The University of West Florida will host the sixth annual Alumni Scholarship Classic tournament Friday, Sept. 28 at Scenic Hills Country Club. All of the proceeds from the tournament will fund UWF student scholarships. Last year, the tournament raised $8,300, for a total of $36,000 over a six-year period. “The Annual Alumni Scholarship Classic has […]
The University of West Florida is listed as one of the Great Colleges to Work For, according to a survey recently released by The Chronicle of Higher Education. The results are based on a survey of 47,000 participants from 294 colleges and universities. Only 103 institutions gained recognition for specific best practices and policies. The […]
UWF Office of Economic Development and Engagement partners with state, community and Navy Federal Credit Union to bring jobs to the region
The Office of Economic Development and Engagement at the University of West Florida announces the funding of $680,000 for the addition of 700 jobs at Navy Federal Credit Union. This is the first economic development announcement that includes funding from the Industry Recruitment, Retention & Expansion Fund Grant Program (IRREF). This program is available to […]
The University of West Florida is hosting the inaugural teacher training session at the National Flight Academy (NFA) USS Argo, the first Super Aviation Classroom Experience (ACE) facility. The training will take place July 30 through August 3 in Building 77, Room 145 at the UWF main campus. The training program, developed at UWF, will […]
Caleb Waller is majoring in business at the University of West Florida (UWF), taking summer classes and is interested in videography. He and his friend Sean Cullen, are currently working on a Federal Government contract to produce informational videos for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA). The contract will total more than $54,000. The […]
Glenn Rohrer, Ph.D., chair of the Social Work Department at the University of West Florida (UWF), has been awarded a $5.04 million grant over five years to fund mental and behavioral health treatment and longer-term supportive services to people and communities affected by the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. Rohrer is the project leader of the […]
The 2012 National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) Annual Conference honored UWF’s Jeff Schmitt, associate director of Recreation and Sports Services, with the Region II Horace Moody Award. The Horace Moody Award recognizes and applauds professional members who have made contributions to student development by their encouragement, support and performance. “Jeff’s motivation and involvement in NIRSA […]
Dr. Gayle Baugh, associate professor, Management/MIS, has been appointed editor of the prestigious journal titled “Group and Organization Management” for a period of three years from Jan. 1, 2012 to Dec. 31, 2014. The journal, published by Sage Publications group, focuses on articles that extend management and organization theory and addresses practitioner implications. The journal […]
The 7th edition of Jane Halonen’s college textbook, “Your Guide to College Success” was recently published. The book is currently used in UWF’s freshmen Academic Foundations class, and is a “you can do this” guide to surviving college, according to Halonen, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. “This book is for students trying […]
Stacie Whinnery’s fully online course, EEX4255 – Curriculum for Teaching Students with Exceptionalities, was reviewed and recognized by an external Quality Matters (QM) Peer Review Team as having met quality expectations in online course design. In order to meet Quality Matters review expectations, courses must receive a minimum of 85 percent of the total possible points. […]
Cadet Stephen John Voline will graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in public relations. Cadet Voline will be commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Military Intelligence Corps and will report to Basic Officer Leaders Course training at Fort Huachuca, AZ.
Susan Harrell, associate professor of Legal Studies, was the winner of the “2011 Excellence in Teaching Competition” held in Baltimore, Md., at the national conference of the American Association for Paralegal Education held Nov. 2 through 5. This competition is sponsored by Delmar Cengage Learning and is accompanied by a $500 prize.