathers Libraries has something for everyone including 15,000 comic books, the largest playbill collection in the southeast and an authentic Spider-Man suit.