University of West Florida professor Brian Elzweig didn’t set out to study tattoos. Elzweig, assistant professor in the UWF Department of Accounting and Finance, had previously written about how prospective employees’ social media profiles affected companies’ hiring policies. His interest in body modification and the workplace began because his much younger brother-in-law, who knew of […]
Julianna O’Bar said she got to experience a “sampler plate” of research while taking part in a five-week course in which she and other college students were able to travel across Florida to study water quality issues. “I’m getting to see a lot of different ecosystems in Florida,” said O’Bar, a senior majoring in marine […]
The research of almost 900 students spanning five academic colleges was on display April 18 at the annual the University of West Florida Student Scholars Symposium and Faculty Research Showcase at UWF’s Pensacola Campus. The symposium, which was organized by the Office of Undergraduate Research, was held at the University Commons Conference Center, the Center […]
The Research Triad Program is the brainchild of Dr. Carla Thompson, the director of the UWF Community Outreach Research and Learning Center.
The course, Gulf Coast Business Issues: Lionfish Markets, will be taught by Dr. Bill Huth and Dr. Felicia Morgan in the College of Business.
Thomas Asmuth used a “photo dolly” to take bursts of underwater photographs at various distances from a solid backdrop to measure water turbidity.
The study examined 81 extremely low birth weight survivors born from 1977 to 1982 who were matched with 87 people who were born with a normal birth weight who have been followed since that time.
Members of “Local History” Summer course, which includes graduate and undergraduate students, recently presented research results at a symposium at the Voices of Pensacola Museum.
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.
There has been a steep rise in those renting rather than buying.
This is the third summer in a row that the University of West Florida has been an official National Writing Project site.