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As UF/IFAS Florida Automated Weather Network (FAWN) adds stations across the state, the director answers questions about this network of weather stations in place to provide crucial data to agricultural producers.
In his role, Ed Daech will oversee human resources for the UF Health hospital systems in Gainesville and Central Florida, supporting growth and expansion initiatives while advancing the integration of HR functions across a distributed, multi-hospital system.
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