- From the Dean
Dean David E. Richardson introduces readers to the Fall 2017 issue of Ytori.
- The Legend in the Loam
Two UF alumni archaeologists unearth the home and legend of a freed African Muslim slave who became a financier in Georgetown at the turn of the 19th century.
- Ask the Expert — Rachel Dorman
Rachel Dorman ’10, MS’12 on deferred giving.
- Ask the Archivist — What is the History of the F Book?
University Archivist Peggy McBride explains the origins of a UF tradition.
- The Forest for the Trees
Twenty-seven professors in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences serve as affiliate faculty of UF’s Tropical Conservation and Development (TCD) program. Learn more about this essential initiative.
- Global Issues — The Square Root of Poverty
UF researcher Calistus Ngonghala uses math to understand the spread — and prevention — of disease in sub-Saharan Africa.
- Extracurricular — Russell Anderson
Russell Anderson M’17 has set a record for graduate certificates earned by one student, including four in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences that he added to his master’s in sustainable development and practice.
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