Major grant gives UF’s College of Dentistry something to smile about
The University of Florida is one of 7 institutions to receive a $67- million grant from the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Lisa Greenberg spoke with UF’s National Dental Practice Based Research Network Education and Training Coordinator Deborah McEdward about how the grant will benefit both dental providers and patients.
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The University of Florida is developing an on-campus food pantry for students. The pantry will offer free, nutritious food and will be available mid-summer to those with a valid UF ID.
Florida coach Billy Donovan has agreed to become the Oklahoma City Thunder’s next coach. Donovan replaces Scott Brooks, who was fired last week.
In the wake of allegations of misconduct at an event in Panama City Beach, the University of Florida’s Zeta Beta Tau chapter will close as of Tuesday. Members of the fraternity were accused of disrespecting wounded veterans.
The University of Florida chapter of Zeta Beta Tau is under investigation after disrespecting wounded veterans at an event in Panama City Beach. While the fraternity has suspended its actions, the university is looking into further sanctions.
The UF Entomology Club’s fifth annual BugFest opened to the public for the first time on Saturday. Entomology students helped give local children a hands-on experience with bugs, from handling exotic critters to tasting bug-infused cuisine.