Campus Articles

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.

Remembering Stephan Mickle, the first African-American to earn an undergraduate degree at UF

Stephan Mickle, the first African-American to earn an undergraduate degree at the University of Florida and the second Black student to earn a law degree at UF, died Tuesday, Jan. 26. He was 76.

U.S. News & World Report ranks UF’s undergraduate and graduate online programs as among the best in the country

U.S. News & World Report ranked several University of Florida online programs as among the top in the country, continuing the university’s overall rise on the national stage.

Two UF Board of Trustee members begin new terms

Two members of the University of Florida Board of Trustees began new terms last week, with Trustee Chris Corr returning after a hiatus and Trustee Marsha Powers continuing her service after being appointed for a second consecutive term. 

Garden or art? It’s both.

When students snag a papaya from a cluster of slender trees on the eastern edge of the University of Florida campus, they’re eating art. 

UF awards faculty nearly $1 million to study racial disparities

The University of Florida is committing nearly $1 million to faculty research projects focused on racial disparities in health care, diversity in professional programs, challenges in developing and teaching an inclusive curriculum, and strategies for creating a more inclusive campus environment.