The Research Triad Program is the brainchild of Dr. Carla Thompson, the director of the UWF Community Outreach Research and Learning Center.
Ray Eslinger and Dr. John Morgan have produced research that could help state wildlife officials curb those collisions in the future. Through their research, they have identified 376 bridges in the state that are near collision hotspots.
Data shows home ownership rates in Florida increasing as educational attainment increases.
The program, which began five years ago, pairs business executives with juniors, seniors and graduate students for one academic year.
Each of the top 25 degree programs at the University of West Florida is ranked by its graduates’ annualized wages and the percent of them employed full time within the state.
The Alabama sturgeon is critically endangered, so much so that some believed the species had become extinct.
To get that perfect job after graduation, students need to bone up on their “soft” skills.
In his new book, “Hope, Change, Pragmatism: Analyzing Obama’s Grand Strategy,” Dr. Jacob Shively, steps away from ideology and applies a framework that attempts to objectively help readers understand the administration’s approach.
The team’s research is part of the Gulf of Mexico Shark Pupping and Nursery project.
Jerry Patterson creates kinetic sculptural installations using wood, metal, glass and copper. The 63-year-old, who will graduate after completing one more class, is a retired Navy master chief.