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The Florida Times Union: New university presidents talk talent creation in Northeast Florida

Published: May 20 2015

UF President Kent Fuchs’ participation in Jacksonville’s Talent Creators Forum was covered in a May 19 story.

The Washington Post: Hillary Clinton wants to allow felons to vote

Published: May 20 2015

Michael McDonald, UF associate professor of political science, discusses his United States Elections Project in a May 19 story.

The Washington Post: We’ve been imagining mountains all wrong, say scientists

Published: May 20 2015

Robert Guralnick, curator at the Florida Museum of Natural History, was quoted in a May 18 story on research done by scientists finding a different shape of mountains than the typical pyramid shape.

Miami Herald: Black police officers underrepresented on Florida streets

Published: May 20 2015

Frederick A. Shenkman, a UF emeritus professor of sociology, was quoted in a May 17 story on the history of segregation in Florida police departments.

The Washington Post: 'Lame,' 'stand up' and other words we use to insult the disabled without even knowing it

Published: May 20 2015

Jessi Elana Aaron, UF professor of Spanish and Portuguese, wrote a May 13 story discussing offensive terms connected to disability.

Huffington Post: Greening-resistant GMO oranges come one step closer to market

Published: May 19 2015

Research by UF economists on the cost of citrus greening on the American citrus industry between 2006 and 2014 was mentioned in a May 14 story.

International Business Times: Flesh-eating bacteria found in U.S. oceans

Published: May 19 2015

Paul Gulig, professor and associate dean with the UF Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology, was quoted in a May 14 story on the unlikelihood of being affected by a bacteria found in the ocean.

My San Antonio: Rare conjoined twins successfully separated

Published: May 19 2015

Dr. Josef Cortez and Dr. Ma Ingyinn, neonatologists with the UF College of Medicine in Jacksonville, as well as Dr. Solange N. Benjamin-Thorpe, medical director of the PICU at UF Health, were mentioned in a May 14 story for their role in the separation of conjoined twins.

Yahoo: Why hot stocks may not be so hot after all

Published: May 19 2015

A study of stock performance done by Jay Ritter, UF professor of finance, was mentioned in a May 15 story.

Miami Herald: Marco Rubio’s foreign policy a centerpiece of his campaign

Published: May 14 2015

Richard S. Conley, a professor of political science at UF, is quoted in a May 11 story on Marco Rubio’s foreign policy knowledge.

ABC: Lightning: it can burn, concuss and kill

Published: May 14 2015

A May 7 story quoted Dr. David Mozingo, surgeon and director of the UF Health Burn Center, on lightning strike injuries.

Fox 35 Orlando: Conjoined twins successfully separated at Jacksonville hospital

Published: May 14 2015

Dr. Solange N. Benjamin-Thorpe, medical director of the PICU at UF Health, is mentioned in a May 12 story for leading a team in the recovery of conjoined twins that underwent a successful separation surgery.

The Washington Post: Scientists are spying on pythons in the Everglades, and plotting new ways to kill them

Published: May 14 2015

A May 4 story discussed a study that Frank Mazzotti, a UF professor of wildlife ecology and conservation, assisted with that researched pythons in the Everglades.

Fox 35 Orlando: New research suggest women are much better at negotiating

Published: May 14 2015

A May 1 story discusses research done at UF showing that women are better at negotiating than previously believed. Jane Y. Douglas, a UF professor in the Warrington College of Business Administration, was quoted in the story.

Time: 15 tips for high school graduates

Published: May 14 2015

Ted Spiker, chair of the Department of Journalism at UF, gives tips to high school graduates on how to be successful in college in an April 30 story.

The Washington Post: Why most American Jews vote for Democrats, explained

Published: May 14 2015

Kenneth D. Wald, UF professor of political science and Samuel R. “Bud” Shorstein Professor of American Jewish Culture & Society, answers questions about the political decisions of American Jews in a March 24 story.

Huffington Post: Five ways to sharpen your negotiation skills

Published: May 14 2015

An April 29 story discussed a UF study that found success in negotiating might have more to do with experience than gender.

Associated Press: Drones and dogs deployed in battle to save the guacamole

Published: May 14 2015

Jonathan H. Crane, UF professor and tropical fruit crop specialist, discusses threats faced by the Florida avocado in an April 28 story.

Fox 7 Austin: Experts say certain foods can tackle addiction

Published: May 14 2015

Dr. Kenneth Blum with the UF Department of Psychiatry discusses the cause of addiction and how certain foods can lower the risk of addiction in an April 26 story.

Miami Herald: Big Pine man is bit by a shark while photographing it, 58 stitches ensue

Published: May 14 2015

George Burgess, director of the Florida Program for Shark Research and International Shark Attack File at UF, discusses shark attacks in Florida in an April 25 story.

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