President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will speak and engage in a Q&A about how America’s leading research universities, including the University of Florida, and Ukrainian officials and educators can work together to help rebuild and transform his country’s decimated higher education sector.
Dani McVety-Leinen won the 2022 Bustad Companion Animal Veterinarian of the Year Award, one of veterinary medicine's highest honors. She graduated in 2009 from the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Consumer sentiment among Floridians plummeted 4.4 points in April to 63.6 from a revised figure of 68 in March, reaching its lowest level in the last 10 years.
This pilot culinary arts program at UF's Office of Professional and Workforce Development aims to re-skill students through a nontraditional format and quickly get them back to work in higher paying jobs.
Coleen Sailsman and Sarisha Boodoo are among 12 students in the first cohort of the Environmental Leaders Fellowship program, hosted by the Thompson Earth Systems Institute. They spent the semester gaining skills that will make them better advocates for our planet and our communities.
A UF Health Pediatrics resident has been working to bring an affordable farmers market for the past year and a half after learning of a similar program at one of the institutions she interviewed with before choosing UF for residency.
Created to help approximately half a million Florida K-5 students read on grade level, the New Worlds Reading Initiative is a new, free book delivery program advancing literacy and a love of reading across the state.
Consumer sentiment among Floridians ticked up 1.7 points in March to 69.7 from a revised figure of 68 in February. Unlike the national consumer sentiment index, which reached a new decade low.
The University of Florida is celebrating the extraordinary women who have been a part of the fabric of this institution during its journey to becoming one of the nation’s top public universities.
As the campus community watches and reacts to unfolding scenes of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a panel of UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences professors came together to try to make sense of it all, sharing their diverse expertise to provide clarity on the conflict.
Students use laptops as social billboards. They can also help others reliably pick up on aspects of a person’s personality solely based on the stickers of their laptops.
These views were particularly strong among people younger than 60, though these pessimistic views were shared by all Floridians with the exception of people 60 and older, who reported more favorable views to both components.
Leaders of the 23-county Florida High Tech Corridor today shared the stage at Synapse Summit 2022 where they celebrated a 25-year legacy of partnership and innovation and unveiled a commitment to “unleash the region’s expotential.”