Students are back, classes are in progress and umbrellas are likely found in everyone's backpack. This can only mean one thing: Fall semester is underway!
Brand new Gators, Gators new to campus and seasoned Gators alike can take advantage of ... READ MORE
(Read part 1 here before continuing below)
Learning the One Health approach
In terms of academics, the situation was better than I thought. Learning about the application of the One Health approach was my biggest wish; since I discovered it, ... READ MORE
After a month of leaving Gainesville and still with nostalgia for my departure, I draw strength to tell you about my experience at the One Health Center of Excellence.
How it all began
It all started in the summer of 2017 when somebody told ... READ MORE
Situation: Through the advancements in technologies our world has become smaller. The ability to interact with others from the other side of the globe can be done by the push of a button and a computer. However, even with this ability, the tolerance ... READ MORE
Situation: Child hunger is a critical issue, nationally and locally. According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), more than 15.8 million children are experiencing hunger. Of the 102,665 youth between the ages of 5-19 years, ... READ MORE
Situation: Crop diversification is vital to the sustainability of food systems. The Tri-County Agricultural Area (St. Johns, Putnam, Flagler) of Florida leads the state in production of potatoes (Solanum tuberosum L.), with Hastings being the ... READ MORE
April 24th, 2015, University of Florida is excited to offer a workshop on starting a food business in Florida. The workshop will take place in Gainesville, FL, and is intended to provide the audience with general information on food safety and ... READ MORE