Under a proposal UF released Friday, faculty would receive a raise but lose unused sick leave payouts, a measure to balance a new law requiring state employees to contribute to their retirement.
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UF's graduate school will soon be mining some "untapped diamonds" in the form of master's degree students at historically black colleges and universities.
UF has altered plans to expand its dental school and will work with two Florida universities that had planned to build their own dental schools.
The Gainesville Chapter of Students for a Democratic Society has finalized a proposal calling for a stop to budget cuts and outlining possible solutions for balancing UF's budget.
Seth and Eva Matlins want you to know the truth.
Bad move, Slick Rick.
It happens every year.
A $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation will allow UF researcher Tim Jacobbe to assess and eventually influence the way middle-school and high-school students learn statistics.
After months of planning, 12 start-up companies and service providers moved into the Innovation Hub on Monday.
After months of planning, the Office of Technology Licensing moved into the Florida Innovation Hub on Friday.
As Florida lawmakers try to rein in state spending in a financial atmosphere still showing signs of a recession, high school students applying for Bright Futures may find it more difficult to earn the scholarship than past graduating classes.
The U.S. Department of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy has awarded $9.3 million to UF for two projects focusing on renewable energy.
The Florida Innovation Hub will receive its first tenant, UF's Office of Technology Licensing, on Friday.
This year, Gainesville's Solid Waste Management division is fighting breast cancer - with pretty, pink trash carts.
There were no student ejections and only one non-student ejection from the Gators football game against the Kentucky Wildcats on Saturday, according to University of Kentucky police Chief Joe Monroe.
UF has repaid about $192,000 to the National Institutes for Health following two 2010 audits that found grant money awarded to the College of Health and Human Performance had been used inappropriately.
A change to syllabus distribution that would enable clearer communication about courses was proposed at a UF Faculty Senate meeting Thursday.
With college applications starting to trickle in, UF's Innovation Academy has received its first batch of applicants for the Spring 2013 semester.
A majority of top business schools in the United States now allow applicants to submit GRE scores as an alternative to the GMAT, a survey by Kaplan Test Prep found.
A survey of top business schools by Kaplan Test Prep found that a majority of the schools allow applicants to submit GRE scores as an alternative to the GMAT.