Category: Past Events

UF 2019 Contract Supplier Showcase

UF faculty and staff are invited to meet UF’s contract vendors and enjoy free refreshments.

Insurance Series: Annuities

Discussion of the basics, features and options of immediate and deferred annuities.

Speculative Archaeology: The Politics of Disaster Debris

In the 1970s, Bill Rathje boldly suggested that an archaeological approach to contemporary life can reveal things about ourselves that we didn’t know. Modern landfills were his field sites. This talk thinks through Rathje’s garbology and the exceptionalism of disaster sites.

Museum Nights: Creative Vibe

Explore the creative work of UF studio faculty and find math in art with an exciting line-up of artist and faculty talks, Art Blast tours, dance, and rock music.

Eye Opener Discovery Breakfast: Jim O’Connell

“UF Innovate: World-Changing Technology Deals, Startup Companies, Business Incubators and Economic Impact”

TrialNet Type 1 Diabetes Risk Screening

The TrialNet team from UF will be screening eligible relatives of people with type 1 diabetes through the Pathway to Prevention Study.

Fitness Fest

Join the UF Diabetes Institute for a wellness walk, yoga, group fitness classes, face painting and more!

World Diabetes Day

Join the UF Diabetes Institute in recognizing World Diabetes Day on Thursday, November 14, on the University of Florida campus. All World Diabetes Day events are free to attend and are open to the public.

UF Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere announces “Rethinking the Public Sphere” speaker series

Speakers from various humanities disciplines shed light on institutions that define public life.

“National Geographic Live: Photography Without Borders”

The Florida Museum of Natural History and the University of Florida Performing Arts present “National Geographic Live: Photography Without Borders” on Sunday, April 26, at the Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts beginning at 2 p.m. “National Geographic Live” is an exploration through film, photography and discussion with acclaimed National Geographic photographers. After […]

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