Category: News

Use your phishing knowledge to win a gift card

Participate in UFIT’s annual summer contest to qualify for weekly gift card drawings.

Technology Fee funding applications due Jan. 28

The deadline to submit a concept paper for Technology Fee funding is Jan. 28.

UFIT Technology Fee grant applications due Jan. 28

UFIT Technology Fee grants are awarded to projects that utilize technology to enhance UF’s academic environment. All UF employees are encouraged to apply. The concept paper submission deadline for 2022 is Jan. 28.

UF’s GatorMail encryption helps secure messages

Faculty and staff are encouraged to use GatorMail encryption to secure messages and attachments that contain confidential information or restricted data. Encryption converts the contents from readable text into scrambled text, meaning only authorized recipients can open and read the email. For more information, including instructions on how to encrypt an email, visit the GatorMail […]

Hurricane resources for faculty and staff


Hurricane season is upon us, and as we welcome new faculty and staff to UF — and perhaps Florida — we wanted to remind you of helpful resources available to support you in case of a tropical storm. We encourage everyone to become familiarized with the university’s emergency plans and take the necessary precautions in advance of the forecast.   UF Alert UF’s […]

Complete the Maintaining a Safe & Respectful Campus training course

UF’s Office for Accessibility and Gender Equity (OAGE) has released a new version of Maintaining a Safe & Respectful Campus, course number GET803. Employees will receive a notification from myTraining to complete the new course within 60 days. The course focuses on strategies employees can use when individuals disclose gender-based discrimination or violence. To learn […]

Register for a retirement workshop

Fidelity Investments and the Florida Retirement System are holding virtual workshops to help you better understand and prepare for retirement. These workshops include access to a retirement expert who can answer you questions. Learn more and register for one of the below workshops: Get Started and Save for the Future You August 25 | noon […]

Vaccines and masks provide the best protection against COVID-19

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With the start of the fall semester, we want to ensure that faculty and staff have the tools needed to maintain a safe classroom environment. UF Health Screen, Test & Protect Director Michael Lauzardo, M.D., M.Sc., reiterated during last week’s faculty town hall that masks and vaccines provide the best protection against COVID-19, including the delta variant. The Aug. 18 Campus Brief also stressed that all people inside of UF facilities are expected to wear masks in community spaces in buildings, including common areas in our office suites, when we are not in our individual offices or workspaces, even if you are vaccinated.

Answers to your most pressing COVID-related questions

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Last Thursday, more than 500 faculty and staff joined UF Health Screen, Test & Protect Director Michael Lauzardo, M.D., M.Sc., for a town hall designed to answer questions about COVID-19 vaccinations, the delta variant and more. If you were unable to attend, you can find answers to many of the questions posed during the town […]

New faculty invited to explore online resources and in-person events

Last year, UF’s New Faculty Orientation went virtual for the first time, and faculty new to the university this fall will continue to be able to access the resources available online. In partnership with the Office of the Provost and the Center for Teaching Excellence, UFHR developed a New Faculty Orientation Canvas site where new […]

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