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What's new on campus

Published: August 24 2015

Six new and notable things to know this fall

Hands-on humanities

Published: August 12 2015

Summer program explores humanities beyond the classroom

Back from the brink

Published: August 11 2015

How UF is saving a species from extinction

Swampdance SWAMP DANCE FEST! 2015

Published: July 31 2015

Culminating performances end on a high note

President Kent Fuchs visits with high school students at UF’s inaugural STEAM Quest Where art and science meet

Published: July 15 2015

President Kent Fuchs visits with high school students at UF’s inaugural STEAM Quest

UF earns national recognition

Published: July 8 2015

for system that tracks research funding

UF Engineering National Championships Concrete and steel royalty

Published: June 29 2015

UF engineering students capture two national championships

UF College of Education researcher goes global to help children, families

Published: June 15 2015

UF College of Education researcher Brian Reichow is making a global impact on the lives of children with developmental disabilities

Volleygirls Sing, dance, set … spike!

Published: June 8 2015

UF School of Theatre + Dance presents Volleygirls

Back to back

Published: June 4 2015

The Gators are national champions, once again.

Bug Week 2015

Published: May 15 2015

UF entomologists say, “It’s all about the bugs!”

Benito Olson spotlight Helping vets get a fresh start

Published: May 8 2015

Innovative program provides entrepreneurial guidance for disabled veterans.

UF Nepalese students organize fundraising effort for quake victims In search of hope

Published: May 4 2015

UF Nepalese students organize fundraising effort for quake victims.

UF fraternity interim suspended during investigation of misconduct charge UF ZBT Chapter to Close

Published: April 24 2015

The closure is effective immediately

Swamp send-off

Published: April 17 2015

Spring commencement will be held in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium for the first time in more than 40 years

Gatorbytes

Published: April 15 2015

UF launches a series of ebooks telling the university’s most compelling research stories

Innovation Square Welding Sculpture Creative Spark

Published: April 15 2015

Art students bring imagination to UF’s Innovation Square

Abraham Lincoln The lens of war

Published: April 9 2015

On the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War, a UF professor finds plenty left to uncover.

Brain wave drone Lofty thoughts

Published: April 7 2015

UF engineering students create a drone controlled by brain waves

Head on

Published: April 6 2015

UF launches major concussion study with NCAA and U.S. Department of Defense

UF’s Anne Donnelly receives presidential award for mentorship A national example

Published: March 30 2015

UF's Anne Donnelly receives presidential award for mentorship

Double trouble

Published: March 26 2015

UF researchers discover Asian, Formosan termite species swarming simultaneously in South Florida

Curry Shifting gears

Published: March 23 2015

A mechanic becomes a particle physicist

community farms UF Community Farm

Published: March 16 2015

A new field of learning for students

Ghanaian fashion exhibit at Harn Musuem Kabas and Couture

Published: February 25 2015

Contemporary Ghanaian Fashion exhibit at Harn Museum through Aug. 23

2014-15 Fulbright U.S. Scholars

Published: February 19 2015

UF once again is a top producer among the nation’s research universities Pictured: UF/IFAS entomology professor and Fulbright Scholar Phil Lounibos

DCP Indonesia Global outreach

Published: February 3 2015

UF's College of Design, Construction & Planning extends the Gator Nation's reach to Indonesia. READ THE STORY. WATCH THE VIDEO.

Judaica Spotlight Saving an important story

Published: January 9 2015

NEH grant will make UF's Judaica Library more accessible. LEARN MORE

Celebrating Black History Month

Published: February 17 2015

New play documents real-life stories of UF’s pioneering African-American students

Propa Gator Row, row, robo-boat

Published: January 2 2015

PropaGator, a student-built autonomous boat, can navigate without human guidance. WATCH THE VIDEO

The Dream Team. Student volunteers give hospitalized children joy and comfort.

Published: December 23 2014

Student volunteers give hospitalized children joy and comfort. LEARN MORE

Cruz 500000th Degree A half-million and counting

Published: December 20 2014

UF confers its 500,000th degree during fall commencement. LEARN MORE

Worlds Collide - Cedar Key Worlds collide - in a good way

Published: December 10 2014

Art and biology students join forces at Seahorse Key Marine Lab to put their observation skills to the test. LEARN MORE

john-yeager-beach A landmark at risk

Published: December 3 2014

UF geologists say sea level rise now threatens Kennedy Space Center. LEARN MORE

Twenty years of Agbedidi

Published: November 17 2014

This student group celebrates the rhythms of West African dance and drums. LEARN MORE

In a perfect world

Published: November 17 2014

UF students get real-life experience at Disney’s Epcot greenhouses. LEARN MORE

New UF President Kent Fuchs Cornell University provost Kent Fuchs named UF's next president

Published: November 17 2014

LEARN MORE

For the Gator Good The Polcaro family's story

Published: November 17 2014

3.5 million people live in the path of deadly storms. Frank Polcaro and his family have rebuilt stronger to stand up to hurricanes. READ MORE.

A tale of two winners

Published: October 22 2014

UF physics professors take top international honors. LEARN MORE.

A better way to vote

Published: October 22 2014

New software helps people with disabilities make their voices heard at the polls. LEARN MORE

Admissions Spotlight Want to be a Gator?

Published: October 22 2014

Nov. 1 application deadline is almost here. LEARN MORE.

Fab Lab gives UF a true cutting edge

Published: October 2 2014

The A² Digital Fabrication Lab, commonly called the Fab Lab, makes real the seemingly impossible. WATCH THE VIDEO. READ THE STORY.

Trash to ash to roads, UF finds ways to recycle

Published: October 1 2014

Researchers explore the use of ash left from a waste-to-energy facility to build roads near Tampa. WATCH THE VIDEO.

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