- Iunivesite o Florida
Iunivesite o Florida
Iunivesite o Florida e se faalapotopotoga a le Malo ua faavaeina i 1853.
totogi pili i le Iunivesite o Florida e $30,000 (Aprox.).
O le Iunivesite o Florida e uiga i le lua maila mai le taulaga Gainesville, toetoe lava o se taulaga kolisi faamalosia e le aoga 50,000 tamaiti o le vasega. O le au taaalo Florida Gators tauva i le Conference NCAA Vaega ou sautesasae, ma ua lagolagoina e mascots Albert ma Alberta le Alligators. O le au lakapi Gator, lea tauva i Ben Hill Stadium Griffin - e masani ona taʻua o le “O le taufusi” - O aemaise lauiloa. O le 'au na avea ai le igoa foi o taaloga lauiloa inu Gatorade i 1966, ina ua uma freshmen faataitaia Gators ma le meainu tala na tusia. O le faaletausaga Gator gū, faia faaiuga o le vaiaso toe taliu taitasi, ua taʻua o le tele aoga-taufetuli faapotopoto pep i le lalolagi. E tusa o le 15 pasene o tamaiti o loo aofia ai i le 60-faaopoopo fraternities ma sororities a le aoga. te le Freshmen e ola i luga o le lotoa, e ui lava e uiga i 80 pasene opt e faia. e mafai ona aai i tamaiti aoga uma i le po Gator, faia o Aso Faraile uma, lea ofoina saoloto faafiafiaga po-tuai ma se saoloto "vaeluaga o le po aiga o le taeao."
ua lelei manatu i polokalame faauu e le aoga e ala i le aoga inisinia, Hough Graduate School of Business,Levin College o le Tulafono ma le Kolisi o Faafomai. O le iunivesite ua foi tuufaatasia nuu ma afioaga litaea kamoki Oak, mea e mafai ona galulue tamaiti, internships atoatoa i le faasaienisi o le soifua maloloina ma maua le faufautua. faauu lauiloa o le Iunivesite o Florida e aofia ai lagona o le televise toe faaleleia le fale Bob Vila, manumalo Heisman togi Steve Spurrier ma muamua U.S. uiga. Bob Graham ma Mack Connie.
aoga / kolisi / matagaluega / vasega / mafaufau
AGRICULTURAL AND LIFE SCIENCES
i 21 undergraduate majors, sili atu 50 areas of specialization and 23 graduate majors, the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) is dedicated to developing knowledge in agriculture, human and natural resources, le faasaienisi olaga, as well as enhancing and sustaining the quality of human life.
Fostering creative activity, scholarly artistic excellence and innovation across disciplines, the College of the Arts is committed to developing critical thinking, inspiring a culture of curiosity and imagination, and opening windows to a wider world.
BUSINESS, WARRINGTON COLLEGE
Through creating influential research and educating tomorrow’s business leaders, the Warrington College of Business Administration aims to build a better society through better business.
With an innovative educational program, the College of Dentistry is committed to cultural diversity, mauaga, the transfer of scientific knowledge and the highest degree of service, clinical excellence and patient care.
mamanu, CONSTRUCTION AND PLANNING
The College of Design, Construction and Planning is one of the largest design, planning and construction institutions in the country with more than 1,500 students and five independent professional disciplines. Through initiatives like the construction of LEED-certified buildings and the plan to make UF carbon neutral by 2025, the college is making a sustainable energy future for Florida and the world a better place.
Collaborating to solve critical educational and human problems in a diverse global community, the College of Education prepares exemplary practitioners and scholars to generate, use and spread knowledge about teaching, learning and human development. This knowledge comes to life with real-world research at P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School, where we can see education changing real lives.
inisinia, HERBERT WERTHEIM COLLEGE
i 9 matagaluega, 15 polokalame tikeri, ma e sili atu 20 centers and institutes, the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering is producing leaders and problem-solvers who take a multidisciplinary approach to engineering. Through a human-centered approach to innovation and discovery, UF is working on the leading edge of technology to create the engineers the world needs most.
HEALTH AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE
The College of Health and Human Performance is unlocking human potential through advancing research and enhancing quality of life. Through a broader base and a fuller understanding of the human condition, UF is promoting health, preventing disease, and pushing for greater understanding for a greater world.
JOURNALISM AND COMMUNICATIONS
The College of Journalism and Communications is dedicated to advancing the value, faiga, and understanding of journalism and communications in a democratic society.
LAW, LEVIN COLLEGE
The Levin College of Law is dedicated to advancing human dignity, social welfare and justice through knowledge of law.
LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES
Faatasi ai ma le sili atu nai lo 700 faculty members responsible for teaching the majority of the university’s core curriculum, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) continually expands our knowledge and practice in the most fundamental areas of the arts, humanities, faasaienisi lautele, and natural and mathematical sciences.
Comprised of first-rate medical facilities and well-trained physicians, the College of Medicine is training the next generation of physicians to serve the healthcare needs of the people, lead the research that leads to life-changing discoveries, and ensure a healthy future for Florida and the world.
Through dynamic programs of research and creative approaches to practice, the College of Nursing is preparing nurses for leadership as clinicians, scientists and educators. Through a program focused on collaboration, research and quality care, UF is making a greater impact on people’s lives.
Consistently ranked among the top colleges and schools of pharmacy in the nation, the College of Pharmacy is leading in pharmacy research and service. With a focus on improving health through advancing research, UF is striving to create better medicine and a better world.
PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS
With a new educational model that focuses on the integration of public health problem-solving and individual patient care, the College of Public Health and Health Professions is committed to preserving, promoting and improving the health and well being of populations, communities and individuals.
The College of Veterinary Medicine is advancing the health and welfare of animals and developing future leaders of the veterinary medical profession. Through a dynamic, collaborative research program, UF is working to create a better world for human- and animal-kind alike.
The University of Florida traces its origins to 1853, when the East Florida Seminary, the oldest of the University of Florida’s four predecessor institutions, was founded in Ocala, Florida.
i Ianuari 6, 1853, Governor Thomas Brown signed a bill that provided public support for higher education in the state of Florida. Gilbert Kingsbury was the first person to take advantage of the legislation, and established the East Florida Seminary, which operated until the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861. The East Florida Seminary was Florida’s first state-supported institution of higher learning.
James Henry Roper, an educator from North Carolina and a state senator from Alachua County, had opened a school in Gainesville, the Gainesville Academy, i 1858. i 1866, Roper offered his land and school to the State of Florida in exchange for the relocation of the East Florida Seminary to Gainesville.
The second major precursor to the University of Florida was the Florida Agricultural College, established at Lake City by Jordan Probst in 1884. Florida Agricultural College became the state’s first land-grant college under the Morrill Act. i 1903, the Florida Legislature, desiring to expand the school’s outlook and curriculum beyond its agricultural and engineering origins, changed the name of Florida Agricultural College to the “Iunivesite o Florida,” a name the school would hold for only two years.
i 1905, the Florida Legislature passed the Buckman Act, which consolidated the state’s publicly supported higher education institutions. The member of the legislature who wrote the act, Henry Holland Buckman, later became the namesake of Buckman Hall, one of the university’s oldest buildings. The Buckman Act organized the State University System of Florida and created the Florida Board of Control to govern the system. The act abolished the six pre-existing state-supported institutions of higher education, and consolidated the assets and academic programs of four of them to form the new “University of the State of Florida.” The four predecessor institutions consolidated to form the new university included the University of Florida at Lake City (formerly Florida Agricultural College) in Lake City, le East Florida Seminary in Gainesville, le St. Petersburg Normal and Industrial School i St. Petersburg, ma le South Florida Military College in Bartow.
The Buckman Act also consolidated the colleges and schools into three institutions segregated by race and gender—the University of the State of Florida for white men, the Florida Female College for white women, and the State Normal School for Colored Students for African-American men and women.
The City of Gainesville, led by its Mayor William Reuben Thomas, campaigned to be home to the new university. i Iulai 6, 1905, the Board of Control selected Gainesville for the new university campus. Andrew Sledd, president of the pre-existing University of Florida at Lake City, was selected to be the first president of the new University of the State of Florida. le 1905-1906 academic year was a year of transition; the new University of the State of Florida was legally created, but operated on the campus of the old University of Florida in Lake City until the first buildings on the new campus in Gainesville were complete. Architect William A. Edwards designed the first official campus buildings in the Collegiate Gothic style. Classes began on the new Gainesville campus on September 26, 1906, i 102 tamaiti lesitala.
i 1909, the school’s name was officially simplified from the “University of the State of Florida” to the “University of Florida.”
The alligator was incidentally chosen as the school mascot in 1911, after a local vendor ordered and sold school pennants with an alligator emblem imprinted on them. The school colors, orange and blue, are believed to be derived from the blue and white school colors of the Florida Agricultural College in Lake City and the orange and black colors of the East Florida Seminary at Gainesville.
i 1909, Albert Murphree was appointed the university’s second president, and organized several of the colleges of the university, increased enrollment from under 200 to over 2,000, and he was instrumental in the founding of the Florida Blue Key leadership society. Murphree is the only University of Florida president honored with a statue on the campus.
i 1924, the Florida Legislature mandated women of a “mature age” (at least twenty-one years old) who had completed sixty semester hours from a “reputable educational institution” would be allowed to enroll during regular semesters at the University of Florida in programs that were unavailable at Florida State College for Women. Before this, only the summer semester was coeducational, to accommodate women teachers who wanted to further their education during the summer break. Lassie Goodbread-Black from Lake City became the first woman to enroll at the University of Florida, in the College of Agriculture in 1925.
John J. Tigert became the third university president in 1928. Disgusted by the under-the-table payments being made by universities to athletes, Tigert established the grant-in-aid athletic scholarship program in the early 1930s, which was the genesis of the modern athletic scholarship plan that is used by the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
i 1985, the University of Florida was invited to join the Association of American Universities (AAU), an organization of sixty-two academically prominent public and private research universities in the United States and Canada. Florida is one of the seventeen public, land-grant universities that belong to the AAU. i 2009, President Bernie Machen and theUniversity of Florida Board of Trustees announced a major policy transition for the university. The Board of Trustees supported the reduction in the number of undergraduates and the shift of financial and other academic resources to graduate education and research.
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