In the era of patient-centered care, it is important to demonstrate that we are “Taking Informed Consent Seriously.” Live from the Magic City, join distinguished health care professionals in discussing the past, present, and future significance of perfecting the consent process for the research and clinical settings. Come master the drafting, soliciting, and recording of [...]
DNA Day is commemorates the discovery of DNA’s structure, and the completion of the Human Genome Project.
Students, staff members and faculty will have the opportunity to win a 23andMe kit. All they have to do is tweet @UFGenetics using #UFDNADay telling them why they want to win the kit.
They’ll spool DNA from fruit, color science [...]
The 21st Annual Integrated Product and Process Design (IPPD) Final Design Review is on April 12. IPPD is an innovative educational initiative at the College of Engineering where students spend two semesters designing, building and testing authentic products for industrial sponsor companies.
As the final event for the 2015-2016 year, they will feature presentations from 19 [...]
The History Graduate Society at UF will host “Migrations in World History: Peoples, Ideas, and Commodities” on Saturday 16 April, 2016 from 9:30 to 3:15 p.m.
From the Crusades to the Syrian refugee crises, this conference hopes to foster global perspectives by examining movements, transmissions, and connections across geographic and temporal boundaries.
Their keynote will be Dr. [...]
Please join them Friday, April 15 for a Faculty Discussion.
Join conversation leaders, Dr. Christine Davis and Dr. Alice Harmon as they share the results of a pilot program for undergraduate Biology teaching assistants. This is a face to face discussion which will be held in the new FDTE space in Yon Hall: http://test.campusmap.ufl.edu/#/index/0158/17
Friday, April 15 [...]
David Shinn, a former United States ambassador to Ethiopia and Burkina Faso, will speak on Wednesday, April 13, at 6 p.m. in the Pugh Hall Ocora.Shinn will focus on the growing relationship between China and Africa and its implications in an increasingly global society. Shinn currently teaches international affairs at George Washington University, in Washington, [...]
Hurry into the Florida Museum of Natural History to see “First Colony: Our Spanish Origins” before it sets sail! Museum members and UF students with a valid Gator 1 card receive free admission. For more information, visit http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/firstcolony .
LC-MS Hands-On Quantitative Proteomics Workshop is April 28 – 29 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Cancer & Genetics Research Center Room 184.
The UF Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research Proteomics & Mass Spectrometry core is hosting a two-day introductory workshop on liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC/MS/MS), the integration of various techniques with LC/MS/MS [...]
The Hidden Curriculum of Justice: How the American Criminal Justice System Educates, and Miseducates, Citizens
Dr. Benjamin Justice, an associate professor and historian of education at Rutgers University, will present his talk The Hidden Curriculum of Justice: How the American Criminal Justice System Educates, and Miseducates Citizens on Thursday, March 31, at 6 p.m. in Norman Hall’s auditorium.
For an increasing number of Americans, the criminal justice system plays a powerful [...]
Join discussion leader Carole Beale from the College of Education and the Online Learning Institute for a conversation on mindfulness vs. multitasking. Carol will share some of the research and strategies that faculty, TAs and students can use to deepen their focus. Cal Newport’s new book on “Deep Work” will help to inspire this discussion.