UF researchers may have found a more effective treatment for certain types of cancers.
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Fear. Anxiety. Loneliness. These are just some of the emotions that might go through first-year students’ minds as they open the door to their first college class.
As a top 10 research institution, UF is focused on fostering understanding in the world.
UF received $776.2 million from research grants for the 2019 fiscal year, which ended June 30, said UF research communications director Joseph Kays.
On average, students make up over half of Gainesville’s volunteer population, and a recent UF study emphasized the importance of students for the local volunteer workforce.
Faced with threats from heart defects to habitat loss, Florida panthers have struggled to live throughout the years.
Its roots stem far away from Earth.
In his career at NASA, Charlie Welly was known as a behind-the-scenes man — always helping out but never the face of the organization. But here in Gainesville, his impact will be celebrated 50 years later.
Backstage, a room is filled with young women rushing around. Some are stretching, some are singing opera and others are putting on their eveningwear to prepare for an interview. Nerves are running high.
Florida Gators superfan George Edmondson — known as Mr. Two Bits — died Tuesday at the age of 97, said UF spokesperson Steve Orlando.
Lock your doors, UF. It’s not crazy Steve, but the infamous theater thug, that’s comin’ to town.
Thirty incoming first-generation students will no longer need to stress about the cost of attending UF.
Beethoven, Ravel and Schubert echoed through the UF Health Shands Cancer Hospital Monday as pianists honored the classics.
Dalice Betterson-Smith grew up in a single-parent household and said her mom did everything to give her children the best life possible.
In recent years, UF students felt the danger of hurricane season firsthand from the devastating storms of Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria.
Hurricane Irma destroyed large portions of Florida in 2017, but it paved the way for Santa Fe College to receive a grant to help revitalize the region’s economy.
Errors in medical prescriptions and surgery led UF Health Shands to receive a just passing grade for hospital safety.
More resources may soon be available for food-insecure students and faculty at UF.