2020 graduate Claudia Banks never passed on an opportunity to broaden her research horizons during her time at UF. Read more "Geology Student Broadens Horizons Aboard Research Vessel"
Now in its second decade, the Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere is bringing disciplines together to tackle grand-challenge questions. Read more "Reimagining the Humanities"
A summer internship sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences experiential learning program provided two students with new perspectives and job offers. Read more "Taking Stock of the Future at a Beyond120 Internship"
The annual Evening of Excellence shines a spotlight on those who make the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences an essential part of UF. Read more "Evening of Excellence 2019 Honorees"
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. Read more "Biology Senior Selected for Prestigious Marshall Scholarship"
The University of Florida’s creative writing program nurtures and pushes its graduate students. Read more "The Writing Life"
The UF chapter of Phi Alpha Delta (PAD) Pre-Law Fraternity recently won multiple awards at the PAD Pre-Law Conference, Mock Trial Competition, and Law School Expo. Read more "UF Pre-Law Fraternity Wins Big at National Conference"
The 2019 UF iGEM Team recently won a silver medal at the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Competition, held in Boston from Oct. 31 to Nov. 4. Read more "UF Student Research Team Wins Silver Medal at International Competition"
Surrounded by salty water, sea snakes sometimes live a thirsty existence. Previously, scientists thought that they were able to drink seawater, but recent research has shown that they need to access freshwater. A new study published in PLOS ONE on ...
Keiwan Ratliff ’18 started his college career in the summer of 1999 but left without a degree when he became a second-round draft pick in the NFL. He readily admits that his focus at the time was more on athletics ...
A classicist chases down the origins of early anatomical description in Homer’s Iliad. Read more "CSI Troy — Before There Was Hippocrates, There Was Homer"
Get to know the history of the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program and the generations of students its helped teach the value of archiving oral histories. Read more "American Tales"
how to interview and archive oral histories but also how to do scholarly research. Read more "Lil’ Mosses"