10/08/18

During this past summer, First Generation Gators saw the world through a different lens while participating in Study Abroad programs. On Oct. 2nd a panel of First-Generation Study Abroad Alumni shared their experience on Study Abroad programs. First Generation Gators, eager to study abroad filled the room to learn how...

10/08/18

Last month, Multicultural and Diversity Affairs officially broke ground on the Institute of Black Culture and Institute of Hispanic-Latino Cultures. This was a groundbreaking like none other, and not even the rain could stop the excitement. Instead, the rain only brought everyone closer together! The beautiful words of...

10/01/18

On September 18, 2018, the University of Florida International Center hosted a virtual exchange faculty showcase. This event was organized by the UF Collaborative International Teaching Network (CITN) with the sponsorship of the Creative Campus and Learning without Borders initiatives.

The event featured nine...

09/24/18

The UF International Center was recently recognized for increased donations during the UF Campaign for Charities. Our own Vanessa Fayo was also recognized as Outstanding Volunteer 2017. Congrats Vanessa, and thank you for your service and for representing us so well!

09/24/18

Source: IFAS Blogs

Students involved in research projects receive more than financial support for their degrees from the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems. I am being mentored in writing...

09/24/18

SA+AH professor Kaira M. Cabañas’s Learning from Madness: Brazilian Modernism and Global Contemporary Art was published by the University of Chicago Press. On account of this scholarly work, Yve-Alain Bois, Institute for Advanced Study, writes: “Kaira Cabañas’s study is an efficient antidote to what she calls the ‘...

09/24/18

The UF International Center announced the launch of its Fall 2018 “Learning without Borders (LWB)” campaign featuring 42 light pole banners displayed around UF campus, two RTS wrapped buses (routes #21/Reitz to Cabana Beach, and #35/Reitz to SW 35th Place) and half page ads in both “New Student” and “Welcome Back”...

09/17/18

For many African states, reports of diminishing fisheries are increasingly common particularly for fish species that are highly targeted in commercial, artisanal and recreational fishing sectors. The challenge is further exacerbated by the presence of limited data and information on the stock status for majority of...

09/17/18

For more than 25 years, Dr. Mark Brenner has collaborated with la Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan with research and the summer course that UF coordinates with la Maxima Casa de Estudios. 
In an interview, Dr. Brenner commented that he has been in charge of the course since 1993, bringing students from Florida to...

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