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David Leavitt Discusses Crossword Puzzles and Grief on PBS NewsHour

David Leavitt, Professor of English and Co-Director of the University of Florida’s Creative Writing program, was featured recently on PBS NewsHour where he discussed the personal meaning behind the New York Times crossword.

Patricia Hilliard-Nunn

UF Community to Celebrate the Life and Work of Dr. Patricia Hilliard-Nunn

On December 9 at 5:30 p.m., the UF community will gather virtually to remember the remarkable contributions that Dr. Patricia Hilliard-Nunn made to her community and to society.

What Happens When the Sea Turtles Come Back?

New research takes a look at the impact green sea turtles are having on their environment.

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Leveling the Field

GeoSPACE aims to remove barriers to the geosciences for students with disabilities.

What Greenland’s Streams Tell Us About Climate Change

A team of UF researchers received $2.2 million from the National Science Foundation to study streams formed by melting glaciers.

Chemistry Professor Coray Colina Receives Prestigious Fulbright Award

The award will allow Colina to research and lecture at UNAM in Mexico City for the 2020–21 academic year.

Dr. David Canton

Dr. David A. Canton Named Director of African American Studies at UF

Dr. Canton, who comes to UF from Connecticut College, will also serve as an Associate Professor of History.

Amy Williams

Professor Amy Williams Discusses Next Mars Rover Mission in NASA Video

Professor Amy Williams from the Department of Geological Sciences was interviewed by NASA Astrobiology for its “Countdown to Mars” video series.

The Archivo General de Indias (left) in Seville, Spain. (Adobe Stock)

What Your Work Was Really About

The Lyle N. McAlister Archival Research Fellowship Fund will support students' travel to Latin America or Europe for their dissertation work.

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Can Sunlight Solve the Global Energy Crisis?

New research from professor Wei David Wei makes the case that using sunlight to promote chemical reactions could be a unique way to address the global energy crisis.

Geology Student Broadens Horizons Aboard Research Vessel

2020 graduate Claudia Banks never passed on an opportunity to broaden her research horizons during her time at UF.

HTV-9 launch

Aboard the International Space Station, Super-Resolution Camera to Capture Images of Earth

A UF Astronomy team's camera can capture a snapshot of the entire Earth in half an hour.

How Genetics Guide the Evolution of Language

UF Linguist Kevin Tang's research adds a new dimension to our understanding of language change.