A group of P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School students will face off against more than 800 teams from about 25 countries to solve tough problems in the most creative manner possible.
In a society where science is the future, a UF associate education professor published a book about the history and impact of science programs.
The ‘60s furniture icon has become a practical solution for space-constrained apartment dwellers.
Alex Zins will graduate this spring and enter the workforce. But it will be a while before the 22-year-old starts thinking about buying any expensive items, for fear of falling into debt.
As many graduates prepare for jobs requiring suits and high heels, 107 UF alumni are having experiences where boots and backpacks are the norm.