Author: HR Communications

Are you ready for cold and flu season?

Learn how to prevent colds and flu, identify the symptoms, and discover what treatments really help.


Eye Opener Discovery Breakfast: Jim O’Connell

“UF Innovate: World-Changing Technology Deals, Startup Companies, Business Incubators and Economic Impact”


TrialNet Type 1 Diabetes Risk Screening

The TrialNet team from UF will be screening eligible relatives of people with type 1 diabetes through the Pathway to Prevention Study.


Fitness Fest

Join the UF Diabetes Institute for a wellness walk, yoga, group fitness classes, face painting and more!


World Diabetes Day

Join the UF Diabetes Institute in recognizing World Diabetes Day on Thursday, November 14, on the University of Florida campus. All World Diabetes Day events are free to attend and are open to the public.


Interested in the Employee Education Program? Be sure to verify upcoming application and approval deadlines

stock image of hands near a laptop keyboard

UF faculty and staff who wish to take college courses through the Employee Education Program (EEP) during the spring semester must adhere to application, approval and registration deadlines on the UF EEP website.


Opportunities to learn more about the State of Florida’s new shared savings program

close up of dollar bill with blue background

Did you know you can shop for healthcare services and earn rewards? The State of Florida offers a Shared Savings Program to reward you for making informed and cost-effective decisions about your healthcare.


UF Latinx Staff & Faculty Association provides community, space

In the spring of 2017, a few Latinx colleagues at UF had the idea to formally revive what is now an official space to retain, recruit and advocate for Latinx staff and faculty at the University of Florida.


Maintain, Don’t Gain, this Holiday Season

Instead of focusing on losing weight, join a free seven-week program designed to help you maintain your weight throughout the holiday season.


UF Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere announces “Rethinking the Public Sphere” speaker series

Speakers from various humanities disciplines shed light on institutions that define public life.


« Previous PageNext Page »