Peterman is an author and leader in the movement to engage more Americans of color in the enjoyment and protection of our public lands system.
TESI is excited to be partnering with the UF Levin College of Law to host this year’s conference with the theme, “Rights of Nature: Defending our Biosphere.”
In her classes, Andrea Lucky takes a hands-on approach to activities. She enjoys helping students take charge of their own learning so her teaching style.
Take on the role of eight different pollinator groups like bats, bees, beetles and butterflies in this bilingual immersive exhibit.
Rosalyn Rohling, a fifth-grade teacher from Pensacola, discovered a tooth from a horse that went extinct 2 million years ago.
Review our tips and tricks for celebrating in a way that’s friendly to the environment we all depend on.
“Broader Impacts of Science on Society” provides scientists with a how-to guide for educational and outreach activities.
Ennes will work with faculty and educators to develop and assess programs that help increase the public’s understanding of science.
This FREE event on October 6 features a talk by best-selling author Andrea Wulf and a special performance by the Gainesville Master Chorale.
Join us and UF’s Office of Research for a Reddit Ask Me Anything session about honeybees on Monday, Sept. 30 at 2 p.m. EST!