- From the Dean
Dean David E. Richardson introduces readers to the Spring 2018 issue of Ytori.
- CSI Troy — Before There Was Hippocrates, There Was Homer
A classicist chases down the origins of early anatomical description in Homer’s Iliad.
- From Kinshasa to Gainesville
How comics of the Congo came to the libraries of UF.
- Sticks and Stones
UF experts explain how research can address school and interpersonal violence.
- Disease by the Numbers
UF professor uses mathematical models to explain viral dynamics and drug resistance.
- American Tales
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.
- Lil’ Mosses
how to interview and archive oral histories but also how to do scholarly research.
- The Deepest Well in the Universe
UF astrophysicist studies the magnetic fields and cosmic streams pouring out of a black hole.
- We Are All Archie Carr’s Children
Learn how the Archie Carr Center for Sea Turtle Research at UF carries on Archie Carr’s work and legacy.
- Faculty Profile — Jack Davis, History
Get to know Pulitzer Prize Winner Jack Davis.
- Student Profile — Olivia Allen ’19
Get to know psychology major Olivia Allen.
- His Brief History in Time
UF Professor of Physics Bernard Whiting remembers his friend Stephen Hawking.
- Entrepreneurs and Innovators — Lea Blackwell ’96
Breast surgical oncologist Lea Blackwell has been treating both women and men with breast cancer since 2008. Wanting to find a way to make their recovery more comfortable, she developed the Blackwell Bra.