This summer, any Alachua County child who is 18 years or younger can receive a free breakfast and lunch at one of 81 locations through the Alachua County Public Schools Food and Nutrition Department’s free summer meals program.
From a Pulitzer Prize and Guggenheim Fellowships on the international stage to UF’s Superior Accomplishment Awards, Champions for Change and faculty awards, there is much to celebrate this spring.
As news of violence both regionally and nationally compels us all to be more vigilant and concerned for one another’s safety, we wanted to take a moment to remind you of the many ways UF units are working together to keep our campus safe.
UF at Work invites you to share your best summer photos May 3 through Aug. 10 for a chance to receive a great UF giveaway.
Those interested in becoming a trained shelter manager to assist at UF shelters during major threats may attend one of two shelter management classes.
UF at Work wants to remind you about important university policies regarding lobbying and posting printed materials on campus.
Active searches for four cabinet-level positions are underway this spring, with the goal of filling all positions before the start of the fall semester, if not earlier.
The Career Resource Center, the University of Florida’s centralized career center, has changed its name to the Career Connections Center.
The marching band has practiced all over campus for the past 105 years. Now, the band will have a permanent state-of-the-art practice facility to call home.
UF’s Office of Title IX Compliance has launched a new website to provide resources, information and reporting procedures.
Corrine Huggins-Manley, assistant professor in the College of Education, shares her thoughts and approaches on classroom assessment in the most recent episode of Beyond the Podium.
One of the American theatre’s iconic stars—actress, singer and dancer Chita Rivera—will add a UF honorary degree to her record of achievements.
Buy one admission to the “Butterfly Rainforest” exhibit at full-price and get a second ticket for half-price on May 13 from 1 to 4:30 p.m.
Visit upress.ufl.edu and order by June 17 to receive 20 to 40 percent off your order and discount shipping.
Explosive growth and surge of new talent for a university on the rise Five years ago, on April 22, 2013, the University of Florida was designated “preeminent” by the Florida State Legislature and Gov. Rick Scott under SB 1076. At
Release 5 focused on enhanced processes and services within the new myUFL Student Information System (SIS) on Registration (Department and Student), Enrollment Verification (Fall Term), SEVIS Report and Faculty Class Rolls.
The week of events will kick off with keynote speaker Paul Hawken, an environmentalist and executive director of Project Drawdown, an organization focused on reversing global warming.
Be sure to visit the UFHR Summer Camp Directory on the WorkLife at UF website. The directory continues to grow with new camps added weekly.
The free course is a two-hour class geared toward adult and teenage women. The class starts with a short introduction video, then progresses into a one-and-a-half-hour physical self-defense familiarization presentation.
The Hub, a business incubator located on the corner of 2nd Avenue and 7th Terrace, held an open house in late March for its new wing, which includes eight large workrooms and eight wet labs for biomedical companies.
UF is conducting searches for a Vice President for Strategic Communications and Marketing, a Vice President for Government and Community Relations, a Vice President and General Counsel, and a Chief Diversity Officer and Senior Advisor to the President.
This new online resource provides faculty and staff with information about summer camps at UF and beyond.
Due to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed by Congress in December 2017, employee parking costs in 2018 are no longer a deductible expense, meaning they are subject to Social Security (or FICA Alternative for participating employees), Medicare and Federal withholding taxes.
Through Saturday, March 10, Publix customers who participate in the company’s Spring Food for Sharing campaign will benefit UF’s Alan and Cathy Hitchcock Field and Fork Pantry.
Faculty and staff who need business-related transportation to meetings, work assignments and other destinations can schedule rides to and from these locations with the free Campus Cab taxi service from Transportation and Parking Services.