Category: Events

The Gator Nation is unstoppable when we join together

Mark your calendars for Thursday, Feb. 15, and join your fellow Gators as we Stand Up & Holler on Giving Day.


Home in the city: The art and science of urban living

Stop by the Pugh Hall Ocora on Thurs, Feb. 8 at 5:30 p.m. for a thought-provoking conversation about the intricacies of urban design and its civic challenges.


Mark your calendar for spring sale on Feb. 13

Roses, succulents and more, don’t miss the UF Environmental Horticulture Club spring plant sale, next Tuesday, Feb. 13, at Fifield Hall.


Prioritize self-love this Valentine’s season

Practice self-care and cultivate self-compassion this Valentine’s Day. Register for GatorCare’s Self-Love Series and explore ways to prioritize your well-being through an interactive email-based program. Register: Self Love Series (qualtrics.com)


Explore ways to resolve workplace conflict

Join UF EAP Counselor Devin Shorey on Feb. 15 at noon to learn how to create a healthier work environment.


Learn tips to make tax filing made easy in upcoming webinar

Join UF/IFAS Family Consumer Sciences Agent Halie Corbit for a webinar on Feb. 7 at noon to discover available resources.


Explore ways to elevate your career at UF

Join UFHR Training & Organizational Development on Feb. 6 at 11 a.m. for a virtual panel presentation.


Save the date for our Perk Up Your Summer event

It is not too early to start making plans for the summer. Join us Wednesday, Feb. 21, for Perk Up Your Summer — a GatorPerks and summer camps expo. Faculty, staff, postdocs and graduate assistants are invited to meet representatives from area youth summer camps and to learn more about UF’s year-round GatorPerks program.

Stop by the Reitz Union tabling area from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. — no registration necessary. Stay tuned for more details or email questions to worklife@hr.ufl.edu.


Improve your work-life balance with Calm

Register for a Calm webinar on Feb. 6 to learn how the app can help you find balance between your personal and professional life. 


Planet Money’s Jess Jiang to discuss how AI is transforming business

Jess Jiang, an Emmy-winning journalist and editor of NPR’s economics podcast Planet Money, will visit the University of Florida campus as the university’s inaugural Business Journalist in Residence Feb. 5–8.

Her visit will include a public panel discussion on Feb. 6 at 4 p.m. in the Pugh Hall Ocora. The event is free and open to the public and will be followed by a reception.


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