Roderick Borisade is among the hundreds of students who have benefited from scholarships funded by generous donations to UNF. The generosity of donors has made possible transformational experiences for our students.
THE PLAYERS Championships makes donation to the First Generation Scholarship program
A recent $1 million gift has made it possible to expand the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UNF.
A number of companies have stepped forward recently to donate software for use in UNF's logistics lab.
Dr. Richard de Raismes Kip is remembered for many things at the University of North Florida including funding scholarships that continue to transform lives today.
David Stein, one of the areas most prominent philanthropists, gives not to seek attention but quietly hopes his donations serve and motivate others.
UNF art students can now go beyond textbooks and online reproductions to view actual examples of various types of prints thanks to a recent donation by a Jacksonville couple.
When future generations of researchers want to see what Jacksonville looked like in the early ‘70s, they may get the best picture by browsing through the more than 50,000 images by award-winning photographer Lawrence V. Smith recently donated to UNF’s Thomas G. Carpenter Library.
Roy Clarke Jr. and Iris Cooper McGuffin were interested in finding a way to honor their respective parents while helping future generations. Their solution was a scholarship.
A small sliver of campus land is providing a bounty of food as the result of one student's vision and an alumnus willing to provide the resources.
A statewide literacy campaign has benefited from the gift by Tom and Betty Petway.
Bill and Paula Van Law were interested in doing something special to mark their 25th anniversary.
No one person at UNF epitomizes the theme of The Power of Transformation campaign better than Paul Ladnier.
The UNF Foundation has funded a series of initiatives designed to give students and faculty transformational experiences.
A gift by Auld & White Constructors in Jacksonville will stimulate innovation among students in the College of Computing, Engineering and Construction
Local teachers honored for inspiring kids: The College of Education and Human Services awarded four Duval County Public School teachers with the 2010 Gladys Prior Award yesterday. Each teacher receives $15,000. The awards were highlighted by The Florida Times-Union and First Coast News.
The First Generation Scholarship program recently received two donations that will generate $1 million for the program.
Power of Transformation campaign co-chair Rad Lovett discusses why he decided to get involved in the $110 million initiative.
The new amphitheater associated with the UNF's recently-opened student union is the result of the generosity of J. B. Coxwell Contracting Inc.
Power of Transformation campaign co-chair Rusty Newton discusses the reasons why his family is one of the first $1 million donors to the initiative.
A Jacksonville oncology group's gift results in new X-ray equipment for student health services
A foundation gift is making possible the establishment of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in the Division of Continuing Education for people 50 and over.
Students benefit from generous gift by Harriett LeMaster
Kristi Wilder asked that simple question of scores of people she encountered in the 28 years she struggled with severe disabilities.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida recently made a $600,000 gift to UNF’s School of Nursing and the University of Florida’s program to help address the state’s nursing shortage.
The long-standing relationship between Mayo Clinic and the Brooks College of Health was reinforced recently with a gift of $100,000 to establish the Brooks College of Health Academic Program Enhancement Endowment.
For Linda Moseley, there could be no more fitting memorial to her late huband, Dr. Thad Moseley, than the nursing scholarship she recently established in his name.
Gifts from PSS World Medical as well as Blanche and Luther Coggin, longtime friends and supporters of the Coggin College of Business, will enable the college to build a Career Management Center.
The Coggin College of Business continues to enhance its reputation for faculty excellence with the naming of two nationally recognized stars in the world of business academia as Coggin Distinguished Professors.
Gary Sneed sees the $100,000 gift he and his wife, Lynne, made to the Brooks College of Health to fund need-based scholarships as an investment that will never stop paying dividends.
A $300,000 gift from the Wachovia Corporation to the College of Education and Human Services reinforces Wachovia’s commitment to the people of North Florida and to making education its No. 1 philanthropic priority.
After more than 22 years at sea and 30 years as a river pilot, it's not surprising that Leonard Blanchart uses a ship analogy to describe his legacy to UNF and generations of its students.
Sometimes it takes a little help to reach your goals. Drs. Marianne and Lehman Barnes, who have made a $25,000 gift to fund the Marianne and Lehman Barnes Scholarship for Science Education, can vouch for that.
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