Governor’s “safer at home” order consistent with current UF practices Yesterday, Governor DeSantis issued a “safer at home” executive order that addresses essential services and activities for the state of Florida, which will go into effect April 3. Because of actions UF has already taken, the Governor’s order is not expected to require any changes in […]
SELF-CARE tips to support a sense of normalcy and calm UF’s Center for OCD, Anxiety and Related Disorders at the University of Florida shares eight “SELF-CARE” tips on how to take care of yourself and your loved ones during the pandemic, with links to resources to help you survive and thrive. For additional resources, please visit the […]
University of Florida President Kent Fuchs Update on COVID-19 A message to the UF community from President Kent Fuchs regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Posted by University of Florida on Monday, March 30, 2020 Last night, UF President Kent Fuchs shared a message to the UF community regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Watch the video above or […]
Making adjustments to meet your changing needs Over the past few weeks, UF has adjusted its existing policies to help faculty and staff continue to work while being mindful of everyone’s health and safety. As a community, we have worked together to rise to the challenge during this time of uncertainty. Most notably, we have taken the following […]
Faculty spotlight: Monika Oli from the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences How do you teach a microbiology lab online? For senior lecturer Monika Oli and her colleagues in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences microbiology and cell science department, it took some quick thinking, some creativity, and a trip to Best Buy to […]
Faculty and staff have worked at record speed in recent weeks to adapt to changes brought on by the rapid spread of the coronavirus in the United States and throughout the world. This week, university leaders were asked to begin allowing employees to work from home and are encouraged to be innovative and adaptable to accommodate this wherever possible.
University of Florida students, faculty, staff and other Alachua County registered voters will be able to participate in early voting for the 2020 presidential preference primary and 2020 City of Gainesville regular election at the J. Wayne Reitz Union.
The University of Florida is joining with Alachua County and the City of Gainesville to increase awareness of the importance of the Census and to improve the accuracy of the numbers of students that should be counted as living in Alachua County.