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Cornell scholar to discuss most highly publicized 20th century court battles

By on January 11, 2017

On Friday, Feb. 3 the University of Florida Office of the President, the Bob Graham Center for Public Service, and the Levin College of Law will present two talks by Cornell University Dean and American Studies Professor Glenn Altschuler, who will draw on his discussion of trials in a just-published book, Ten Great American Trials: Lessons in Advocacy.

New exhibit ‘Frogs!’ leaps into Florida Museum Jan. 28

By on January 11, 2017

Experience some of the most visually stunning, vocally pleasing and remarkably adaptable life forms on earth. Search for hidden frogs, activate calls and perform a virtual dissection in this hands-on, minds-on adventure allowing visitors to discover the important role frogs play—including serving as indicators for the health of our environment.

Join 352Creates March 24-25 to create a healthy community

By on January 11, 2017

Now in its second year, 352Creates aims to demonstrate that creativity can be fun for everyone. “Pop-up” style art activities will help promote health and community engagement in unexpected ways and locations.

Book signing event with Steve Spurrier Dec. 16

By on December 7, 2016

A book signing with Coach Steve Spurrier will be held on Friday, Dec. 16, between 2 to 4 p.m. at the UF Bookstore, Reitz Union, on the lower level.  If customers can’t make the event, they can order online and a book

Upcoming Wellness Wednesdays

By on December 7, 2016

See how students turn waste into art during ‘Trashformations’ at the Florida Museum

By on November 2, 2016

Ever wonder how milk jugs morph into beautiful wading birds or how gears and gadgets become gigantic bugs? See how Alachua County middle school, high school and college students transform waste into works of art on Nov. 18 from 6 to 8 p.m.

Environmental Horticulture Department Club to host 20th annual poinsettia fundraiser Dec. 8 and 9

By on November 2, 2016

Over 40 varieties will be offered for sale including traditional reds and novelties such as Visions of Grandeur, Orange Spice, Winter Rose and Ice Punch.

Explore the stars and space at ‘Starry Night’ Nov. 4

By on October 6, 2016

Join the Museum for this FREE, fun-filled night of astronomical proportions!

Inaugural Women’s Business and Leadership Conference a great opportunity for local businesswomen

By on October 6, 2016

To sign up for the Small Business and Vendor Diversity Relations’ newsletter, click and type “subscribe” in the subject line. Women entrepreneurs in Gainesville and North Florida will have an opportunity to gain valuable lessons from several successful businesswomen and

What moves you? Visit the Sustainable Transportation Fair on Oct. 26

By on October 5, 2016

This year’s event will feature an electric vehicle exhibit, tabling expo, interactive activities and more.

UF Planning, Design & Construction hosts “cornhole” tournament and lunch for the UF Campaign for Charities Oct. 13

By on October 3, 2016

For the fifth consecutive year, UF Planning, Design & Construction (PD&C) will host a “cornhole” tournament to raise money for the UF Campaign for Charities (UFCC). The event will be held the afternoon of Thursday, Oct. 13, as part of Homecoming Week.

UF HealthStreet is happy to announce its inaugural Night of Dance at Bo Diddley Plaza

By on August 2, 2016

UF HealthStreet encourages you to get your dancing shoes ready for the inaugural Night of Dance on Saturday, Aug. 20, from 5 to 8 p.m. at Bo Diddley Plaza in downtown Gainesville.

Upcoming Graham Center events will explore sea level rise, struggle for marriage equality

By on August 2, 2016

UF faculty explore the sea level rise past, present and future and Washington Post journalist Debbie Cenziper shares her book on the legalization of same-sex marriage at the Graham Center this month.

Beat the summer doldrums with the arts in August

By on August 2, 2016

Events this month include: a performance by the Gator Summer Orchestra, a carillon recital, and Stage Kiss at the Hippodrome.

Tickets for UFPA’s 25th Anniversary Season on sale July 23

By on July 6, 2016

Brian Jose, director of University of Florida Performing Arts (UFPA), recently announced the 2016-17 season, featuring more than 40 events from September through April. Jose said the celebration of UFPA’s 25th anniversary season is a reflection of both UFPA’s storied past and its future.

Creative B Movie Series brings science and art to FLMNH

By on July 6, 2016

Friday nights, July 8-29, the Florida Museum of Natural History and Creative B will host free movie screenings and explore the balance between science and art with an expert panel. “Wicked Plants” and the “Butterfly Rainforest” will be open to the public for extended hours until 7 p.m.

Florida Sea Grant to host free, ocean-themed film festival

By on July 6, 2016

Florida Sea Grant and Beneath the Waves will host an entirely ocean-related film festival, titled "Living on the Edge: Striking a Balance Between the Economy and the Environment," July 16 from 6 to 9 p.m. in the J.W. Reitz Union Auditorium.

Summer Plunge offers opportunity to serve

By on July 6, 2016

The Brown Center for Leadership and Service is offering an opportunity to serve the Gainesville community through its annual Summer Plunge Day of Service. Summer Plunge is a day when volunteers provide services to a variety of organization sites throughout the Gainesville community.

Faculty and staff football tickets available now

By on June 1, 2016

Faculty and staff may enjoy the benefit of purchasing Gator football season tickets without a per-seat donation. Currently, the Gator ticket office has seats available in the faculty/staff section that can save employees $200 per seat!

This month at the FLMNH: Sea Turtle and Father’s Day festivities

By on June 1, 2016

Celebrate World Sea Turtle Day on June 4 and Father's Day weekend June 18-19 at the Florida Museum of Natural History.