- From the Dean
Dean David E. Richardson introduces the first issue of Ytori.
- Above and Below
Geologist Stephanie James applies a novel technique to understand permafrost thaw.
- Settling a 13th-century Theological Debate?
Nina Caputo, an associate professor in history, collaborated with illustrator Liz Clarke to create the first medieval graphic history.
- Pop Quiz
It’s pop quiz time!
Awards and honors from the alumni, students and professors at the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
- Does Rosetta Stone Work?
UF’s Gillian Lord conducts the first study comparing learning Spanish in the classroom and from the popular language program.
- Global Issues — Ten Things to Know about Zika
UF’s Emerging Pathogens Institute (EPI) is on the front lines of defense against Zika, which has traveled through Central America into the United States, with the first Florida cases in July 2016.
- Extracurricular — Taylor Rouviere
Actor and student Taylor Rouviere hits the books on the film set.
- The Big Chirp
The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, or LIGO, has detected two “chirps” of gravitational waves — a cute phrase for an epic cosmic event, the merger and collapse of two black holes.
- UF’s History with LIGO
Get to know the LIGO Laboratory at UF.
- Old Family Recipe — Really, Really Old
UF anthropologists collaborate to recreate an ancient Peruvian beer.
- Personal Essay — The Japan That Can Say Yes
A UF professor discusses what she learned on a study tour to the Land of the Rising Sun.
- Alumni Profile — Martin Maldonado
Alumni Martin Maldonado empowers the poor with technology.