Category: Events

Learn about UF’s Climate Action Plan

The Office of Sustainability will host a virtual Lunch & Learn to share its ongoing UF Climate Action Plan, or CAP, 2.0 process.


EPI Research Day registration and abstract submission deadline is Feb. 9

The Emerging Pathogens Institute invites those interested to EPI’s Research Day on Thursday, Feb. 10.


Sign up for the Florida Museum’s Fantastic Fossils 5K

Celebrate the Florida Museum’s first live 5K in three years!


Black Voices in Research storytelling finale

The UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s Diversity and Cultural Competence Council will host its final Black Voices in Research Storytelling event on Friday, Jan. 14.


Don’t miss the UF Brass Band’s Holiday Concert

Join the UF Brass Band for its first holiday concert in the community on Saturday, Dec. 11, at 7 p.m.


You’re invited to the Student Health Care Center’s beam signing ceremony

UF faculty, staff and students are invited to celebrate construction of the new Student Health Care Center by signing a structural beam.


Welcome the holiday season with the Lighting of the Holiday Gator

Students, faculty, staff, families and friends are invited to the “Lighting of the Holiday Gator” on Wednesday, Dec. 1, at 5 p.m. on the lawn of the University Auditorium near the corner of Newell Drive and Union Road. 

The event is open to the public and will feature performances by the Gator Marching Band, the UF Sunshine Steelers and the UF Concert Choir — as well as hot chocolate, apple cider and other holiday treats.


Don’t miss out on upcoming faculty and staff appreciation days

This week, the UF Bookstore, Florida Museum and the Harn Museum of Art will hold faculty and staff appreciation days.


UF poinsettia sale runs Dec. 9–11

The UF Environmental Horticulture Club’s Annual Poinsettia Sale will take place Dec. 9 through 11.


Do you have questions about the COVID vaccine for children?

UF Health is hosting a webinar on Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. to answer questions about the COVID-19 vaccine for children.


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