UF celebrates graduates in person at commencement ceremonies

The University of Florida will hold its first in-person commencement ceremonies since 2019.

UF Chief Marshal looks to first in-person commencements after a year

Hans van Oostrom, Ph.D., serves as chief marshal at UF’s commencement ceremonies. In the coming week, he will be front and center, carrying the university’s ceremonial mace and among dozens of UF faculty and staff members who are helping organize the first in-person ceremonies since the pandemic struck. 

UF offers AI certificate for undergraduates

UF students from any major can now pursue a certificate that teaches them the basics of artificial intelligence, a field likely to uniquely position students for the future workforce.

UF professor, associate chair named as next Dean of The Graduate School

Nicole Stedman, professor and associate chair of the Department of Agricultural Education and Communication in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences will succeed Henry “Hank” Frierson as dean of The Graduate School. 

UF libraries to host inaugural Michael Gannon Lecture featuring Jon Meacham

The annual Michael Gannon Lecture commemorates the achievements and scholarship of Dr. Gannon, distinguished service professor, remembered at UF as an outstanding teacher and scholar, an advocate for fairness and academic integrity, and a nationally known writer on Florida history and World War II history.

Online degrees at UF offer flexibility, authentic Gator Nation experience

Interest in receiving an education online from the University of Florida has grown in recent years. The key to UF’s success with its online programs, officials say, is that they are no different in terms of quality and rigor as in-person classes.

SEC announces José Fortes wins 2021 Faculty Achievement Award for University of Florida

José Fortes, professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, has been named winner of the 2021 SEC Faculty Achievement Award for the University of Florida, the SEC announced on Thursday.