The Applied Neuromechanics Lab is requesting male participants for a study examining cognitive function and lower extremity biomechanics following an ACL injury. Participants must be male, between the age of 18 to 85 and have only one ACL injury. Individuals will perform various cognitive tests and walk on a split belt treadmill during a two [...]
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In celebration of National Arts & Humanities Month, UF will hold Pop-Up Culture at the Plaza of the Americas on Wednesday, October 14, 2015 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. They need your help creating spontaneous acts of culture that will increase awareness, appreciation and excitement for the arts and humanities at UF!
Do you have [...]
Interested in co-sponsoring an event for Black History Month 2016? All student organizations are encouraged to apply to have their event represented on the calendar in February. Apps are available on Application Clearinghouse until October 14.
The Harn Museum of Art and the UF Disability Resource Center are teaming up to celebrate and reflect on the 25th Anniversary of the American with Disabilities Act through an art installation featuring works by students and community members. You need not be an experienced artist to submi. Works can address advocacy, barriers, exclusion, inclusion, [...]
Would you like to volunteer with international students? Be a Conversation Volunteer through the English Language Institute at UF. The program is designed to help students practice English in a friendly setting while meeting Americans and making friends. Volunteers spend an hour each week with their partner at a time and location of their mutual [...]
Do you know about UF’s best kept secret? The UF Teaching Center is a great resource to help you succeed during your time here at the University of Florida. Let them assist you with your course specific questions with thei free Walk-In and Private Tutoring. You also have a unique opportunity to meet with a [...]
Interested in business? Join Warrington College of Business at an M.S. in Management (MSM) information session on Wed., Sept. 23 at 6 p.m. in Hough Hall 120. The MSM program is designed for students from non-business majors. Students gain a solid business foundation and strengthen transferable skills to open up advancement opportunities within their undergraduate [...]
The Applied Neuromechanics Lab is requesting male participants for a study examining cognitive function and lower extremity biomechanics following an ACL injury. Participants must be a male between the age of 18 to 85 and have only one ACL injury. Individuals will perform various cognitive tests and walk on a split belt treadmill during a [...]
Join Warrington College of Business for their upcoming Master of International Business Program (MIB) information session on Wednesday, September 23 at 3 p.m. in Hough Hall 120.
The MIB program is a flexible one-year graduate business degree designed to equip students with global management business skills and set them apart from the competition. First hour of [...]
Michael Thurston, U.S. Department of State Diplomat-in-Residence, will hold office hours this fall in the UF International Center Small Conference Room. He will be available to talk with students about possible careers or internships with the Department of State.
Thurston most recently served in Afghanistan, where he was the Political Advisor and Senior Civilian Representative to [...]