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Geography Professor Analyzes Impact of San Francisco Bay Area Coastal Flooding on Commutes

Geography professor Katy Serafin projects how coastal flooding will impact commutes in the San Francisco Bay Area over the next 20 years.

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Golden Years

Carolyn Tucker's initiative empowers elders to improve their mental, physical and spiritual health.

Ytori Fall 2019 Featured Story

Reimagining the Humanities

Now in its second decade, the Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere is bringing disciplines together to tackle grand-challenge questions.

Amy J. Galloway

Amy J. Galloway (’81, JD ’85) Began a Lifetime of Learning at UF

A successful alumna made sure her college education was more than just a steppingstone toward law school.


Petty Disputes, Serious Study

Professor of Linguistics Diana Boxer put Thanksgiving quarrels to good use in a new study focused on bickering.

2020 College Teaching/Advising Award Winners Revealed

The college-wide awards honor those who make a difference in students' lives.

Zika Epidemic Likely Suppressed Dengue in Latin America

Researchers from the Department of Biology describe how dengue was likely suppressed to abnormally low levels in Latin America in the years following the Zika epidemic.

Biology Senior Selected for Prestigious Marshall Scholarship

Biology senior Aaron Sandoval has been selected for the prestigious Marshall Scholarship, an award given to outstanding American students to pursue graduate studies in the United Kingdom.

The Writing Life

The University of Florida’s creative writing program nurtures and pushes its graduate students.

Taking Ebola’s Measure

New research by the Department of Mathematics Distinguished Visiting Professor Burton Singer quantifies how civil disruption and violence has unraveled Ebola control measures in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

A Rearranging Earth Was Bad News for Dinosaurs

Scientists have unraveled the mystery of what happened to dinosaurs in North China.

The Asian citrus psyllid insect transmits the bacterium which causes citrus greening, a disease that has devastated Florida’s citrus industry.

Where the Oranges Aren’t so Orange

A new study by UF medical geographer Sadie Ryan maps risk areas for citrus greening and provides critical information for citrus production and crop management moving forward.

Panorama of volcanic mountain full of colorful minerals in Iceland

Looking Deep Inside the Ancient Earth

With a mathematical time machine, UF Geologist Alessandro Forte and his collaborators reconstructed what the Earth's interior looked like 55 million years ago.