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UNF Journal: Spring 2013

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A University Transformed

University leaders weigh in on how the capital campaign benefited UNF's students, faculty and staff.

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Artistic contributions paint bright future

Judy Eisen's donations of in-kind artwork and an endowed scholarship were inspired by her desire to cultivate both the creative and the scholarly impulses of UNF art students.

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BOT member seeks to establish University traditions

As a University of North Florida alum, Myron Pincomb places a high value on traditions. His contribution to The Power of Transformation campaign is a symbol of his desire to enrich the campus community.

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Campaign co-chairs leave indelible mark on UNF

W. Radford Lovett II and Russell B Newton III led the University's Power of Transformation to far exceed — its $110-million goal. They also donated generously themselves.

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Campaign measured in student success, not dollars

UNF's recently concluded capital campaign raised more than $130 million, eclipsing its goal by more than $20 million. Scores of students will benefit from the scholarships endowed and supported through the campaign.

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Delaney thanks UNF capital campaign donors

The Power of Transformation campaign has had an incredible impact on UNF. The funds raised will allow UNF to continue climbing national rankings and offering Transformational Learning Opportunities to students.

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Double degrees add up to career success for double grad

A UNF undergraduate degree can give you a competitive edge in the workforce. Add a master’s degree to the mix, and you could become chief operating officer before turning 40. Just ask Anna Brosche.

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Education alum makes giving back a professional focus

Kelley Ranch views a UNF education as a proven gateway to success. Both of the degrees — a master's and a doctorate — put her on the path to professional success.

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How scary can a shark named Lydia be?

A group of University of North Florida scientists and students got the educational opportunity of a lifetime to come face-to-face with one of nature’s most majestic aquatic creatures.

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Nursing graduate endows scholarship to honor fallen friend

Her career arc has taken her from hospital rooms to courtrooms. All the while, Corinne Hodak hasn’t forgotten where she came from and the University that helped her along the way.

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UNF education prepares grad for life inside the Beltway

Clarey Walker has forged a career for himself in Washington, D.C. using the skills he learned at UNF.

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UNF honors Skinner Jones family with building dedication

UNF might not have developed into the thriving institution that it is today without the A. C. Skinner family, and their dedication to the campus was honored in the dedication of Buildings 3 and 4.