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: Anita Zucker
College of Education
Class of 1972
UF alumna, trustee, entrepreneur and philanthropist Anita Zucker has served the university in many roles. With the naming of the Anita Zucker Center for Excellence In Early Childhood Studies at the College of Education in 2015, UF recognized her generosity and passion for helping our youngest learners succeed. A 2010 recipient of UFâs Distinguished Alumni Award, her investment in UF also supports a professorship that bears her name.
Director: Scott Alan Teitelbaum
College of Medicine
Director of the UF Health Florida Recovery Center
Dr. Teitelbaumâs success in addiction treatment has set a standard of quality care at the UF Health Florida Recovery Center and the Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program. In 2016, he was awarded the Pottash Professorship, which supports a professor in the department of psychiatry who is a nationally recognized leader in addiction medicine with a strong clinical focus who shares and pursues research related to addiction treatment and intervention.
Student: Samantha Smith
College of Nursing
Samantha Smith doesnât get much sleep. She is currently enrolled in the BSN-Ph.D. program, while simultaneously working on her clinical masterâs degree towards becoming an Adult Nurse Practitioner. Smith also works as lead Graduate Research Assistant for two different studies in the College of Nursing, assists with health assessment training at the Harrell Center and recently became president for the CON Graduate Student Council.
We are not content to rest. We aspire to solve grand challenges, and in doing so, to propel UF to the very top tier of public universities.
Our Go Greater campaign is an investment not only in the future of our state, nation and world,
but also in YOU.