Broward Teaching Center offers walk in and private tutoring for a variety of courses free of charge. You can also evaluate your personal study strategies with a Learning Specialist whom you can discuss techniques to make your study time more efficient and effective. Check out teachingcenter.ufl.edu for more information on services or visit teachingcenter.ufl.edu/study_skills.html to [...]
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The Master of International Business (MIB) Combined Workshop is October 28 at 10 a.m. in Hough Hall 338. 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. Combined option students begin MIB courses before completing their bachelor’s degree, [...]
The United Way of North Central Florida is recruiting students to become tax preparer volunteers for the 2015 tax season.
Get real life experience with tax assessments and tax law
Get IRS-tax certified for free
Network with other great organizations
Build your resume with quality volunteer experience and certification, and receive a letter of recommendation and reference upon successful [...]
The Marston Science Library and Florida Museum of Natural History have resurrected the “Elegance of Science Contest” art competition, which emphasizes and facilitates the link between artistic and scientific perceptions of reality.
The contest is open to University of Florida students, staff or faculty who have created two-dimensional images as part of their research, or that [...]
A number of elective and introductory courses in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences can help students explore interests, meet requirements for their individual degrees, and decide on a potential major or minor. Courses include ENY 1001 Bugs and People, FRC 1010 Growing Fruit for Fun and Profit, and PEN 1136 Openwater Scuba Diving. [...]
The UF McNair Scholars Program invites interested students to attend their Open House on Monday, October 27 from 5:30-7 p.m. in Pugh Hall Ocora.
The open house will provide interested students with an opportunity to meet the staff and current scholars and learn more about the program. The McNair Scholars will have posters on display to [...]
IRHA is once again holding its annual Art Gallery event and we need new artwork to make it the best gallery yet. They are accepting applications of all mediums: drawings, paintings, photography, sculpture, short films, etc! It’s a great opportunity to have your work recognized by the UF community and you don’t need to be [...]
The First-Generation Summit is an all-day retreat for 2nd and 3rd year students focused on the power of claiming your story and better understanding the significance your identity as a first-generation student has on your college experience. The First-Generation Summit, taking place on November 8, 2014 will feature guest speakers, group and individual reflection and [...]
Are you actively committed to civic engagement and public service? Do you aspire to attend graduate studies in Public Policy, International Affairs, and/or Public Administration?Then, you are invited to the Public Policy and International Affairs information session on October 6, 5:30 p.m. at Pugh Hal, the Graham Center’s Oneill Reading Room. “The Public Policy and [...]
Interested in conservation and natural resources? Come to the exciting series of events in October:
October 13, noon: Eat n Greet, NZH Breezeway – Network with natural resource students and faculty over lunch.
October 14, 2 p.m.: Grad 101, McCarty A 3177 – Learn the steps to getting into and being successful in a natural resource graduate [...]