Friday, May 16, 2014

UF/IFAS in the news, 5/15

Good morning! Today’s UF/IFAS news roundup:


UF/IFAS is crawling with excitement as annual Bug Week nears


UF to Dedicate New Equine Sports Performance Complex


FDACS Pesticide Licensing Exam Session Set for June 3


Lovestrand named new county extension agent (Franklin)


Speeches garner awards (Wakulla 4-H)



Other news:


Why more seniors are going back to college – to retire (UF/IFAS greenhouse in footage)


Florida expecting another strong year of avocadoes


Captain and 3 Officers Charged with Murder in Korean Ferry Sinking


Boy hails cat Tara that saved him from dog: 'She's a hero!'  (apologies – couldn’t resist)


Want to Know If Your Food Is Genetically Modified?


Breakfast cereals loaded with too much sugar for U.S. kids -report


Florida lawmakers push changes for higher education, with mixed results


Union says UF moving too fast in filling faculty spots


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