University of Florida Provost Joe Glover recently sat down with NVIDIA’s AI Podcast host Noah Kravitz to discuss the university’s efforts to build the first AI University in the country.
As 2022 winds down and UF prepares for a new semester and new year, writers in the UF newsroom selected a handful of their favorite—and some of the most popular—stories from across the UF campus over the last 12 months.
Thirty performers sang and dance as a surprise to the UF graduates at the Fall 2022 commencement ceremonies. To celebrate President Fuchs' last commencement, Lecturer Andrew Cao with UF's School of Theatre and Dance choreographed this performance to Jason Mraz’s “Have It All.”
New graduate Eric Shear is on a mission to break barriers to space travel for people with disabilities
UF President Kent Fuchs' final commencement speech on Dec. 17 for the Fall 2022 graduates.
Speech by Brian Ray to graduating doctoral students at the UF Doctoral Commencement Ceremony in the Stephen C. O’Connell Center on Friday, Dec. 16.
The Win Phillips Town Gown Relations Awards recognized individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions in strengthening relationships between the two entities.
More than 4,400 students are expected to graduate from UF this fall during the course of four commencement ceremonies held in the Exactech Arena at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center Dec. 16-17.
Starting in January, the University of Florida will reinstate road restrictions that reduce vehicular traffic in the academic core of campus.
UF unveiled a new African American storytelling wall in the Reitz Union Auditorium, paying tribute to the contributions and experiences of the university’s Black community.
A new series of pedestrian safety initiatives are part of a continued commitment by the University of Florida and its partners to improve the safety of the campus community.
UF President Kent Fuchs will retire at the start of 2023, capping an eight-year tenure characterized by unprecedented growth and progress and his commitment to spreading aspiration and joy across the UF community.
Students, faculty, staff, families and friends are invited to the “Lighting of the Holiday Gator” starting at 5 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1 on the lawn of the University Auditorium near the corner of Newell Drive and Union Road.