Category: Faculty News
Gaining new insights while climbing Mount Kilimanjaro
Sherrilene Classen, Ph.D., professor and chair of the Department of Occupational Therapy, summited Mount Kilimanjaro on Feb 11.
UF Distinguished Professorship Lecture, Feb.27
Microbiology and Cell Science Professor Wayne Nicholson, Ph.D., will present a seminar titled Considerations for Interplanetary Transport of Microbial Life on Feb. 27 at 4 p.m.
19 UF faculty honored as AAAS Lifetime Fellows
The American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of the Science family of journals, has elected 19 UF faculty to its newest class.
Interface Teaching Conference registration is now open
The Interface Teaching Conference provides faculty, staff, teaching assistants, graduate assistants and postdocs with strategies to help foster student success in the classroom.
Making earth science accessible
With a National Science Foundation grant, UF Geologist Anita Marshall, Ph.D., launched GeoSPACE, an accessible field camp
Global Learning Institute applications due Nov. 5
The Global Learning Institute is a cohort-based semester-long program aimed at providing UF faculty with relevant tools and techniques to make their on-campus courses more global.
Interested in attending the Global Conference on Sustainability?
UF is an official Host Institution of the 2022 Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education.
Internationally acclaimed scientist named to lead ISRI
UF/IFAS has appointed internationally acclaimed entomologist and ecologist Matthew Thomas, Ph.D., as director of the new Invasion Science Research Institute.
UF Scripps scientists to receive $15 million to help fight current and future pandemics
Multiple scientists from UF Scripps Biomedical Research will join a massive federal effort to develop antiviral drugs to treat coronavirus and other viral threats.
UF researchers evaluate how to improve dignity for seriously ill patients
UF researchers are serving as co-PIs on a three-year, $1 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to analyze the effectiveness of one of the few therapeutic interventions available today: Dignity Therapy.
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