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Congratulations to our June UF at Play winners!

We’ve received nearly 200 photographs for our UF at Play summer photo contest, which runs now through Aug. 18. Visit our Facebook page to view the album, and  submit your photos for a chance to win more UF giveaways. Our two winners for the month of June are Department of Pediatrics Clinical Program Coordinator Nancy Day, APRN, and UFIT […]

UFPD recognized for leading the way in mental health

The UF Police Department was recently honored for being a national leader in mental health initiatives and programs. The recognition highlights the department’s work as a Law Enforcement-Mental Health Learning Site, a program within the Bureau of Justice Assistance that assists law enforcement agencies seeking to build collaborative responses for people who have mental health […]

Recordings from our Employee Wellness Month series now available

In collaboration with UF partners, several webinars were held during the month of June to help boost your health and wellness. Recordings of the webinars, along with additional resources, are now available to view on-demand. Faculty and staff who joined us for the series are also encouraged to complete a brief survey to help us improve future worklife […]

Get the inside scoop on UFPA’s upcoming season

The University of Florida Performing Arts, or UFPA, will host its 2023|2024 Season Preview tomorrow, July 11, at 7 p.m. The event will be held at the Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts and is free and open to the public. Click here to learn more.

Discover ways to recharge this summer

Summer often provides a brief respite from the more hectic activities of the fall and spring semesters at UF. It’s a time when we can hit reset before starting a new academic year and enjoy some quality time with our loved ones. With this in mind, here are a few ways you can recharge and renew […]

Celebrate APIDA with delicious recipes

Each May, we celebrate the generations of Asian, Pacific Islander and Desi Americans (APIDA) who have enriched America’s history and are instrumental in its future success. As part of the celebration, we’ve curated five recipes from different countries for you to try at home. Learn more

Sharing Underground Railroad’s oral histories

The Underground Railroad, which helped people escape slavery to freedom, necessarily operated in secrecy until the end of the Civil War. Now a grant from the National Park Service will support the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program at the University of Florida in highlighting the history of this pivotal social movement. Learn more

Project SEARCH comes to College of Medicine

Beginning in August with the 2023-24 school year, the UF College of Medicine and UF Health will welcome the first cohort of Alachua County Public Schools students to Project SEARCH, a program for neurodivergent high school students to intern at the hospital and build the skills they need to succeed in a competitive workforce. Learn […]

CxUF call for proposals open through June 1

The award-winning Connected by UF, or CxUF, conference is back for 2023 with the theme “Investing in Our Tomorrow.” This two-day virtual conference, to be held Nov. 15–16, will bring together the Gator Business Administrator Services (GBAS), UF Research (MainSpring) and UF Leadership Network (UFLN) communities to provide highly impactful professional development opportunities. A call for […]

Boost your financial literacy with our ongoing webinar series

We are wrapping up Financial Literacy Month with three more webinars designed to support your fiscal fitness. Register to attend any of the upcoming workshops listed below, and be sure to visit the Worklife website to view recordings of previous webinars. Boosting Your Credit | April 19 at noon Explore UF Voluntary Savings Plans | April 20 at noon […]