Campus Articles

UF Quest reimagines the general education experience

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.

Betty Steward-Fullwood reflects on life, legacy as Black student advocate at UF

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.

Gators rally for the most successful giving day in UF history

Thousands of University of Florida alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends came together virtually last week to contribute $25.4 million to the university in a single day.

UF to hold in-person commencement for spring graduates

The University of Florida this spring will hold in-person commencement ceremonies for the first time in more than a year, marking the return of a cherished UF tradition.

UF professor appointed to national commission on math instruction

Thomasenia Lott Adams, Ph.D., professor and associate dean at the College of Education at the University of Florida, was appointed to the U.S. National Commission on Mathematics Instruction.

Consumer confidence stays the course in January anticipating slow recovery through 2021

GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- Consumer sentiment among Floridians inched up four-tenths of a point in January to 82.6 from December’s revised figure of 82.2.

Among the five components that make up the index, three increased and two decreased.