Criser III emphasized that the blueprint for reopening must be versatile to conform to each university’s unique environments and circumstances.
The owner said the city has an agenda against small businesses
UF faculty and the UF Board of Trustees discussed responses to the COVID-19 outbreak yesterday
Those who cannot will be given 10 days of paid leave
The law school graduate said he’s willing to do whatever it takes to close Florida beaches
Wednesday COVID-19 updates: New county case; classes offered as pass or fail; UF helping The VillagesBy Hannah Phillips , Grethel Aguila and Kaelyn Cassidy | Mar. 18, 2020
Confirmed cases continue to increase in Alachua County. Meanwhile, UF announces a grading alternative and Gov. Ron DeSantis releases information on expanding testing in North Central Florida.
Four UF students have COVID-19; UF spring graduation canceled and other important coronavirus updatesBy Hannah Phillips and Alyssa Feliciano | Mar. 17, 2020
Gov. Ron DeSantis announced that four UF students have COVID-19 and told universities to move online the rest of the semester.
Adam Lizek, a 20-year-old UF computer science junior, uses virtual reality as part of the College of Engineering’s Gator Day display. The college is researching virtual reality applications in education to create smart classrooms, Lizek said.