UF will hold a candlelight vigil today to mourn the lives lost in the mass shooting that tragically unfolded in Buffalo, New York. The vigil will begin at 5:30 p.m. at Century Tower. All are welcome to attend.
Derris Lee won the 45th Annual DownBeat Student Music Award for Outstanding Performances in the Best Jazz Soloist category at the undergraduate college level.
UF jumped eight spots from last year to land among Money magazine’s 2022 top 10 best colleges for students to get the best bang for their academic buck.
UF ranks first among public universities and second nationwide in a new study that evaluates which U.S. universities are best at moving new discoveries from the lab and into the real world through research commercialization and STEM graduates.
Robert D. Holt of the Department of Biology has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, joining the ranks of leading scientists recognized for their distinguished achievements in research.
Evelyn Moore Mickle, the first African American nursing student to graduate from UF, was honored as the 2022 College of Nursing Alumnus of the Year at the college’s recent pinning ceremony.
Charles Roberson is the oldest graduate of the University of Florida’s Spring 2022 class. He received a Master of Science in Entrepreneurship from the Warrington College of Business at 79 years old.
The University of Florida announced it has chosen Chartwells Higher Education as the official food provider for campus dining, effective July 1.
Rob Ferl, distinguished professor in the UF/IFAS horticultural sciences department and assistant vice president for UF research, has received one of NASA’s most prestigious honors, the Exceptional Public Service Medal.
Joslyn Ahlgren commencement speech for Spring 2022 Commencement
Ira C. Robinson Sr. was the first Black Ph.D. graduate from UF in 1966 with a degree in industrial pharmacy. He was honored with the Distinguished Alumni Award at the university’s doctoral recognition ceremony on April 28.
This UF student’s journey to become an environmental journalist was not simple. But her time at the University of Florida helped Marlowe Starling realize her envisioned career path was viable. She now hopes to tell stories from different countries all around the world.
The UF spring university-wide commencement ceremony is scheduled for Friday, April 29 at 7 p.m. and is open to the public.
Beth Virnig, Ph.D., M.P.H., has been named dean of the University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions, the sixth in the college’s 64-year history.