Category: Learn and Grow

Learn how to craft compelling pitches with The Conversation

UF faculty and Ph.D. students are invited to join a workshop on Feb. 10 led by Martin LaMonica, The Conversation’s director of Editorial Projects and Newsletters.

Keeping inclusivity at the heart of the hiring process

We sat down with Amber Bush to learn more about her experience with the Inclusive Hiring Badge Program and how she is incorporating inclusive hiring practices in her work.

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.

Explore Spring 2023 training opportunities

UF Training & Organizational Development recently released its Spring 2023 schedule of courses. In addition to exploring courses thematically via the UFHR Learn & Grow website, you can also visit the digital training calendar to view at-a-glance upcoming trainings scheduled throughout the month.

GBAS Institute returns after two-year hiatus

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Gator Business Administrator Services community of practice held their semi-annual institute on Nov. 18 with the theme “The Future of Work.”

EEP deadlines approaching for spring semester

The spring 2023 Employee Education Program, or EEP, deadline has been moved to 5 p.m. on Dec. 16.

Tips to keep your holiday budget in line

The holidays are upon us — and between events, travel and gifts, everyone’s wallet is likely to take a hit.

Don’t miss CITT’s open house

The Center for Instructional Technology and Training (CITT) is hosting an open house tomorrow, Oct. 18.

Anti-Asian bystander training can help address interpersonal violence

The Asian Faculty and Staff Association is hosting an anti-Asian bystander training led by GatorWell Assistant Director Megan Johnson.

SCA for AI faculty applications due Sept. 23

UF’s Artificial Intelligence Academic Initiative is sponsoring a cohort of AI scholars to attend the UF Strategic Communications Academy.

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