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Solar eclipse safety

On Monday, August 21, 2017, all of North America will be treated to an eclipse of the sun. Gainesville will only see a partial eclipse, BUT you will need to […]

HIV/AIDS Graphic Novel Contest – deadline extended to 9/5/17!

Attention all artists, health promoters, and those interested in making a difference in their community! In collaboration with The Sequential Artists Workshop, the University of Florida’s Health Science Center Libraries […]

Upcoming 2nd floor renovations

As part of our overall goal to make library spaces as usable as possible, the HSC Library is upgrading some of our second floor spaces this summer. This project includes […]

Wellness collection

As part of our efforts to support the health and wellness of Health Science Center students, staff, and faculty, the HSC Library has purchased a small collection of books related […]

Relax in our Energy Pods

Put you feet up and relax in one of our Energy Pods, on the 2nd floor of the HSC Library. Featuring specially composed sleep music and a gentle wake sequence of programmed lights […]

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