Consider applying to be a UF Humanities Engagement Scholar and complete humanities courses and participate in the planning, preparation, and/or execution of humanities events at UF, in Gainesville, and beyond.
Enroll in ALS 3110: Collegiate Master Gardener for Spring 2024! This course is ideal for students interested in home gardening, community gardening, community development, public health, public education, Extension, urban sociology, urban landscape design, and sustainability.
Enroll in IDS 4930: Environment and Politics in the Middle East (POS 4931/ASH3931) for Spring 2024! This award-winning course analyzes the Middle East through the lens of political ecology and politicizes the conflicts, conditions, and outcomes that pertain to environmental phenomena in the region.
We are excited to introduce a course that delves into the critical intersection of climate change and insect biodiversity. In a world grappling with environmental challenges, this course will equip you with the knowledge and tools to understand and address the pressing issues surrounding these two interconnected subjects.
If you’re an underrepresented STEM student and are interested in attending graduate school, apply for the FGLSAMP and gain access to a stipend, professional development, mentorship, and networking opportunities.
Apply for the Colburn Student Opportunity Fund, which provides need-based support to undergraduate students who have secured experiential learning opportunities in civic engagement, public leadership, public policy, and public service beyond the confines of the Alachua County community.
If you want to learn about sustainable agriculture, grow food for our community, and participate in farm chores, volunteer with Field and Fork!
If you’d like to get transferable work experience by working with an environmental nonprofit actively combating climate change, apply to join the We Are Neutral team!
Considering working in the outdoor industry? Earn a certificate with the National Association for Interpretation (NAI) and kickstart your career!
This certificate covers a variety of geospatial technologies and analytical methods such as digital mapping, geographic information system (GIS), and remotely sensed image processing, aiming to develop spatial thinking ability for students.