UWF Music Students Study With Grammy-Winner Eric Whitacre

Grammy-winning composer Eric Whitacre spent three days working as an artist in residence at the University of West Florida with students in the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities April 20-22.

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UWF English Students’ Research Highlighted on National Stage

Students in the University of West Florida’s Department of English have recently gotten the opportunity to present their research at prestigious conferences across the country.

Research Highlighted at UWF Student Scholars Symposium

More than 180 exhibits representing the gamut of research were on display Thursday at the University of West Florida Student Scholars Symposium.

Runge Strings Orchestra Concert Offers Mix Of Traditional and Modern Fare

Though classical music has existed for hundreds of years, it remains fresh through interpretation and combinations of different pieces, and director Leonid Yanovskiy says the coming Runge Strings Orchestra Concert will be a good example of this.

Dr. Joseph Spaniola leads the jazz ensemble rehearsal at the University of West Florida.

Spaniola Creates Music, Teaches People How to Listen

Dr. Joseph Spaniola has spent 37 years composing and arranging music. For the last nine years he has drawn on these skills to teach students in the music department at the University of West Florida. His classes range from music theory to the history of rock ’n’ roll.

Thomas Asmuth working

UWF Professor to Take His ‘Turbidity Paintings’ to Hong Kong

University of West Florida art professor Thomas Asmuth continues to forge a reputation as an innovative explorer of experimental media by blending art, science and technology.

Dr. Jennifer M. Feltman, Visiting Assistant Professor in her office at the University of West Florida.

UWF’s Dr. Jennifer Feltman Explains Her Fascination with History’s Mysteries Revealed Through Architecture

Jennifer M. Feltman, a visiting professor in the art department of the University of West Florida, specializes in the art and architecture of medieval Europe.

Dental Remains Help Archaeologists Identify Immigrants in Roman Ruins

Little is known about the swath of less well-to-do citizens who accounted for the bulk of the Roman empire’s population.

Dr. Jennifer Feltman, art history professor, teaches students as they build a half scale model of a medieval cathedral.

Hands On Learning Builds Students’ Mastery of Concepts

About 25 students milled around the lawn outside the University of West Florida Center for Fine and Performing Arts Nov. 20 offering suggestions and asking questions as they created a one-fifth scale model of a medieval cathedral.

Graduate student Maddeline Voas 3D prints a sacrum with spina bifida at the University of West Florida in Pensacola, Florida.

UWF Uses 3-D Technology To Recreate History

Hours after the discovery of a new species of human ancestor was announced, Dr. Kristina Killgrove was able to put replicas of bones from the landmark archaeological find in the hands of her students.

Roy Hunt presenting at Experience UWF Downtown Lecture Series with “A Tale of Two Cities: Historic Preservation in Pensacola and St. Augustine.

St. Augustine Takes Preservation Cues From Pensacola

When St. Augustine needed a solution for how to maintain and manage its state-owned historic properties, a successful model was already in place to follow in Pensacola under the stewardship of the University of West Florida.

UWF graduate students participate in "Next Exit History" project.

Mobile App Developers Aim to Make History More Relevant, Lucrative

A mobile app developed by researchers at the University of West Florida is helping to make history more accessible, relevant and lucrative. That was the upshot of a roundtable discussion held Aug. 19 at the Voices of Pensacola Multicultural Center, in downtown Pensacola.