UF is committed to becoming a carbon neutral campus by 2025.
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.
Donor: Jane Sun
Warrington College of Business
Class of 1992
While Jane Sun earned an accounting degree at UF, it was her close relationship with mentor Nancy Baldwin, Nancyâs husband, law professor Fletcher Baldwin, and law professor Joe Little that inspired her to give $3 million to create scholarships in the Levin College of Law and Warrington College of Business to recruit students from China and provide opportunities there for UF students. Co-president and COO of Ctrip.com Inc., Sun and her husband, John Wu, believe young people in both countries can learn from each other and strengthen international business ties.
Student: Geoffrey Zann
College of Veterinary Medicine
After serving on active duty with the U.S. Navy on the Somali Coast and in Afghanistan, Geoffrey Zann is now leading research to help solve the most common orthopedic problem seen in veterinary practices around the world. His breakthrough on the motion of the kneecap after surgery in dogs earned him the highly competitive national 2015 Merial Veterinary Research Scholar Award. More importantly, it has the potential to impact the entire veterinary surgical community, and just might make life better for your canine friend.
Faculty: Robert J. Rhee
UF Levin College of Lawâ¨
John H. and Mary Lou Dasburg Professor of Law
As a former investment banker and corporate advisor, Robert Rhee brings his real-world experiences to academia, offering an insiderâs perspective on the world of corporate finance. He is a leading scholar in business law, with a focus on presenting solutions to longstanding problems regulating credit rating agencies and making the world of business a more efficient and fair place. Rhee's latest article is entitled âWhy Credit Rating Agencies Exist.â
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.