Dental Remains Help Archaeologists Identify Immigrants in Roman Ruins

Little is known about the swath of less well-to-do citizens who accounted for the bulk of the Roman empire’s population.

Dr. Jim Jipson speaks to crowd during the Rite of Passage lecture series at The Art Gallery at UWF.

UWF Professor Stresses Importance of Arts at Rite of Passage Lecture

Jim Jipson has served as chair of the University of West Florida’s Department of Art and was the first director for the Center of Fine and Performing Arts. His stunning artwork has been featured at galleries across the country.

‌Rachel Richardson, recently raised money to do clean up dives on artificial reefs in Pensacola. She along with other volunteers set up a GoFundMe page and raised enough donation money to take a dive trip down to the USS Massachusetts. They collected and removed 320 lbs. and 14 oz. of debris from the site.

UWF Student Leads Effort to Clean Historic Pensacola Shipwreck

Rachel Richardson had long heard that the historic battleship USS Massachusetts partially submerged off the coast of Pensacola had become inundated with trash.

Professor and post doctoral scholar work on project in the lab.

Youngil Lee Explores Many Benefits of Exercise

Dr. Youngil Lee spends weekday mornings teaching University of West Florida students. He spends many afternoons in his molecular and cellular exercise physiology laboratory located in the Department of Exercise Science and Community Health.

James Frazier and his team present their RSS recomendation project in Dr. Eman El-Sheikh’s class in the College of Science & Engineering.

AI Course Innovates at UWF

Predicting stock prices and giving a tour of a building are very different tasks. But University of West Florida students last semester used the same tool – artificial intelligence – to accomplish both of them.

Students dissect lionfish to look for prey items during marine biology class.

Researchers, Restaurateurs Tackle Lionfish Problem

While it may be beautiful in a home aquarium, the aggressive and fast-reproducing lionfish is wreaking havoc in the ocean ecosystem and endangering reef habitats.

Dr. Bhuvaneswari Ramachandran, assistant professor in the University of West Florida Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, focuses her research on sustainable and renewable energy sources.

UWF Professor Searches For Efficient Power Generation

In Bhuvaneswari Ramachandran’s hometown in India, power went out for a week as rain pelted the region. But it was monsoon season, when blackouts are a regular occurrence.

Dr. Jennifer Feltman, art history professor, teaches students as they build a half scale model of a medieval cathedral.

Hands On Learning Builds Students’ Mastery of Concepts

About 25 students milled around the lawn outside the University of West Florida Center for Fine and Performing Arts Nov. 20 offering suggestions and asking questions as they created a one-fifth scale model of a medieval cathedral.

Graduate student Maddeline Voas 3D prints a sacrum with spina bifida at the University of West Florida in Pensacola, Florida.

UWF Uses 3-D Technology To Recreate History

Hours after the discovery of a new species of human ancestor was announced, Dr. Kristina Killgrove was able to put replicas of bones from the landmark archaeological find in the hands of her students.

Roy Hunt presenting at Experience UWF Downtown Lecture Series with “A Tale of Two Cities: Historic Preservation in Pensacola and St. Augustine.

St. Augustine Takes Preservation Cues From Pensacola

When St. Augustine needed a solution for how to maintain and manage its state-owned historic properties, a successful model was already in place to follow in Pensacola under the stewardship of the University of West Florida.

The intersection of Spring and West Garden streets in downtown Pensacola, near the Washerwoman Creek bed.

Residents Seek BP Funding to Create Walkable Riverfront in Downtown Pensacola

Sept. 30 is the final deadline for those wishing to submit projects for RESTORE funding. With only two weeks left to apply, one group of residents is proposing an innovative solution to address downtown Pensacola’s stormwater problems.

Stock photo of baby in hospital nursery.

Even in Infancy, Racial Inequality a Stain on American Life

In Escambia County, children born to minority parents are more than twice as likely as their white peers to die before their first birthday.