UNF is one of five Florida schools piloting this type of program.
The Budget and Allocations committee approved a $12,772 special request for 10 laptops and $8460 in travel requests.
From today forward, UNFPD will be sporting some new gear.
UNF approved proposals to implement three new master’s degree programs.
Graduating senior, Kyle Trenor, will receive the Senior Service Award in today’s fall commencement.
Founded in high school, TOM is a nonprofit organization that brings theater to kids in impoverished nations.
The lab is available to students studying physics, chemistry, engineering, chemistry, construction and other related classes.
The newly-changed ISQs are now much shorter and ask more pertinent questions to better evaluate professors.
The department has been waiting since 2004 to apply to the National Association of Schools of Arts and Design.
UNF’s Best Buddies put on a performance in the Student Union auditorium on Friday night and showed off both their dancing and singing skills.
In an effort to reduce turnover and increase the social work force, the Florida Department of Children and Families has a sponsored a stipend program that allots money to Bachelor of Social Work students.
The Auxiliary Oversight Committee, which handles financial support for student-fee-run departments at UNF, met today and passed five requests.
“We’re not saying don’t smoke, we’re just saying you can’t smoke right now,” Director of Health Promotion Shelly Purser said. “It’s going to help eliminate all the tobacco litter. This is a voluntary compliance and the university community needs to be part of it.”
After working to recruit throughout Spring and Summer 2015, Theta Chi petitioned to join the Interfraternity Council at UNF and were offered membership on July 28.
Governor Rick Scott appointed a new Board of Trustees member for UNF: retired Maj. Gen. Douglas Burnett.
The Foundation Board that invests UNF’s donations approved initiatives and discussed the end of the fiscal year.