UNF In the News
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Students, faculty and staff at the University of North Florida are constantly making headlines, whether it be local, regional, state or national news. Because of the expertise of our faculty, they are often viewed as an authority in their fields and are interviewed weekly either on television, radio or in print, such as newspapers or magazines. To see the latest television coverage about UNF students, faculty or staff, click one of the interviews below.

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June 10, 2013
Hundreds of people flooded the UNF Arena during a memorial service to celebrate the life of recent UNF graduate JT Townsend. Some of his professors share with WJXT Ch. 4 how they were inspired by his determination and how he always brightened their day.
April 30, 2013
Dr. Tracy Alloway, UNF assistant professor of psychology, tells WJXT Ch. 4 that violent people often lack empathy.
April 2, 2013
Several UNF sculpture students from Dr. Jenny Hager’s Enlivened Spaces class created a huge 10-foot rubber duck that was painted bright yellow, with big blue eyes and an orange beak. WJXT Ch. 4 caught the launching of the giant duck on campus.
February 12, 2013
Dr. Julie Ingersoll, UNF associate professor in the Department of Philosophy, shares her insight about the Pope's resignation with WJXT Ch. 4.
February 6, 2013
For the third consecutive year, UNF is among the nation’s Top 75 “Best Value” public colleges and universities, according to The Princeton Review, one of America’s best-known education services companies.
January 28, 2013
UNF President John Delaney discusses how the Aim Higher initiative would generate $118 million for the State University System, so the 11 state universities, including UNF, won't have to raise tutition on WJXT's Morning Show.
January 15, 2013
UNF Student Government held an Aim Higher rally on campus, asking for a $118 million investment by Florida legislators in the 11 universities in the State University System, so students wouldn't have a tuition increase this year.