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Category: UF/IFAS Teaching

UF Offers New Horticultural Therapy Course with Certificate Program to Follow

As a junior psychology major at the University of Florida, Emily Fradet looked for ways to gain more hands-on experience in clinical psychology, counseling and therapy treatment of patients. She stumbled upon a new fall 2019 introductory course… Read More

UF research program gives high school students lab experience

For seven weeks this summer, three high school students have been conducting research in Soil and Water Sciences Department labs. Their on-campus experience is through the University of Florida Student Science Training Program (UF-SSTP). The program is in… Read More

Helping Haiti Achieve Higher Black Bean Yields

For Haitians, black beans are a food staple and the most consumed bean in the country. But farmers there have one of the lowest yield rates in the world for the crop – 660 kilograms per hectare (ha-1)…. Read More

UF Experts Provide Educational Resources on Mosquito-Related Issues

By Sydney Honeycutt GAINESVILLE, Fla. — New educational resources from the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences covering mosquito-related topics are now available for teachers to download and use in their classrooms. The UF/IFAS Center… Read More

Lab Assistant: Wetland and Aquatic Research Center; Genetics

Genetics Help Wanted!                                            A full or part-time lab assistant is needed to help with conservation genetics projects at the U.S. Geological Survey’s Wetland and Aquatic Research Center. Located in northwest Gainesville, FL, our conservation genetics lab primarily… Read More