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UNF Journal: Spring 2014

Group, including UNF biology professor Julie Richmond, in front of plane in Antarctica

Antarctic seal research trip is dream come true

Dr. Julie Richmond, a University of North Florida biology professor, recently traveled to Antarctica to study Weddell seals, the subjects of years of extensive research.

A student with an African Child as part of the Girls for Africa program

Building a dream: UNF alum brings STEM education to Ghana

Girls for Africa helps to provide a shining beacon of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education for a developing nation.

President John Delaney at the library

Letter from the President

Just a few months ago, we unveiled the University traditions we will be supporting as an institution as we move forward together. We interviewed stakeholders from throughout the institution — alumni like you, donors, friends of UNF, students, faculty, staff and community members. We heard all about the burgers at the Boathouse, your appreciation for our beautiful campus, the memories you made on the Green and how much you love to Swoop. I think it is a pretty good list. It represents our past, present and future.

One Spark

Thinking big: One Spark’s founders and staff visualized their dreams at UNF

UNF’s DNA is truly threaded throughout One Spark’s very being.

UNF students on the green

Traditions put the SWOOP in Ospreys

Traditions really give UNF its character — or put a little SWOOP in an Osprey