Campus | Uf Administration
After a six-month search, UF selected a new vice president for student affairs.
UF violated state law with its Preview prices. Now, the school is facing a class action lawsuit by people angered by the high costs of orientation.
Several years ago at another university, I met with the faculty members in one of the university’s colleges. I was responsible for leading the search for the college’s next dean, and I wanted to hear the faculty’s input on the search.
UF President Kent Fuchs’ five-year contract will end in June 2020, but that won’t necessarily end his time at UF.
After four weeks of bargaining with UF’s Board of Trustees, UF’s United Faculty of Florida Union (UFF-UF) has finalized a deal to allocate $5.5 million toward salary raises and supplements.
UF classes are canceled on Wednesday as Hurricane Dorian batters the Bahamas and continues to threaten Florida.
About 1,200 students graduated Saturday morning
The Board of Trustees has approved four construction projects on the UF campus totaling over $100 million.
The world watched in horror and grief on Monday as Notre Dame Cathedral burned. Her lead-covered wood roof and majestic spire collapsing into red flames as Parisians sang hymns on roads and bridges. Some 13 million people annually enter the cathedral. I have been one of those awestruck visitors on several occasions. Notre Dame is an exquisite example of French Gothic architecture and an unforgettable symbol of Paris, with its beautiful rose windows, flying buttresses and rib vault. Lost in the news of the past few days is the fact that Notre Dame is foremost a place for worship, particularly for Catholic Christians.
“We found Ian Green does not come off as a leader and appears to speak only when spoken to. Moreover, he has a presence that is, to be frank, unimpressive and lackluster.”
This is the fifth year in a row Fuchs has pranked students.
Parking decals for non-students will increase by $18
It was 3:45 p.m. on a Tuesday. The air was cold, rushing against my cheeks, warning of the imminent downpour. For January in Gainesville, this was the best weather I could hope for. As I began the journey from Library West to Tigert Hall gripping two iced coffees, I contemplated the whirlwind that my life had become in just a couple of hours.
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