The Art Gallery at UWF presents “if you can see a thing whole…”

The Art Gallery at the University of West Florida, presents “if you can see a thing whole…”, an exhibition featuring New Orleans based artists Hannah Chalew and Pippin Frisbie-Calder. The exhibition will run from Feb. 10 through March 3. TAG is located in The Center for Fine and Performing Arts, Building 82, on the Pensacola […]

UWF health sciences and administration faculty members publish first textbook on Pressbooks

Two faculty members in the University of West Florida Department of Health Sciences and Administration have published the institution’s first Pressbooks Open Educational Resource textbook, “Medical Terminology for Healthcare Professions.” Dr. Andrea Nelson, clinical assistant professor and Usha Kundu, MD College of Health high impact practice fellow and liaison, and Katherine Greene, adjunct instructor, collaborated […]

UWF Dr. Grier Williams School of Music presents Duo Turgeon

The University of West Florida Dr. Grier Williams School of Music will present pianists Duo Turgeon as part of the Music Hall Artist Series on Monday, Feb. 14 at 7:30 p.m. in the Rolfs Music Hall at the Center for Fine and Performing Arts, Building 82, on the Pensacola campus.  The Duo Turgeon will perform […]

UWF online programs rank among best in U.S. News and World Report

The University of West Florida ranked among the best in the nation in the prestigious 2022 U.S. News and World Report Best Online College rankings. UWF ranked 59th among 361 institutions for Best Online Bachelor’s Programs and 35th for Best Online Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans in the rankings released on Jan. 25.  “Each year, these […]

UWF Notice: Wintry Weather Conditions

University officials are closely monitoring the Winter Weather Advisory that is in effect for midnight through noon Friday, Jan. 21 in Northwest Florida. All University of West Florida locations remain open at this time. If conditions change, the University will update the campus community.  The Pensacola area is expected to receive patchy, light freezing rain […]

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UWF receives $600k gift commitment from Sandy Sansing to name new Sports Medicine Center

The University of West Florida announces a gift commitment of more than $600,000 from Sandy Sansing to support the Sandy Sansing Need-Based Student-Athlete Scholarship and for the expansion of the Darrell Gooden Center to include a new Sports Medicine Center. With this gift, the new Sports Medicine Center will be named in his honor. “Sandy […]

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UWF announces Fall 2021 President’s, Dean’s Lists

A total of 3,082 undergraduate students enrolled during the Fall 2021 semester at the University of West Florida were named to the President’s or Dean’s Lists. The Fall 2021 President’s List features 1,366 students enrolled in at least six credit hours who earned a semester GPA of 3.90 or higher. The Fall 2021 Dean’s List […]

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UWF Haas Center, Achieve Healthy EscaRosa and Achieve Escambia launch online dashboard

The Haas Center at the University of West Florida has developed an online dashboard that provides easy, quick and simple navigation related to key indicators of community success, including health and social wellbeing, education, quality of place, economic vitality, as well as workforce and demographics. “Data visualizations shed light on opportunities to improve our community,” […]

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UWF receives $3 million NSA grant to expand the National Cybersecurity Workforce Development Program

The University of West Florida received a $3 million grant extension by the National Security Agency to expand the national cybersecurity workforce development program, CyberSkills2Work, following a successful launch of the program last year. In September 2020, the NSA awarded UWF a $6 million grant to lead a coalition of 10 institutions designated as National […]

Taher Rahgooy, a Ph.D. candidate of the intelligent systems and robotics program launched by University of West Florida and the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, became the program’s first graduate in the Fall of 2021.

UWF Intelligent Systems and Robotics program celebrates first Ph.D. graduate

Taher Rahgooy, a Ph.D. candidate of the intelligent systems and robotics program launched by University of West Florida and the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, will become the program’s first graduate at UWF’s Fall Commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 11. Rahgooy was among the initial cohort of five students to join the program when […]

UWF faculty member combines innovation and sustainability with 3D-printed materials recycling project

The University of West Florida Department of Mechanical Engineering is partnering with the UWF Haas Center Sea3D Additive Manufacturing Lab to give students hands-on experience in additive manufacturing, with an element of sustainability. Dr. Brad Regez, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, is spearheading the “3D-Printed Materials Recycling Projects” to reduce waste and decrease costs associated […]

University of West Florida student earns gold in prestigious nationwide Japanese language contest

University of West Florida student Ashton Reichard, a junior international studies major, won the gold award at Japanese Learning Inspired Vision and Engagement Talk, known as J.LIVE Talk, on Nov. 13. J.LIVE Talk is a national presentation contest administered by the Japanese program at The George Washington University annually since 2015. Reichard competed in the […]