President Bernie Machen will stick with The Gator Nation a year longer than he planned, but he won't get paid more for it.
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Asserting financial independence was a major theme of President Bernie Machen's strategic discussion at UF's Board of Trustees meeting Friday.
With a gallery of administrators, protesters and Student Government officials present, the UF Board of Trustees met Thursday to address issues ranging from new student fees to the proposed Reitz Union renovation.
Visitors are encouraged to bring cash to pay the meters while the parking pay stations inside the Reitz Union parking garage are being replaced.
A national study has confirmed what some suspected all along: Business majors study less than their peers in other majors.
A campaign to remove Gov. Rick Scott's signature from Florida university diplomas is still going strong.
For the first time in his 20 years teaching at UF, journalism professor Laurence Alexander has canceled his class on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving.
One UF alumnus was so disturbed by Gov. Rick Scott's ideas about education, he started a petition to get the governor's signatures off university diplomas.
In the wake of a lawsuit, UF has delayed its proposal to give faculty members a 3 percent raise to offset a state requirement for public employees to contribute the same amount to their retirement.
Waving colorful signs and chanting "stand up, fight back," UF graduate assistants rallied Wednesday to protest student fees they think are unfair.
Instead of climbing rock walls or running obstacle courses, participants in the Technology Entrepreneur BootCamp gathered Tuesday evening to hear business tips and learn how to pitch their products to investors.
U.S. Rep. Cliff Stearns wants equal treatment for all workers, regardless of ability.
Pennsylvania now attracts more international students to its university campuses than does sunny Florida.
Board of Governors approves market-rate tuition for master's program, dental expansion proposal not passed
UF administrators experienced success and frustration during the Board of Governors meeting Thursday in Boca Raton.
The Florida Board of Governors recommended Wednesday that UF rework its proposal to expand its dental program with Florida A&M University and return with a less costly proposal in January.
Marisol Diaz is hungry to succeed.
The Board of Trustees on Thursday unanimously approved a proposal to charge market-rate tuition for three online master's degree programs.
As a kid growing up in Virginia, Mike Salay always thought if you wanted to be a good skateboarder, you had to have lots of tattoos.
Despite a lackluster football season and winning the title of 10th douchiest school in the U.S., UF received more applications this year than last year.
M. Jack Ohanian, former associate dean for research and administration and a professor of nuclear engineering at UF, died Monday.