The Engineering Homecoming Float is a great way for many different engineering disciplines to come together and work towards a common goal while putting both their knowledge and creativity to the test. As Homecoming Float Director, you will be creating the idea/theme for this year’s float, be in charge of the BEC Homecoming Float committee, [...]
Academic & Research
The Clinical Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory is seeking motivated undergraduate students who are interested in serving as research assistants. Their lab focuses on understanding the impact of psychopathology and neurological conditions on cognitive constructs such as attention and memory. To this end, they design and employ cognitive and affective computerized tasks while examining activity of the [...]
Are you 18 to 70 years old, a non-smoker for at least 1 year, and not pregnant? You may be eligible to participate in a study taking an FDA-approved medication. The study involves 13 visits and will last about 85 days. Compensation up to $1,000 for your time is available. Contact the Asthma Research Lab [...]
Still time to sign up for Summer B class M, T, W, R, F 3rd period: “Europe from a Social Science Perspective,” EUS 2003.
For more information, contact Dr. Magda Giurcanu at email@example.com.
Don’t let the construction fool you– The Teaching Center is open all summer to help you with your courses. Stop by for walk-in tutoring, make a private one-on-one tutoring appointment, and check out their resources page for a variety of supplemental course materials. Visit their Website www.teachingcenter.ufl.edu for the exact listings of the subjects they [...]
This fall 2013 course is a survey of Turkish encounters with Europe, i.e. diplomatic, economic, political, and social networks that linked the Turkish world to Europe from the 19th century to the present. The course is a general introductory survey with no prerequisites, and will provide all required readings and materials in English on the [...]
This summer, LGBT Affairs will develop a performance project that will challenge mainstream understanding of gender and sexuality. The project will explore the various obstacles faced by those within the LGBTQ community and bring these issues to the forefront of our consciousness.
They are looking for individuals from various artistic backgrounds to participate in this artistic [...]
Want to shake up your study habits? Meet with a Learning Specialist with whom you can explore new avenues and methods to make your study time more effective. Visit www.teachingcenter.ufl.edu/study_skills.html to set up an individual appointment and to watch videos on a variety of topics–from time management to test taking and much more. You can [...]
Are you interested in learning skills to improve your health and fitness? Sign up to take part in a research study that aims to prevent college weight gain. Participants must be full-time male or female undergraduate students (freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors enrolled in fall 2013 and spring 2014 semesters) at the University of Florida [...]
The People’s Scientific Conference to Promote Health and Eliminate Health Disparities (The People’s Scientific Conference) is a first-of-its-kind conference in which racial/ethnic minority and underserved community members and diverse researchers and health care providers come together to learn from and teach each other information that will foster research- and evidence-based interventions to promote health and [...]