UNF is offering Masters of Public Administration classes at the Jesse Ball DuPont Center in the upcoming fall and spring semesters.
When a Florida A&M student was elected student body president, got his election voided, sued the school, and won on appeal, it led to a case that ballooned into a discussion of whether student government is equivalent to real government, and if students can sue universities over decisions made on campus.
This summer, UNF is hosting a hands-on Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program in Coastal Biology with a focus on admitting minority students. This REU is paid for by a National Science Foundation grant.
It was about an hour past lunchtime June 1, when phones across the country began buzzing with breaking-news notifications. Another school shooting occurred, this time at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
In light of the recent shooting in Orlando, safety and support of the LGBT community is in question. From pride events across the nation to Jacksonville’s very own Jasmyn, an LGBT youth services center, security is being increased.
*Correction: An earlier version of this article indicated that Senator Beacham talked directly to SG President Grantham about the hiring bill. Beacham communicated to Grantham through the attorney general, not directly, about the possible signing of the bill. Constitutions and Statutes This summer, SG has faced difficulty hiring executive branch […]
Dr. John Hatle, a professor in the Department of Biology at the University of North Florida was awarded a grant of $432,525 from the National Institutes of Health to continue research on the biology of aging.
UNF students are joining the nation in donating blood in response to the attack on Orlando’s Pulse night club.
UNF officials announced May 11, the Activity and Services (A&S) fee, the $4.4 million in student fees UNF allocates to Student Government (SG), would no longer be used to fund a student government lobbyist. According to UNF lobbyist Janet Owen, there was a complaint regarding a student lobbyist sent to […]
The University of North Florida LGBT Resource center held a candle lit vigil for the victims of the Orlando shooting in the Peace Plaza.
The UNF LGBT Resource Center will be hosting a candle light vigil Tuesday evening for the victims of the Orlando shooting. The event will take place from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Peace Plaza, near the Mahatma Gandhi statue. The event will mainly be focused on students and young […]
UNF’s Department of Health Promotions partnered with One Blood to bring The Big Red Bus to campus.
A former Jacksonville University football player was injured and a Jacksonville man is dead following the shooting at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub where 50 people were killed.
Monday, June 13 marks the beginning of demolition on the arena walkway and iconic UNF staircase across from the Osprey Fountain.
A gunman killed at least 50 people early Sunday morning, injuring more, at a gay nightclub in the Orlando area.
Update 6/10/16 — 3:10 p.m. Thursday night’s fire at the UNF maintenance building caused $70,000 in damages according to a UPD report filed after the incident. A UPD officer was dispatched to the scene after receiving an alert of a fire alarm going off in the building. Upon his arrival, […]