It was like a circus under the tent on the Reitz Union North Lawn — with games, an alligator and a Fuchs.
In the forests of Florida, black bears reign supreme.
Claudia Costagliola did most of her research for her doctoral degree sitting on the hazel, paisley couch in her living room.
Innovation Academy admitted its first class of 300 in 2012. The pilot program stemmed from a combination of ideas, said Bernard Mair, associate provost for undergraduate affairs, including the accommodation of students and the pursuit of innovation development goals.
President Kent Fuchs asked UF’s Board of Trustees five questions to improve undergraduate education Friday before sharing his excitement over his ESPN Sports Center debut.
UF Online’s new director has governmental roots.
UF students joined the Florida Legislature in a round of “We are the Boys” on Tuesday afternoon at a luncheon sponsored by the UF Alumni Association.
Julie Watkin, the executive director of Jacksonville-based nonprofit The Girls Gone Green, spoke out against bear hunting in a rally she organized in downtown Orlando last month. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission's statewide hunt begins Saturday and will run through Sunday. Its goal is to harvest 320 bears to manage the population.
Jeremiah Clement (left), 11, shows his rock collection to Ellen Martin, a UF professor of palaeoceanography and paleoclimatology, in the Florida Museum of Natural History as part of the “Ask a Scientist,” event Sunday afternoon. A preview of next week’s “Can You Dig It?” event, rock collectors were encouraged to bring their specimens in to be examined by geologists.