Study: Low Birth Weight Linked to Overprotective Parenting, Problems in Adulthood

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.

UWF History Class Delves Into Pensacola Research

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.

UWF Departments Provide Awareness Education for Local Registered Nurses

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.

Archaeologists Learning More about Pensacola’s Pre-Luna Period

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.

Pooley: Renters on the Rise in Escambia and Santa Rosa

There has been a steep rise in those renting rather than buying.

National Writing Project Continues to Inspire Pensacola-Area Teachers

This is the third summer in a row that the University of West Florida has been an official National Writing Project site.

UWF Camp Teaches Students About Health-Related Careers

The camp is put together to introduce students to professions associated with the health-related programs within the Usha Kundu, MD, College of Health.

Changing Technology Leads Evolving Cybersecurity Strategy

Part of Shively’s research is to determine if there is a disconnect between those making the national policy decisions and those working on the ground in the cybersecurity field.

CEPS Research Fellows Paper Accepted for Presentation

The conference, “Higher Education’s Role in Addressing the Global Crisis,” is set for Oct. 12-14 in New Orleans.

Probation Simulation Project Offers Students Insight Into Justice System

The students learn not only effective techniques for managing offender behavior but a chance to explore probation from the other side.

UWF Art Students Design Motif for Mosaic Tile Bench

The bench was recently installed outside the Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering on the Pensacola Campus.

Anthropologists Testing Recovery Methods for Artifacts

The study compares two methods used to recover precious artifacts.