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Tune in to new podcast to Keep Growing at UF

A new “Keep Growing at UF” podcast features trainings produced by UF Training & Organizational Development presented in an audio format so you can listen and learn at your convenience. The series outlines key skills faculty and staff can develop, as individuals and as leaders, that are critical for navigating these times and for flourishing over […]

New sessions added to virtual training courses

At UF, times of change and uncertainty are also times to connect with colleagues throughout the university and to find ways to work, collaborate and lead better. Since mid-March, UF Training & Organizational Development has had more than 2,400 completions of its “Keep Growing” virtual training courses, webinars and community sharing sessions. As one participant noted, the offerings […]

Upcoming workshops provide strategies for managing stress

Without the resources and capacities to deal with stress, we can experience negative effects, including reduced mental health and well-being. Two upcoming workshops offered online are designed to help. On May 20 at noon, tune in for Tools to Handle Stress, a UF Employee Assistance Program webinar that will focus on specific, practical activities to reduce stress. Whatever […]

Free education offered in partnership with Coursera

The Office of Professional and Workforce Development (OPWD) has partnered with Coursera to offer the COVID19 Access Free Education (CAFE) program. From now through July 31, the UF community (including high school students) can take advantage of more than 3,500-course offerings on the Coursera platform by completing a short, three-question form that collects your name, email […]

Enroll now in upcoming Financial Literacy and Retirement Education workshops

Enroll now in upcoming Financial Literacy and Retirement Education workshops Maybe the recently announced COVID-19 retirement incentive for TEAMS staff caught your eye, or maybe you’re still paying off those student loans from years ago. Maybe it’s time to take control of your finances or find out more about Medicare. UF’s Financial Literacy and Retirement […]

Health Science Center Library workshops available online

The UF Health Science Center Library will offer a selection of free online workshops for the summer. In addition to popular citation management, database searching and data management workshops, the library’s new offerings include workhops on COVID-19, reproducibility and research ethics. Register now. >>

Which research topics would you like to learn more about?

This summer, UF Research Integrity will be offering a series of interactive workshops covering a variety of Research Integrity and Responsible Conduct of Research topics of interest to faculty, staff and students who conduct research or support UF’s research enterprise. Most workshops will last 1-2 hours and will be available on Zoom. You can weigh […]

A free resource for UF’s French-speaking community

RetroNews, the press site of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, is providing unlimited free access through May 31. The site offers access to nearly 600 press titles published between 1631 and 1950. Access the site here.

When the benefits of asking for help outweigh the risks

When the benefits of asking for help outweigh the risks In a recent article, Natalie Dean, a UF assistant professor of biostatistics specializing in infectious disease, and others discuss how asking for help can be a calculated risk to take for the sake of sanity. “The key is thinking about your network and your bubble and […]

UF EAP offers telehealth counseling when you need it

As an alternative to traditional face-to-face counseling, UF’s Employee Assistance Program offers video, telephone and online chat options that are especially beneficial during these times. If you or a member of your household needs someone to talk to, you can access services 24/7 by calling the UF EAP’s toll-free number, (833) 306-0103, or by visiting […]