If the end of summer took you by surprise, don’t worry; we’ve got you covered with wellness resources and ideas to take you into the next season.
Thank you to everyone who submitted photos to UF at Work’s summer photo contest. Whether you traveled across the country or globe or took the time to explore here at home, it was a pleasure to see where the summer took you.
For John Foltz, an emeritus professor in the Department of Entomology and Nematology, a major part of retirement planning was learning about Medicare options and doing the right thing at the right time.
As Chief Linda Stump-Kurnick, associate vice president for public and environmental safety, reminded us in her message to campus at the start of the semester, we all share the responsibility for keeping campus safe.
Did you know that common household and yard items that hold water—tires, buckets, planters, trash containers and flowerpot saucers—are ideal breeding grounds for mosquitoes?
The University of Florida Transportation Institute (UFTI) is conducting a survey about the “Gainesville Autobus” (a self-driving RTS vehicle) that is scheduled to deploy in August.
UF faculty and staff have been showcasing their camera skills and brightening our summer with each photography contest submission we receive. You have until the end of this week to share any last photos with us; the contest closes Friday, Aug. 10.
UF-UF Health’sWell@Work quarter focuses on ergonomic principles and work-life balance. View the flier to find links to resources as well as details about a 14-day challenge to build resilience and manage stress, volunteer opportunities and more.
The University of Florida School of Music presents the Creative B Summer Band Concert as part of Creative B, funded by the Office of the Provost, August 8, 2018 at the University Auditorium. The Creative B Summer Band is comprised of UF students, faculty, as well as Gainesville community members. Visit the College of the Arts website […]