It was, quite simply, a great budget year. Here it is by the numbers:
$8.8 million for research to update our nutrient rate recommendations, probably the single-most urgent request from our agricultural producers this year.
A $3.65 million ... READ MORE
With the final approval from the governor’s pen, the newest Florida state budget is set to take effect July 1, a date that also marks the beginning or continuation of several UF/IFAS projects.
In addition to a $3.6 million increase to the ... READ MORE
Geomatics is one of the most diverse fields of study. It offers a range of high-paying career opportunities, with a big demand for graduates in private and public sectors across industries worldwide.
Geomatics is a STEM career field that ... READ MORE
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- Pam and Russell Hyatt, graduates and long-time supporters of the University of Florida’s geomatics program, were awarded the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Alumni & Friends Award of Distinction at the annual ... READ MORE
The Geomatics Student Association designed and produced the Fox Squirrel Corn Maze in Plant City.
Katie Britt: This project I've worked on for about the last four years with our Plant City students and now this ... READ MORE
University of Florid alumna Pam (Ciemniecki) Hyatt earned her undergraduate degree in surveying & mapping, now geomatics, in 1990. Today, she runs Hyatt Survey Services, alongside her husband Russell Hyatt. Their company has been honored ... READ MORE
For the third year in a row, students in the geomatics program are partnering with a Florida family farm to promote agritourism.
The Single R Ranch in Plant City is co-owned by Carson and Janet Futch, both UF graduates. Each fall, the family ... READ MORE