Developing local and seasonal eating habits
Catherine Campbell, Ph.D., joined us to discuss the benefits of seasonal eating habits and how to support sustainable growing practices.
Understanding when depression becomes a crisis
John B. Williamson, Ph.D., associate professor of psychiatry and neuroscience at the University of Florida, was recently asked by The Conversation to explain when depression becomes a crisis and what inpatient treatment entails.
Participate in a food science focus group
Researchers in the UF Food Science and Human Nutrition Department are recruiting participants for a focus group to gain their perception of spice consumption and taste preferences.
Having trouble getting a good night’s sleep?
Consistent poor sleep quality can affect your long-term health, physical safety, mental health, work performance and overall happiness. To help you improve your sleep quality, and as part of Sleep Awareness Week, we’ve compiled a list of resources provided by UF and Calm to help you cozy up and fall asleep faster.
Upcoming financial literacy webinars cover a range of topics
Expand your financial literacy with three upcoming workshops.
Explore nutritional resources for UF faculty and staff
During National Nutrition Month, you are invited to learn how to make informed food choices and develop healthful eating and physical activity habits.
New awards to recognize mindfulness research and study
The UF Mindfulness team invites submissions for Best Paper Awards in Mindfulness in two categories: mindfulness research and conceptual and experiential mindfulness.
Couch to 5K program kicks off March 13
Whether you’ve never run a marathon before or you’re looking to start your jogging routine again, the Couch to 5K program will help you get up and running.
UsafeUS app offers help in dangerous situations
The University of Florida is partnering with Alachua County on a tool to reinforce a safe and secure campus environment.
Faculty and staff fitness classes continue throughout spring
All faculty and staff fitness classes will continue throughout the spring semester.
« Previous Page — Next Page »