Stories To SWOOP You Up

September 19, 2017
Federal and state loans now available for businesses damaged by Hurricane Irma
Janice Donaldson, regional director for the Florida Small Business Development Center at UNF, tells The Florida Times-Union that she expects a large influx of applications for assistance. But she says it’s difficult to predict how far-reaching the damage to businesses in the area will be.
September 18, 2017
Returning to work after a hurricane
Dr. Paul Fadil, UNF management professor, talks to WJXT Ch. 4's "Morning Show" about employee morale and productivity following a hurricane like Irma.
September 15, 2017
College Factual ranks UNF among 2018 'Best Colleges'
For the fourth consecutive year, UNF has been ranked among the best colleges across the country in a new ranking, published in USA Today, by College Factual, a trusted online resource that uses customizable tools and outcomes-based rankings systems to guide students through the college selection process.
September 14, 2017
'Lost Springs' exhibition opens next week
Jim Draper, coordinator of the UNF Gallery of Art, talks to "First Coast Connect" about the “Lost Springs” exhibit, which chronicles the tragic demise of the iconic springs of the Ocklawaha River in North Central Florida.
September 14, 2017
Worker morale a hidden cost for employers after Hurricane Irma
Dr. Paul Fadil, chair and professor of management at UNF, tells The Florida Times-Union that it could take three weeks for employees to get emotionally and productively back up to speed.