Competitive benefits represent one aspect of UF’s “total rewards” approach to faculty and staff compensation
As we pursue our goal of becoming one of the nation’s top-five public research universities, UF is committed to a “total rewards” strategy that encompasses not only a competitive market- and merit-based approach to pay, but also quality benefits, meaningful work and opportunities for career growth and development for our exceptional faculty and staff.
Research administrators from throughout the UF community gathered at Smathers Library on Oct. 1 to network and mingle at a celebration of their work to support the university’s more than $865 million in research expenditures. The inaugural event—UF’s unique take on National Research Administrator Day—also celebrated the launch of the university’s new Research Administration Portal.
Celebrating its 31st year, the awards program recognizes faculty and staff who have contributed outstanding service in their fields during the prior academic year. We are excited to announce that for the first time this year, Shands employees are also eligible to be nominated in a new Shands Employment category.
On Sept. 23 and 24, in partnership with United Arts of Central Florida, ArtPlace America and the State of Florida Division of Cultural Affairs, the University of Florida Center for Arts in Medicine hosted the Creating Healthy Communities: Arts + Public Health Florida conference in Orlando.
UF’s Higher Education Opportunity (HEO) provides children of full-time TEAMS employees with the opportunity of tuition assistance for an undergraduate education at the University of Florida. In spring 2020, UFHR will select—at random from a pool of eligible HEO applicants—150 TEAMS employees to participate in this program.