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  • Laurels

    November 10, 2017

    Laurels Tiffany Paul, undergraduate student in the Department of Physics, was named a 2016 Goldwater Scholar to support her research in condensed matter physics and quantum transitions. Thomas Bianchi, UF professor of geological sciences, was named a fellow of the American Geochemical ...
  • Donor Profile — Linde and Alan Katritzky

    November 10, 2017

    Donor Profile — Linde and Alan KatritzkyKenan Professor of Chemistry Alan Katritzky began his tenure at UF in 1980 and continued working in the Department of Chemistry until his death in 2014. A professor who supervised more than 300 graduates, he also worked with more than ...
  • Kudos

    November 10, 2017

    Kudos Alfred Cave M’59, PhD’61 was named a UF Distinguished Alumnus for his contributions to the history of the Pequot tribe of Connecticut. African Languages celebrates 50 years of teaching at UF. Psychology professor Dorothy Espelage received a $1 million, three-year grant for ...
  • Kiss-met — The Paynes

    November 10, 2017

    Kiss-met — The PaynesFrom Freshman Friendship to Triple Treasures Monet Payne ’03, Communication Sciences and Disorders David Payne ’03, Sociology “We met at the University of Florida during the Summer B semester in 1999 in the AIM program for minority students. Unfortunately, we lost touch after ...
  • Gator Good — Buffy Cushman-Patz

    November 10, 2017

    Gator Good — Buffy Cushman-PatzIf You Build It They Will Come Alumna establishes a public charter school for sustainability in Hawaii. By Terri Peterson Buffy Cushman-Patz ’98 had a powerful learning experience that set her on her current career path in her sophomore year at UF. During ...
  • The X-Labs

    November 10, 2017

    The X-LabsA new science paradigm for an interdisciplinary world By Gigi Marino While the name X-Labs might evoke Mystique or Magneto, the X in question actually stands for cross-disciplinary. The framework behind the project is to provide undergraduates in the sciences — those ...
  • Libris | November 2017

    November 7, 2017

    Libris | November 2017Read a rich-media version of this story The Gulf: The Making of an American Sea Jack E. Davis Jack E. Davis, professor of history and sustainability studies, has won the Kirkus Prize for nonfiction for his environmental history book, The Gulf: The Making ...
  • Libris | August 2017

    August 23, 2017

    Libris | August 2017Read a rich-media version of this story. Perpetua’s Journey Jennifer Rea Jennifer Rea, associate professor of classics, is the second Liberal Arts and Sciences faculty member to collaborate with illustrator Liz Clarke for a graphic history book. Examining issues of power, gender, and ...
  • Libris | June 2017

    June 5, 2017

    Libris | June 2017Read a rich-media version of this story. Tacitus Victoria Emma Pagan Victoria Pagán’s latest book, titled Tacitus, describes the works of the historian of the same name, which means “silenced.” The greatest of Roman historians, Publius Cornelius Tacitus (56–117 CE) studied rhetoric in Rome. ...
  • The Sound of Silence

    June 5, 2017

    The Sound of SilenceVictoria Emma Pagán of UF Classics publishes new book about Roman historian Tacitus. Read more "The Sound of Silence"