New software made possible by a gift from a Jacksonville construction firm is allowing UNF students to design and construct buildings using the latest green technology.
Three buildings at the University of North Florida have been renamed in honor of a group of individuals whose contributions have made UNF what it is today.
A University of North Florida education can take you anywhere — even halfway across the world. Just ask Robert Baggett. A 2000 graduate from UNF’s Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice.
Dr. Jim Crooks, who started at UNF in 1972, was first tasked with building up a brand-new history program. Over the years, he's watched and documented the University as it blossomed.
Diagnosed with a heart defect in utero, Kristian Wilson's daughter, Jordyn, has given her the strength to achieve her own educational goals.
Intego Systems Inc. recently donated a fully functional nurse call system and integrated software valued at about $40,000 to the School of Nursing for use in the nursing lab.
The annual Kennel Club Classic, soon to be known as the bestbet Classic, was made possible through an endowment created in 1993 by Jacksonville Greyhound Racing, Inc.
Michael Whelan and his chapter of about 280 engineers are actively involved in solving the engineering job candidate shortage by sponsoring an endowment to generate scholarships for engineering students at UNF.
Around the same time every year, the University of North Florida gets a little bit dirty for the annual Garbage on the Green trash and recycling audit, which sheds light on the University's garbage habits.
Carol Thompson is one of those rare individuals who has seen UNF from two entirely different perspectives. As a student, she obtained her master’s degree in allied health science in 1979. As a civic leader, she was a charter member of the UNF Board of Trustees and its founding chair.
The promises a college or university makes are not limited to those stated during the recruiting process. Learn about UNF's new brand promise and what you can expect from the University moving forward.
A team of skilled University of North Florida student journalists covered the Republican National Convention in Tampa for the Washington Post.
Through the national organization Friends of Jaclyn Foundation (FOJ), both Osprey basketball teams have been paired with two local families going up against the fight of their lives, battling childhood brain cancer.
The Us Group, a UNF-driven nonprofit group that promotes education on women’s health issues in the Northeast Florida region, is making a concerted community effort to boost health expectations across the region.
From promotions to educational accomplishments, take a look at what some of your fellow alumni are up to.
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