Category: Events

How can faculty and staff help prepare students for today’s workplace?

The Career Connections Center invites UF faculty and staff to its 2022 career symposium, taking place on July 7.


Celebrate July Fourth with fireworks, food and loved ones

July Fourth is just around the corner, with celebrations throughout the long weekend. Here are a few upcoming events you and your loved ones can enjoy in Gainesville and the surrounding area. 


Interested in participating in a virtual primary election candidate forum?

The League of Women Voters of Alachua County and the Bob Graham Center for Public Service will host a virtual primary election candidate forum on Sunday, June 26, at 1:30 p.m.


City of Gainesville to host Freedom Fest

On Saturday, June 18, the City of Gainesville will host its first Freedom Fest in celebration of the time period of Emancipation Day to Juneteenth.


NSF Director to visit UF this week

UF is honored to welcome National Science Foundation (NSF) Director Sethuraman Panchanathan, Ph.D., to Gainesville.


AAU hosts Zelenskyy for discussion on rebuilding Ukrainian higher ed

The Association of American Universities (AAU) recently hosted Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in a question-and-answer session.


Tour the Asian art collection at the Harn

The UF Asian Faculty and Staff Association invites you on a tour of the Harn Museum of Art’s Asian art collection on May 13, led by Cofrin Curator of Asian Art Tongyun Yin, Ph.D. 


Find annuals, perennials, natives and more at the Master Gardener Plant Sale

If you’re looking to enhance your garden over the summer, don’t miss the Master Gardener Plant Sale on May 14.


UF-sponsored supply drives offer opportunities to help Ukrainians

UF departments and student organizations have come together to host two supply drives to benefit Ukrainians.


Get your research to the public and create an impact

UF faculty and scholars are invited to participate in a workshop with The Conversation editors.


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