The University of Florida is embarking on its boldest infrastructure project in decades. The ambitious, $1.6 billion plan will bring UF’s campus shoulder-to-shoulder with top institutions around the country, and outlines how officials expect the university to grow and use its land in the coming decades.
After 30 years at the university and five as the vice president for human resources, Jodi Gentry has decided to retire. UF officials anticipate a national search will be conducted to fill her role.
The University of Florida announced Wednesday that Marsha McGriff, Ph.D., had accepted the position of chief diversity officer and senior adviser to the president.