Campus Articles

Virtual summer commencement ceremonies scheduled for Aug. 14-15

Nearly 3,000 students will complete their UF degrees and celebrate commencement in virtual ceremonies around the country and globe on Friday and Saturday.

Meet the UF students behind the reply-all reaction masterpiece “Dear James Martin”

As their inboxes filled up with replies to an accidental mass email, University of Florida students Elizabeth Gerace and Jessica Bailes got an idea: Turn the situation into a song.

University of Florida hits record $900 million in research awards

University of Florida faculty earned a record $900.7 million in research funding in fiscal year 2020, despite many activities being paused for more than two months by the pandemic.

Bank of America executive named University of Florida Chief Financial Officer

GAINESVILLE, Florida -- A Bank of America executive with 30 years of experience at some of the nation’s most vaunted financial institutions has been named the University of Florida’s senior vice president and chief financial officer.

UF Racial Justice Research Fund established to support scholarship on the Black experience

The University of Florida has committed $400,000 toward a Racial Justice Research Fund to support research and scholarship that will inform understanding of the Black experience, racial justice, diversity, equity and inclusion on campus and beyond.

Eight UF students earn prestigious scholarship for overseas learning

The Boren Awards grant scholarships and fellowships to students who would like to study languages and cultures of regions important to U.S. national security interests.  

UF ranked No. 1 nationally in innovation impact

The University of Florida is the most productive large university in the country at leveraging its research funding into new companies, new jobs and new ideas, according to a report released last week by the George W. Bush Institute and the Opus Faveo Innovation Development consulting firm.

UF moves classes online through end of summer semester

The decision was made in response to multiple confirmed COVID-19 cases on campus.