Around Campus / Fall 2022


The Oiler Women’s Golf Team gave an outstanding performance this year as they rounded off their undefeated season by taking home the NCAA Division II National Championship. Along with their stellar performance on the green, six team members also received WGCA All-American Scholar Honors for their achievements in the classroom.


UF Dining Services has partnered with Kiwibot to bring food delivery robots to campus as an innovative and affordable delivery option for on-campus dining and Virtual Dining Concepts like Mr. Beast Burger, Pardon My Cheesesteak, and Buddy V’s Cake Slices.


Having recently received accreditation from the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships Accreditation Commission, UF’s College Credit Plus is now one of only two accredited concurrent enrollment programs in Ohio.


The College of Pharmacy was recently ranked as number one in the state and the country for residency placement by the American Society of Health System Pharmacists and the National Matching Services.


University of Findlay’s Mazza Museum held a STEAM camp for children grades fifth through eighth. Themed “DNA Forensics,” students discovered how science, technology, engineering, art, and math can help them learn about the world around them as they uncovered a mystery at the Museum.


All Hazards Training Center created the Safer Ohio Schools Using Threat Assessment Management course for Ohio schools. This course aligns with Ohio’s SAVE Students Act which requires every school in the state to create a threat assessment team which must participate in an approved threat assessment training program.


Kimberly Williams, MBA, J.D.

Following the retirement of Tom Lause, Kimberly Williams, MBA, J.D., has been named Vice President of Business Affairs, Treasurer, beginning May 1, 2022. Formerly, she served as the Assistant Vice President for Administrative and Business Services at Middle Tennessee State University.

Anne Kenworthy, Ed. D.

Anne Kenworthy, Ed.D. was named Vice President of Enrollment Management and Marketing in August. She came to UF from Memphis, TN where she served as Vice President for Enrollment Management and Dean of Admissions at Christian Brothers University.