Movement Academy Provides Physical, Social Outlet for Youngsters

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.

UWF Hosts Brit Lit Symposium for Faculty and Students

The Department of English hosted the symposium called “British Romantic Literature and Culture.”

Time Management, Other Tools Help Freshmen Make Smooth Transition from High School to College, Experts Say

Overcoming the challenge can present difficulty, and expectations in college classes can be overwhelming.

Summer Research Symposium Highlights Student Projects

The selected students spent 250 hours or more working on a research project in their program of study and under close supervision of a faculty mentor.

UWF Adjunct History Instructor Explores Lincoln’s Home Life in New Book

Alan Manning grew up loving history, which he learned first-hand from his grandfather who used to regale him with stories of World War I.

High School Students Learn Cybersecurity in UWF Summer Camp

The camp provided students with hands-on training in cybersecurity and an introduction to the Linux operating system.

Author, Editor Reflects on Lifelong Love of Poetry

Jonathan Fink is a professor and the director of creative writing at the University of West Florida, where he also edits Panhandler Magazine and Panhandler Books.

Cellphone Conversations Cause Major Distraction in Car

In a study by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 69 percent of U.S. drivers reported that they talk on a cell phone while driving.

Paper by UWF Educator Draws Attention Online

The paper, on which Stanny is the lead author along with co-authors Melissa Gonzalez and Britt McGowan reference librarians at UWF, covers a five-year longitudinal study.

Students Learn STEM Concepts at UWF’s Discovery Spot Camp

“Discovery Spot is a technology rich playground that provides an innovative space for students in grades 5-12 to experience state of the art technology in various STEM disciplines.”

Dr. Susan James Provides Intense Writing Training for Teachers

James is in charge of the National Writing Project, which is a three-week summer program designed to immerse educators in reading and writing activities.

‘Soft’ Skills Important to Landing a Job

To get that perfect job after graduation, students need to bone up on their “soft” skills.