Monday, September 16, 2019

Tech education school Iron Yard to ‘cease operations at all campuses’

A school that teaches computer coding skills in a 12-week program will cease operations at all 15 of its campuses — including its downtown Orlando campus, the school announced July 20...

UWF Center for Entrepreneurship names director

The University of West Florida announces Joel R. “Rick” Duke as founding director of the Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of West Florida College of Business. In July 2015, UWF announced...

50 years later, UWF economic engine has revved up: Guestview

Today, the University of West Florida pumps $1.1 billion into Northwest Florida’s economy each year. UWF is a critical economic engine in Northwest Florida. Our institution diversifies the local economy by providing...

StartUP FIU launches with 3 incubators and entrepreneurship accelerator program

StartUP FIU, an initiative aimed at supporting innovation among students, faculty, alumni and community members, encompasses three new incubators and an accelerator program that is accepting applications for the first cohort...

UF awarded $8 million toward Phase II of Innovation Hub

The University of Florida will receive $8 million in federal funding from the U.S. Economic Development Administration toward construction of Phase II of the Florida Innovation Hub, a 50,000-square-foot building adjoining...

How a change in the way USF promotes faculty and staff is playing out...

More patents were issued to University of South Florida than any other Florida university in 2016. With 114 new utility patents issued last year, USF ranked first among Florida universities and No....

UF/IFAS termite pioneer to be inducted into inventors hall of fame

Nan-Yao Su, the University of Florida scientist who invented the Sentricon® system for termite colony elimination, is scheduled to be inducted into the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame Oct. 2 in...
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