The University of West Florida College of Education and Professional Studies hosted the inaugural Argo Invitational High School Mock Trial Tournament on Jan. 28 on the Pensacola campus. Teams from Navarre High School, Pace High School, Pensacola High School, Tate High School and Walton High School participated in two trials each. Fifteen area legal professionals […]
The University of West Florida ranked among the best in the nation in the 2023 U.S. News and World Report Best Online College rankings. UWF ranked 42nd among 359 institutions for Best Online Bachelor’s Programs and 23rd for Best Online Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans in the rankings released on Jan. 24. “These rankings reflect the […]
To celebrate the creation of the University of West Florida’s School of Education, the College of Education and Professional Studies has created a scholarship opportunity for educator alumni. The School of Education Alumni Scholarship will provide graduates from a variety of UWF education programs the funds to enroll in education graduate programs at the master’s […]
University of West Florida’s new School of Education uses action and innovation to shape the future of professional educators. The new school launched on July 1, 2022. Professional educator roles vary from teachers, specialists and coaches to organizational administrators and curriculum designers. The UWF School of Education was developed to concert and optimize the variety […]
The Cylea Lyrio Scholarship Fund has been established to benefit Latin American students at the University of West Florida. Ten students from Brazil, Colombia and Honduras will receive the first awards for the Fall 2022 term. The fund, created by the family of Cylea Lyrio, provides need-based support to Latin American students who are enrolled […]
The camp is put together to introduce students to professions associated with the health-related programs within the Usha Kundu, MD, College of Health.
The conference, “Higher Education’s Role in Addressing the Global Crisis,” is set for Oct. 12-14 in New Orleans.
Clayson’s research will study the effectiveness of eportfolios for both students and their prospective employers.
Panels included successful women from different backgrounds and discussed subjects related to gender power, dreams and how to relate with other people in the workplace.
The program is a partnership between the Institute for Innovative Community Learning at UWF and the Santa Rosa County School District.
The international group’s visit to the class is part of the Education and Activism For Young Women Project sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program.
The academy, which is in its 11th year, serves children ages 4-18 and has a stated mission of striving to offer a unique variety of physical experiences while providing invaluable teaching experience for undergraduate physical education teaching majors at UWF.