If you were frustrated by how long it took to vote in recent elections, you’re not alone. University of Florida political science professor Daniel Smith wants to help, and one of his most powerful tools is a humble Popsicle stick.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – An endangered green sea turtle rescued last month in the lower Florida Keys was recovering today after surgery performed Friday to remove potentially life-threatening tumors from its eyes.
The University of Florida is part of a consortium led by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) that has been awarded $7 million from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to increase global food security and support effective rural development. The focus of the project is to empower women to increase agricultural productivity, thereby contributing to higher household incomes and improved nutrition.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- The University of Florida Foundation has launched an initiative to raise $100 million for the Machen Florida Opportunity Scholars program, which has given more than 3,200 Florida students from low-income families the chance to go to college.
Explaining what an institutional repository is and how it benefits faculty and students has long been a difficult task, not only at the University of Florida, but also at universities across the country.
University Galleries and the University of Florida International Center are pleased to present the award-winning work of students, faculty, staff and alumni from the International Center’s 11th Annual Global Culture Photography Competition in a new exhibition currently on display in Grinter Gallery.
The fourth season of LiveVibe TV premieres 7:30 p.m. Nov. 20 with an episode titled “Opening Minds: People Who Make Video Games” at the UF Digital Worlds Institute’s REVE (Research, Education and Visualization Environment) in Norman Gym.
Kevin Sabet, director of the Drug Policy Institute, was quoted in an Oct. 28 New York Times story about how the second set of votes on legalizing marijuana for recreational use can determine if there will be a national wave of legalization.
Jack Payne, senior vice president for agriculture and natural resources, wrote a Nov. 8 Tampa Tribune column about president-elect Kent Fuchs’ commitment to UF’s land-grant mission and Florida agriculture and natural resources.
Finance professor Jay Ritter was quoted in a Nov. 13 Associated Press story about the controversy surrounding the Chinese firm Tianhe Chemicals Group Ltd. and the role Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC., an investment bank, played in bringing the company to global investors.