More than 30 people marched from Norman Field to Tigert Hall as the sun set Thursday with a banner that read “End Workplace Exploitation For All.”
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April Fools' Day: President Fuchs announces artificial intelligence will replace faculty across campus
In a series of videos UF posted on April Fools’ Day, UF President Kent Fuchs fired himself and the rest of UF’s administrative staff, leaving decisions up to the software of UF’s artificially intelligent supercomputer.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis expanded the eligibility of COVID-19 vaccines to people 40 years or older starting March 29 and those 18 and older starting April 5.
Antonio Farias, UF’s first Chief Diversity Officer, who oversees diversity and inclusion efforts, left his post Sunday.
Gov. Ron DeSantis’ recent executive order expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to some essential workers, such as law enforcement, firefighters and K-12 employees over the age of 50, but excluded higher education faculty.
UF invited 15,220 applicants to become Gators on Friday.
UF raised $25.3 million during its third annual Gator Giving Day fundraiser Thursday, making it the highest yielding year.
As soon as Fall 2021, UF students can learn how to use artificial intelligence to improve agriculture, remove bias from algorithms and advance social justice.
Anisha Saripalli’s face glowed in the light of 17 candles representing her former Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School classmates and staff members. She read their names out loud in a solemn voice.
UF professor Stephen Mulkey said he wouldn’t be surprised if he lost his job for criticising the university administration's COVID-19 response.