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UNF In the Media - 2022

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January 21, 2022

DHS makes more international students eligible for STEM OPT

Source: Forbes
Madeline Zavodny, economics professor, provided insight on Optional Practical Training relating to job opportunities for American workers in STEM fields.

January 20, 2022

Could bacteria help reduce shoreline erosion? UNF researchers aim to find out

Source: Adapt Florida
Researchers at UNF are studying how a naturally occurring bacteria could be used to reduce shoreline erosion.

January 19, 2022

Timucuan Voices: UNF archaeology dig makes a discovery to give voice to indigenous people of Northeast Florida

Source: Amelia Insider
Dr. Keith Ashley, archaeology lab director and professor, and student team make discoveries potentially believed to be the location of the village of Sarabay.

January 18, 2022

UNF kicks off the school’s 50th-anniversary celebration, activities throughout the year

Source: Florida Times-Union
UNF interim president Pamela Chally speaks on UNF's semi-centennial celebration and how the University has significantly grown over the years.

January 14, 2022

UNF celebrates 50 years

Source: WJCT News
Interim president Pamela Chally speaks on UNF’s 50th year anniversary and the University’s significant growth.

January 14, 2022

Consumer prices rise as production can’t keep with demand

Source: First Coast News
Dr. Albert Loh, professor of economics, speaks on the demand coupled with supply chain issues and staff shortages have caused prices to go up.

January 13, 2022

Jacksonville Public Education Fund partners with UNF to hire and retain Black and Hispanic male teachers

Source: First Coast News
UNF published an economic impact study that found that for every scholarship it offered to a student of a diverse background the return on investment was $1 million.

January 6, 2022

Nutrition check: Popping popcorn for your health!

Source: Florida Newsline
UNF assistant professor Kristen Hicks-Roof shares information on the different types of popcorn and ways to look out for healthier options.

January 5, 2022

Advice on getting active and staying healthy through the new year

Source: First Coast News
UNF assistant professor Dr. Lindsay Toth shares the benefits of movement and simple ways to get started in being active.

January 4, 2022

This is what too much salt does to your body

Source: Market Watch
UNF professor Lauri Wright shares insight on ways on types of food to look for and where to find high- and low-sodium foods.

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