Category: UF News

UF partners with NSA to enhance STEM education

UF has entered an Education Partnership Agreement with the NSA to enhance STEM education through the sharing of educational materials and equipment.


UF Health to launch CDC-backed Hypertension Pharmacists’ Program in Jacksonville

The CDC has selected UF Health to lead a program that could reduce the health disparity gap in some Jacksonville communities.


UF graduates first cohort of teacher apprentices in Florida

After graduation, those who participate in the program will transition into full-time, professionally certified teachers.


UF Health celebrates new FRC campus with groundbreaking ceremony

The celebration marked the development of an expanded, upgraded facility that can care for more patients struggling with addiction.


Mosquito-borne disease risk is on the move in the Americas

A new study led by University of Florida researchers reveals a disturbing trend that could worsen an already precarious situation.


UF Research Foundation names 2024 professors

The University of Florida Research Foundation, or UFRF, has named 34 of the university’s most productive and promising faculty members as UFRF Professors for 2024.

The UFRF Professors were recommended by their college deans based on nominations from their department chairs, a personal statement and an evaluation of their recent research accomplishments as evidenced by publications in scholarly journals, external funding, honors and awards, development of intellectual property and other measures appropriate to their field of expertise.


NASA selects UF mission to better track the Earth’s water and ice

A team of UF aerospace engineers will pursue a groundbreaking $12 million mission aimed at improving the way we track changes in Earth’s structures.


UF celebrates Richardson’s 10 years leading CLAS, looks ahead to Interim Dean Watt

David Richardson, Ph.D., is stepping down after a decade at the helm of UF’s largest college, effective June 30.


Forbes names UF “New Ivy”

The University of Florida has been recognized by Forbes as one of 10 public “New Ivies” for producing exceptional and highly employable graduates.


UF Health now offers drug that might slow Alzheimer’s disease

Lecanemab is thought to successfully target and eliminate clusters of sticky proteins that contribute to diminishing cognitive function wrought by the disease.


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