Research in the Air
Construction of a rare research lab, the sixth of its kind in the world, is currently underway at the All Hazards Training Center. This enclosure will allow for the study and examination of the connections between the environment and human health by helping researchers examine the effects of atmospheric processes on pollutants.
And the award goes to…
UF’s Oiler Mobile App won the title of Best Student Engagement App and was nominated as one of the Best Overall Apps at the fourth annual “Appademy Awards”, hosted by Modo Labs.
The Division of Advancement celebrated the centennial of the Women’s Suffrage Movement through a virtual, multidisciplinary presentation as well as a dedicated exhibition in the Catherine Freed Galleria at University of Findlay’s Mazza Museum.
Heard it on the Radio(logic)
The University added an Online Master of Science in Radiologic Sciences degree to its graduate school offerings. The program features advanced training in the fields of positron emission tomography (PET), computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance (MR).
Homecoming was Virtually Fantastic
UF’s Virtual Homecoming was a fantastic Celebration of Oiler Nation! From the Alumni Award Ceremony to the Virtual 5K to the Oiler Nation Drive-Thru, this new and necessary approach to Homecoming was one to remember!
Students have a new “hang out” as the newly established hammock park between Fox and Myers was created for fall semester.
Put Your Hands Together for UF Pharmacy!
Through a partnership with University of Toledo, UF College of Pharmacy students were able to get hands-on experience administering COVID-19 tests. Third-year pharmacy student Erica Hamilton said that, as a result, she’s been able to take on an active role during this crisis, even though still a student.
Derrick the Oiler has been on regular “MASK”ot Patrol, rewarding students around campus who have been following the Oiler Start Safe & Stay Safe guidelines by masking-up and practicing physical distancing.
Well, that’s just the best!
Findlay was named to U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best National University Rankings, where factors were taken into consideration like graduation and retention rates, social mobility, faculty resources, student selectivity, and financial resources for students.
Caught on Tape
Students of the 2D Visual Fundamentals classes used masking tape to do a blind contour drawing of a classmate by not looking at their paper or lifting their pencil. The drawings were then translated to the side of Shafer Library.