USAW certified staff will lead a two-hour Olympic Weightlifting Fitness workshop where they will help students develop the skills necessary to effectively perform the snatch, clean and jerk. The beginner course focuses on mastering technique and will provide students with take home drills to practice on your own. Taking this course makes students eligible for the [...]
Join us for our monthly ¿Qué Pasa? series on Tuesday, February 3rd 12-1 p.m. at La Casita!
We will have an open dialogue focusing on the objectifying stereotypes in the Latina community
Co-sponsored by ASPIRE and La Casita, the ¿Qué Pasa? series is an interactive discussion on a variety of topics and issues that impact the Hispanic/Latina/o [...]
Would you like to help an international student practice English? Volunteer as a Conversation Partner through the English Language Institute at UF. No foreign language experience is needed.
The program is designed to help students practice English in a friendly setting as well as meet Americans and make friends. Volunteers should plan on spending about an [...]
The UF National Pan-Hellenic Council is bringing the first ever Black Greek Homecoming Step Show to the city of Gainesville. Each of their six organizations have been working tirelessly to produce a show of epic proportions, but there can only be one champion. Come watch them grace the stage portraying their favorite 90s television shows [...]
The Pledge 5 Gators’ April Service Social is on April 20 at the Kanapaha Botanical Gardens.
They will be meeting at the Pledge 5 Foundation, located at 18b SW 2nd Ave., at 9 a.m. and carpooling to Kanapaha Botanical Gardens. They will be doing work outside, so please dress comfortably and appropriately.
Kanapaha Botanical [...]
The Mapping of Alternative Sovereignties: Jamaica is April 5 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in FAB 105. Professor Deborah Thomas: Ethnographer, theorist, and filmmaker, University of Pennsylvania professor Deborah A. Thomas is a distinguished scholar in Caribbean Studies. She addresses the politics of culture and performing arts, embodied citizenship, contestations over sovereignty, Rastafarian claims to [...]
Advertising, video editing, and public relations summer internships are now available in the Division of Student Affairs.
Interns will assist with communications and special campaigns. Work will be used in print, online and in multimedia.
Unpaid internships or internships for class credit are available.
They are searching for interns for summer and for next academic [...]
Know, Grow, & LOVE your strengths during StrengthsWeek, February 11-14, 2013. More information about the events can be found online at www.strengths.ufl.edu.
UF promotes opportunities for student engagement, leadership, and discovery resulting in citizens who excel in a global and complex society. We believe that by helping students discover their individual strengths, we can work together [...]
Join the European Union (EU) Club for events this week to mark the strong relationship between the US and Germany. Contact email@example.com for details. All events are free and open to the public.
Tuesday, there’s a talk,”Turkish German Cinema” and on Wednesday, another talk, “Globalization in German Studies.” On Thursday, a delicious German Food Festival ends [...]
The Hispanic Latino Student Assembly (HLSA) is an evening designed to help new and returning students get connected to the Hispanic Latino community at UF. There will be opportunities to learn about student organizations and campus resources, and gain exposure to the richness of the Latino community and culture through tabling, performances, speakers, and much [...]