This month brings UF-UF Health Wellness’ Spring Walking Challenge and Florida Bike Month, which will include several campuswide events.
RecycleMania is a national competition that puts colleges and universities across the country head-to-head to see who can recycle the most.
This year, UF will celebrate Earth Week from April 9–14 and host several sustainability-themed events.
Both programs allow participants to engage with Florida’s environment in dynamic and mindful ways and explore the cultural and ethical dimensions of environmental change.
UF Health Nephrology will be in the atrium on March 8, providing free blood pressure screenings to faculty, staff and patients. The focus of this year’s event is the importance of women’s health and recognizing that 195 million women are affected by chronic kidney disease worldwide.
This spring, the UF Field & Fork Campus Food Program, in partnership with UFHR WorkLife, will present a series of monthly courses designed to demonstrate that cooking vegetables, especially when in season, can be easy, fun and delicious.
The Center for Arts in Medicine will host UF alumna Kitty Oliver—a veteran South Florida journalist, author, oral historian and professor—on Feb. 16 and 17.
In a new collaboration with the Innovation Hub, the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center in the Warrington College of Business will direct the Collaboratory for Women Innovators.
Spend Valentine's evening at the museum playing trivia and participating in scavenger hunts throughout the exhibits. Come with a partner, friends or by yourself to experience this singles-friendly event.
Stomp the Swamp for Autism – a fitness event – supports the UF Center for Autism and Related Disabilities and its important work in our community.
The Florida Museum of Natural History has opened its newest featured exhibit, “The Scoop on Poop: The Science of What Animals Leave Behind.”
Join this event to learn what researchers, regulators and the industries are doing to prevent losing tree species across North America.
UF will host a campus-wide celebration, including educational programs and service initiatives, honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. nearly 50 years after his tragic assassination.
Described by director Mikell Pinkney as a “classic of Black/African-American dramatic literature and recognized nationally and internationally,” The Colored Museum will be performed in the Constans Theatre Jan. 26–28 and Feb. 2–4. Written by George C. Wolfe, this satiric parody
The Florida Museum of Natural History is holding an orientation for adults interested in learning more about volunteering. The presentation is on Jan. 17, 3–5 p.m., and will help participants identify the best match for their interests and abilities.
More than 70 people attended a recent town hall organized to give students an opportunity to share their concerns and solutions to improve the campus climate with President Kent Fuchs and other administrators, including Vice President for Human Resources Jodi Gentry.
The newly renovated Plaza of the Americas was dedicated in a ceremony held on the grounds last month.
Bring your lunch to the UFHR Building (903 West University Ave.) the first Wednesday of each month from noon to 1 p.m. for presentations on a range of wellness topics provided by UF and UF Health experts.
UF Health Integrative Medicine has announced its calendar of events for winter and spring 2018, which includes yoga, mindfulness-based stress reduction and more.
Registration is now open for the Watch Your Step! 5K race on Feb. 10 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at the Florida Museum.
This all-new concert experience is a fun-filled family holiday event featuring the cast of Cirque Musica together with favorite holiday songs performed live by the Cirque Musica Holiday Orchestra.
Join the School of Music for a unique concert experience on Feb. 17 that celebrates 90 years of the School of Music at the University of Florida College of the Arts.
New Harn exhibit will be on display through Dec. 31
This year’s event, to be held Sept. 25, will feature sessions on topics including mindfulness and political discourse, cultural digital paranoia and mania, mindfulness and social media, multicultural mindfulness and compassion, socially-engaged mindfulness, yoga, and more.
In 2017, the Florida Museum marks its 100th anniversary as the state’s official natural history museum. Join us for a celebration of our newest exhibit and explore the key role museum collections play in telling the story of life on Earth.
Free group classes are open to all faculty, staff and graduate assistants at a variety of locations throughout campus.
On Wednesday, Aug. 2, UF Mindfulness Project Leader Sabine Grunwald, Ph.D., spoke about how to use mindfulness to enhance work performance by cultivating emotional balance as part of UFHR’s Wellness Wednesday series. Join us for next month’s Wellness Wednesday, Strategies for Managing Stress with Heidi Radunovich, on September 6 from noon – 1pm.