Number of academic departments at UF that offer at least one sustainability-focused or related course.
Whatever you’ve got your sights set on, that’s merely the beginning. As a Gator you’ll learn to see beyond the horizon. We measure success not in individual achievement, but where you go from there. Because when reaching your goals is just the starting point, there’s no end to what Gators can accomplish.
Graduate-student: Susan Webster
Hough Graduate School of Business
From cheering for UF at sporting events as a child to being elected student body president, Susan Webster has always been for the Gator Good. A fourth generation Gator, Webster served as an undergraduate in the Student Senate to deliver new resources to the student body. Now, as a student in the Hough Graduate School of Business, she is tackling her executive agenda. Webster strives to empower incoming students and return the favor of great mentorship she received at UF.
Faculty: Jane Aldrich
College of Pharmacy
Professor of Medicinal Chemistry
Jane Aldrich is among the countryâs leading experts on peptide design and synthesis. Her impact on the field includes 100 journal articles, service on multiple editorial review boards, tenure as president of the American Peptide Society and as chair and councilor of the Medicinal Chemistry Division of the American Chemical Society. Aldrich's current research is focused on novel peptide analogs as potential treatments for drug abuse, pain and cancer.
Faculty: Pam Soltis
Liberal Arts and Sciences
Curator at the Florida Museum of Natural History, Pam Soltis focuses her research interests on plant biodiversity, with an emphasis on the use of phylogenies for understanding broad questions of plant evolution. She is a member of the Graduate Council, the Genetics Institute Executive Committee and the Harn Faculty Council. Soltis and her husband Doug, also a Distinguished Professor, are the principal investigators at the Soltis Lab.
The challenges facing our world are bigger than one person. One
organization. One university. The Gator Good is our
campaign to combine those efforts and solve those global problems.
Because together, our impact is greater.