University of Florida Hall of Famer Thaddeus Bullard, known across the globe as WWE Superstar Titus O'Neil and a widely recognized children’s advocate and champion, will serve as UF’s university-wide commencement speaker this spring in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
The University of Florida and the UF Police Department are dedicated to the safety of the students, faculty, staff, and visitors of our campus. As such, we are proud to share that a total of four new emergency Blue Light Phones (BLPs) are being added to the Fraternity Row area.
Dr. David R. Colburn, who served the University of Florida for nearly 50 years as a beloved professor of American history and in nearly every administrative role including as university provost, died Wednesday, Sept. 18, due to complications from an extended illness.
For the third year in a row, UF has risen in the U.S. News & World Report Top Public Schools rankings, climbing to No. 7.
Due to Hurricane Dorian, the University of Florida’s campus in Gainesville will be closed and classes are canceled for Tuesday, Sept. 3. An announcement regarding whether campus will be closed and classes canceled on Wednesday, Sept. 4, will be forthcoming when a decision is made.
Jack Davis will be the inaugural speaker in a new President’s Arts and Humanities Luncheon series for UF students launching in September at the campus residence of UF President Kent and Linda Fuchs.
As the Fall semester begins Tuesday, more than 50,000 University of Florida students are starting classes at a university energized by new faculty, new facilities and new academic offerings.
The chairman of the University of Florida’s Department of Journalism and 2016-17 UF Teacher of the Year spoke to bachelor's, master's and specialist graduates Saturday.
The chairman of UF’s Department of Journalism and 2016-17 UF Teacher of the Year spoke to doctoral graduates in a ceremony Friday.
Nearly 1,300 people are expected to participate in the University of Florida’s summer commencement ceremonies, scheduled for Friday and Saturday, August 9 and 10, in the Exactech Arena at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center.
Not many people can say they have worked on a math problem for nine months. Even fewer can say that they got it right. But Clifford Will can, and now he has a medal to prove it.
He was told it was a bad idea that would never work. Now, UF chemistry professor Richard Yost is being inducted into the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame.