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Less money borrowed nationally; fewer UF students getting loans
As Katharine Hargrave prepared for her classes, she packed her backpack with notebook paper, books and her laptop. Lifting the bag across her back, the bag didn’t seem to weigh her down, but something else did — the clunk of change trailing behind her.
UF transplant program recognized
The UF Health Shands Transplant Center was nationally recognized by the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association for its quality care.
IFAS receives award for work in reducing climate change
A UF-led group of scientists and researchers across the Southeast have received national recognition for their outreach in reducing climate change.
Nursing informatics researcher joins UF faculty
A new professor and researcher has joined the UF College of Nursing.
UF professor recognized for her work in science teacher education
An associate professor in the UF College of Education was honored by two professional teacher organizations for her work in the science education field.
Registration opens for online arts in medicine program
Spring applications are now open for a new UF online master’s degree program in arts in medicine.
ButterflyFest celebrates biodiversity
Visitors browsed native plants on sale, admired pollinators and participated in a festival that took place on the front lawn of the Florida Museum of Natural History this weekend to celebrate butterflies.
UF faculty recognized for ‘40 Under 40’ top agriculture award
From nearly 200 nominees, two UF Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences faculty members were nationally selected and recognized for their contributions to the agriculture industry.
Obama’s new federal aid distribution formula set for 2015
President Barack Obama’s new rating formula for college federal aid distribution is set to be released in time for 2015.
MCAT changes make pre-med decisions unclear
More than 700 UF undergraduate students applied to medical schools across the country last year, and with a new version of the Medical College Admission Test debuting this Spring, questions have been raised about which test version current undergrads should take.
Recent attempted sexual assaults prompt students to think about safety, prevention
When night falls, some students may worry about walking out alone.
Judge removes Bondi from same-sex cases
Same-sex marriage could be legalized in Florida by the end of this month.