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Neurodiversity in the workplace

Register for Neurodiversity in the Workplace, on June 2 at 9 a.m., to learn how neurological differences can strengthen your workplace.

All non-essential operations at UF’s Gainesville campus to close at 3 p.m. this Friday

In anticipation of an influx of approximately 35,000 people attending this year’s University-Wide Commencement on the evening of Friday, May 5, all non-essential University of Florida operations in Alachua County will close at 3 p.m.

On a quest to improve national literacy

The Lastinger Center for Learning at UF has been addressing the literacy crisis since 2018, and the new Literacy Micro-Credentials program is taking their work one step further.

Revolutionary research for a growing world

The UF/IFAS York Distinguished Lecture Series will feature USDA Under Secretary for Research, Education and Economics and Chief Scientist Chavonda Jacobs-Young, Ph.D.

Recordings from our Financial Literacy series now available

Recordings of the webinars, along with additional resources, are now available to view on-demand on the Worklife at UF website.

Faculty and staff resources for students in distress

As we near the end of the semester, faculty and staff who encounter students in distress are encouraged to explore the CWC website for resources they can share.

Campus guidelines for using ChatGPT

The UF community should be aware that sharing data with ChatGPT or a similar service is equivalent to disclosing the data to the public.

Building a community of practice with the ALAP program

Find out how the ALAP program helped Thiyagarajah become a more effective leader at the University of Florida.

Building ethics in AI at UF panel

What does a commitment to ethical AI mean for UF researchers and teachers?

Aging well in autism spectrum disorder study

The UF Neurocognitive and Behavioral Development Lab is seeking control participants between the ages of 30–75 to participate in a study focusing on aging in autistic adults.

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