UWF students pose in their graduation regalia on the Pensacola campus on Apr. 21, 2021.

UWF leads state in percentage of bachelor’s graduates employed in Florida Board of Governors performance metrics

The University of West Florida is No. 1 in the Florida State University System for Metric 1 of the Florida Board of Governors’ 2020-21 performance-based funding model. More than 79% of UWF bachelor’s graduates are employed or furthering their education one year after graduation. “Success in this metric is a testament to our hard-working students, […]

Process photos and final images of UWF resident artist Marzia Ransom's Black Lives Matter mural.

UWF students collaborate on Black Lives Matter mural project

The Kugelman Honors Program at the University of West Florida provided a group of students the opportunity to create history in the form of a public mural. Fifteen highly motivated and passionate students were selected to create the piece of art that serves as a collective response to the Black Lives Matter movement. The final […]

UWF General Counsel Susan Woolf

UWF names new general counsel 

The University of West Florida has appointed Susan Woolf as general counsel for the University, effective August 15, 2021. Woolf is currently the city attorney for the City of Pensacola, a role she has held since 2019. “I’m delighted to welcome Susan Woolf to UWF,” said UWF President Martha D. Saunders. “With her wealth of […]

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UWF and NSA highlight partnership and best practices in cybersecurity education at RSA conference

The University of West Florida and National Security Agency recently highlighted best practices in cybersecurity education at the 2021 RSA Conference. Dr. Eman El-Sheikh, Associate Vice President at the UWF Center for Cybersecurity, discussed how the NSA and UWF Center for Cybersecurity are collaborating to advance cybersecurity education and training for our nation through innovative […]

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