After months of searching, three new faculty members will be joining the UNF community this summer in positions of leadership. UNF appointed new deans to the Hicks Honors College, College of Arts and Sciences, and Brooks College of Health. Dr. Jeff Chamberlain will be the inaugural dean of the newly […]
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UNF’s Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics, ranking 9th nationally according to Gradsource.com, was the only program in the state to achieve national ranking. The online degree program through the Brooks College of Health allows students to do independent research through field experience, projects, and study courses. The ranking […]
Ospreys and their families filled the Brooks College of Health Food Lab Wednesday night to make their own pickling creations.
Those colorful glass jars of pickled peppers, green olives and other vegetables in your grandmother’s house aren’t just for decoration. Even though they look like a science experiment (because they are), you can pickle your way to saving vegetables, and therefore money, that would otherwise end up in the trash.
The Brooks College of Health physical therapy program has been ranked first in the nation for its second consecutive year.
“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.”
Earlier today, students and faculty evacuated Bldg 39 after a fire alarm was set off by a water leakage.
Three years ago, while studying Lyme disease at UNF, Dr. Kerry Clark received complaints from a resident in northern Georgia. The resident was concerned the thriving number of ticks in her neighborhood were causing cases of Lyme disease. Northern Georgia is an area traditionally thought unaffected by Lyme disease. […]
By: Ava Rivera, Contributing Writer The Health Promotions Department held a tobacco attitude survey during the Fall 2011 semester. According to Mike Kennedy, assistant director of the Health Promotions Department, there were almost 4700 respondents involved, which is about 30 percent of students, faculty and staff. “We found that 74 […]
Some students are wondering what happened to letters they used to receive in the mail for making a 3.5 GPA per semester. Find out what happened to them.
Armed and ready; UNF shooting club quickly gains success and popularity on campus and on the field
Grass, fires and trash compactors; find out about UNF’s new environmentally beneficial initiatives and how you can reduce your own carbon footprint, one piece of garbage at a time.
The new Brooks College of Health building will look a little different this fall, after the installation of a statue, garden and waterfall. The statue, which will be of a mother and child, was selected by a committee and sculpted by Madeline Wiener, said Pamela Chally, dean of BCOH. Attempts […]