Category: Secondary

Congrats to our June UF at Play photo contest winners!

We are halfway through the UF at Play summer photo contest and have received nearly 300 incredible photos!

When animals are injured during storms, VETS is there to help

UF established the Veterinary Emergency Treatment Service, or VETS, after a series of severe storms swept through Florida consecutively in 2004 and 2005.

Research study leverages big data to help predict inpatient mortality

UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville investigators are taking a novel approach that utilizes machine learning to help doctors predict which patients admitted to the hospital are at the greatest risk of death.

How can faculty and staff help prepare students for today’s workplace?

The Career Connections Center invites UF faculty and staff to its 2022 career symposium, taking place on July 7.

Complete the National Faculty and Staff Health Assessment survey by June 21

Over the past two weeks, UF faculty, staff and graduate assistants have received emails inviting them to complete the National Faculty and Staff Health Assessment.

Jasmine McNealy appointed technology advisor for FTC’s Office of Policy Planning

Jasmine McNealy, Ph.D., associate director of the College of Journalism and Communications’ Marion B. Brechner First Amendment Project, has been tapped to join the FTC’s Office of Policy Planning as a technology advisor.

Upcoming webinar will offer advice on rising above burnout

The National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity, or NCFDD, will host a guest webinar on “Rising Above Burnout.”

Biologists team up with park rangers in a remote butterfly paradise

Florida Museum’s Keith Willmott, Ph.D., curator and director of the McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity, recently teamed up with park rangers in Ecuador to measure butterfly abundance in the Amazon rainforest. 

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.

Coming full circle: Debra Anderson’s journey at the University of Florida

Debra Anderson’s journey at the University of Florida spans 26 years and is influenced by the dedicated staff she met along the way and her drive to create a support unit for UF’s international students.  

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