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  • Under the Skin

    UF English Professor Receives Guggenheim Fellowship

    “She had to save face.” “He got under my skin.” These expressions may seem common now, but before the 19th century, people had a very different view of how humans lived in their bodies. UF ...

  • The Iron Man of UF

    UF Professor of Chemistry Honored for Life’s Work

    If you thought electronics couldn’t get any smaller or more powerful, you might be surprised to learn that physics research at UF is contributing to yet more advancements in nanotechnology. UF chemistry professor ...

  • NEH Awards Professor Trysh Travis

    The National Endowment for the Humanities announced its annual research fellowships on Dec. 14, 2015, and Professor Trysh Travis of the Center for Women’s Studies and Gender Research was on the list. She has received an NEH ...

  • Power Trio of Professors

    NSF DMREF awards 1.2 million to three UF Physics and Chemistry professors

    Congratulations to Hai-Ping Cheng (Physics), George Christou (Chemistry) and Xiao-Guang Zhang (Physics), who have received a $1.2 million award from the NSF DMREF program. Inspired by the materials genome ...

  • Peeking into our galaxy’s stellar nursery

    Astronomers have long turned their telescopes, be they on satellites in space or observatories on Earth, to the wide swaths of interstellar medium to get a look at the formation and birth of stars. However, the images produced over the ...

  • Libris – October 2015

    book cover for French Cinema

    Traveling in French

    Sylvie Blum-Reid
    Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

    This book covers different travel modes and tropes at play in French cinema since 1980 to the present day. ...

  • Topping Out

    Hundreds turn out to leave their mark on new chemistry building

    Almost a year after the groundbreaking ceremony for the University of Florida’s new chemistry/chemical biology at the corner of University Avenue and Buckman Drive, hundreds gathered to leave their signature ...