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UWF hosts GenCyber Cybersecurity camp for Girl Scouts

The University of West Florida Center for Cybersecurity gave Cadette Girl Scouts a unique opportunity to earn three badges while exploring the field of cybersecurity through one of its GenCyber summer camps in June. The UWF GenCyber Journey in Cybersecurity camp, funded through the National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation GenCyber Program, aims […]

UWF faculty and several alumni assist with teaching and reading to children at the Children's Defense Fund Freedom School of the Central Gulf Coast on June 24, 2021 at St. Christopher's Episcopal Church in Pensacola, Florida.

‘Freedom School’ empowers young students through literacy and cultural education

Some local children are spending their summer gaining reading skills and cultural knowledge at Central Gulf Coast’s Freedom Schools. Thirty children in grades kindergarten through five are benefiting from the six-week summer literacy and cultural enrichment program. In just its second year, the program received over 100 applicants this year, more than three times the […]

Nathan Thrower, senior professional accountancy and finance double major, accepted an offer for an accountant position at Andrews Research and Education Foundation upon completion of his Fall 2020 internship.

Kugelman Honors Program, Andrews Institute Research and Education Foundation partner to create internship opportunities for UWF’s best and brightest

The Kugelman Honors Program and Andrews Institute Research and Education Foundation are collaborating to offer the University of West Florida’s brightest students a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity through a flagship internship program. Each semester, between four and seven UWF students in the Kugelman Honors Program are selected for internships in biomedical research, marketing or accounting. Dr. Gregory […]

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Message from the President: Derek Chauvin Verdict

We recognize that over the past few weeks, many members of our University community have felt a mix of emotions awaiting the outcome of the trial of Derek Chauvin. The guilty verdict does not make up for George Floyd’s murder or the feelings of anguish, fear and frustration felt by so many of us in […]

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