The University of West Florida’s Master of Science in Athletic Training program recently earned accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. After the comprehensive review, the program was granted the maximum initial five-year accreditation. The CAATE is a nonprofit organization serving the public and profession by establishing and ensuring compliance with accreditation […]
University of West Florida Usha Kundu, MD College of Health nursing and health sciences students and faculty learned first-hand how to manage a disaster during a mass casualty drill on Oct. 21. UWF teamed up with the Santa Rosa Medical Center, Santa Rosa Emergency Management and LifeGuard to simulate a response to a mass shooting. […]
The course, Gulf Coast Business Issues: Lionfish Markets, will be taught by Dr. Bill Huth and Dr. Felicia Morgan in the College of Business.
Six registered nurses, all of whom are part of Baptist Hospital nursing residents program that is for nurses with less than one year’s experience on the job, attended the seminar.
From the artifacts, Gougeon and his students are hoping to find out more about the people who inhabited the area before the Luna colony’s arrival.
Tavano’s research could help increase crop yields and will in part serve to collect data for two separate National Science Foundation grant proposals.
The invasive species are not just doing harm in the warm waters of the Gulf. They have also moved into the mouths of local river systems.
The UWF students who participated in the plant rescue effort are members of the Kugelman Honors Program, which allows students to complete their Honors requirements over the course of their time as an undergraduate at UWF.
The expectation is that the research will show that many of the organisms sampled are able to repair their DNA at night.
Ray Eslinger and Dr. John Morgan have produced research that could help state wildlife officials curb those collisions in the future. Through their research, they have identified 376 bridges in the state that are near collision hotspots.
The presentation and panel discussion called “Archaeology of the Luna Expedition in Pensacola” was held at the Museum of Commerce as part of the Experience UWF Downtown Lecture Series.