Applications for the Student Government Executive Branch are now open! These include Agency Heads, Cabinet Chairpersons, Cabinet Directors, and Executive Secretaries. These positions cover a wide range of disciplines and interests, including health affairs, academic affairs, diversity affairs, leadership development, media, and so much more!Position descriptions can be found at: http://www.sg.ufl.edu/BranchesApplications can be found at: [...]
This Monday, March 20, 2017 from 6 to 7:30 pm. Black Affairs and The Black Student Affairs Task Force (BSATF) will host a town hall meeting addressing recommendations and giving updates on progress from the task force report. The meeting will be held at Emerson Hall in the President’s Room. Students will also have an [...]
Kenan Thompson and Michael Che, two stars of NBC’s Saturday Night Live, will be performing stand-up comedy and answering questions at the University of Florida on March 22 at 7 p.m. in the O’Connell Center at an event hosted by ACCENT Speakers Bureau.
Learn more at https://www.facebook.com/events/622277451277780/
The Josephine West Memorial Service Scholarship provides an annual grant of $1,000 to an outstanding undergraduate, female student at the University of Florida. It was established by the Office of Student Affairs in 1985 after her untimely passing, in memory of her fine contributions to the University.
Josephine West served on the staff of the University [...]
UF Innovation Academy is excited to host their second Spring 2017 Speaker Series with the Director of the Sid Martin Biotechnology Institute, Mark S. Long! This unique speaker series will offer an overview of a how a biotechnology incubator space works to support biological, health, and medical related innovations. It will also discuss how creative [...]
The Center for Undergraduate Board of Students (CURBS) presents an Interactive Research Poster Workshop. Members of CURBS will be at your disposal to help with designing, proofing, and finalizing research posters for the UF Undergraduate Research Symposium (or any other conference and symposium you may attend).
The event is Monday, March 20 from 4:30 to 5:30 [...]
Florida Women in Business is presenting the Investing for College Students workshop. Learn how to start investing now! They will have information about stocks, bonds, funds, derivatives, real estate, insurance, retirement and more. This workshop will be held in the Reitz Grand Ballroom from 7 to 9 p.m. on March 30. They will have a [...]
A representative from the Career Resource Center will be discussing how LGBTQ+ students can transfer their skills from LGBTQ+ involvement into professional work environments, and how they can communicate these skills in their resumes and cover letters. The presentation will also cover how trans individuals can navigate changing gender markers and names during their employment, [...]
Every spring, our community sees a large influx of migrant farm workers passing through with their families during blueberry season. The Rural Women’s Health Project and Migrant Education Project join forces with UFCOM to provide much needed health care to the migrant farmworkers. This population experiences many healthcare obstacles: from occupational hazards, poverty, substandard living [...]
Join the UF Diabetes Institute and Noah’s March Foundation on the UF campus on Sunday, March 26 to support type 1 diabetes research. Noah, a 10-year-old with type 1 diabetes, is marching 4,000 miles across the U.S. to raise funds and awareness for the disease. For more information, including registration and vendor and sponsor opportunities, [...]