All Administrative Posts
Oct 31, 2013 Administrative
If you are traveling to Jacksonville this weekend for the Florida - Georgia football game, the University of Florida wants you to be smart and stay safe.
With the tremendous number of visitors, cell phone service may not be consistent, causing your phone to run out of power more quickly than usual. To conserve your battery, limit phone calls; instead of calling, make plans to meet friends at a set time and location if you become separated from them. Also, keep in your wallet or… Read More »
Oct 7, 2013 Administrative
Th e University of Florida freshman went missing on September 20, 2012. Agencies and
many volunteers joined in the search. Despite their incredible work, the family would never
see their son alive again. His body was found October 12, 2012 in Otter Creek, FL.
The Aguilars continue to honor Christian with their non-pro t organization,
Christian Aguilar Search and Rescue Foundation.
Knowing how much Christian loved being a Florida Gator, Gainesville and UF continue to
be a special place for… Read More »
Sep 26, 2013 Administrative
CWC and GatorWell Launch the UFlourish Social Marketing Campaign Fall 2013 Designs
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – On August 26, 2013, the University of Florida’s Counseling and Wellness Center in collaboration with GatorWell Health Promotion Services, will launch the Fall 2013 designs for the UFlourish Social Marketing Campaign. This comprehensive social marketing campaign is funded by a three-year, $296,000 federal grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
“In a… Read More »
Apr 8, 2013 Administrative, Opportunities
People no longer have to go through a binder full of paperwork to find their missing books. It’s now just a click away.
Local bookstore owners are now using new and improved database technology in order to make the process of finding missing books less time consuming and confusing.
We have catalogers that create records for each book or reuse existing records and then localize them with specific additional information,” said Patrick Reakes, the chair of Humanities and Social Sciences… Read More »