Four SG positions will remain vacant after the Government Oversight Committee tabled discussion on an executive veto, and the USA Committee worked on questions for the Osprey Voice student survey.
Author: Kalee Ball
UNF’s Foundation Board violates Florida law by not posting change of venue for quarterly meeting.
The final meeting of the year saw the validation of a new motto for Enrollment Services and a new degree program in Deaf Education.
The UNF Interfaith Center awarded the first ever interfaith community service scholarships in the US to two UNF students.
“Uncovering the Past: New Archaeological Discoveries of Northeast Florida” ran from January through May 2014 at the Museum of Science and History.
Funding requests heard at the May 13 meeting included Wellness Center membership for Connect students, a shuttle stop at the Flats, and an Einstein Bros. at the Student Union.
The May 12 meeting included a budget workshop and discussion of the Institutional Work Plan for 2015-2016.
“I am very proud of this no. 1 ranking,” Dean of the Brooks College of Health Dr. Pamela Chally said. “We are delighted and honored that students at UNF appreciate the quality of their education.”
UNF provided a list of camps that had operated during the 2013-2014 fiscal year to the Auditor General’s office. According to the university, none of the camps were third-party camps. Upon audit review, it was found that two camps — a university sponsored camp and a third-party camp — were not included on the list…
On April 27, 28 and 29, from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., free coffee, tea, hot chocolate and snacks will be served on the first floor of Thomas G. Carpenter Library. There will also be a “Zzz-Zone” in an enclosed room on the third floor of the library with pillows […]
UNF’s Public Relations Department partnered with Canine Companions for Independence, a national nonprofit organization that works to train retrievers, to bring puppies on campus for the third semester in a row…
As UNF hands out degrees to graduates on May 1 during spring commencement at the UNF Arena, four students will be honored: three will be honored for outstanding records of volunteerism and caring spirits, and Garth Sangree will be awarded a posthumous bachelor’s degree…
UNF’s athletic fee has increased for the 2015-2016 school year due to the lack of external revenue sources to help support the UNF athletics program.
A UH-60M Blackhawk helicopter was expected to fly UNF’s Reserve Officer Training Corp (ROTC) cadets around for training today, but has to be rescheduled because of heavy cloud cover. Florida Air National Guard volunteered the helicopters for training. The cadets were to use another cadet as a patient, load them […]
Spinnaker Radio will debut Jacksonville’s only college radio station, WSKR 95.5 FM on April 13.
“A shipwreck, separated identical twins, mistaken identities, drunken knights, singing and one pair of yellow stockings characterize the mad antics of Lady Olivia’s household as the characters fall in and out of love in the topsy-turvy world of Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night,’” according to the press release.