Todd Barry: The up-and-coming comedian, actor, and writer
answers a few questions.
Remains of the largest snake ever found suggest tropics
were hotter in the past.
Study shows when invasive species will travel
Which Amazon fruits will catch on next?
The people of CLAS know that every little bit helps.
A new program may have the answer to
Florida's math and science teacher shortage.
Grant funds development of modeling tools
for malaria elimination.
Campaign 2008: Presidential Inauguration Seminar
Wishes Darwin Happy Birthday; Marjory
Stoneman Douglas; Haitian
Creole Express; Latina Activists across Borders; A Place to Be
News correspondent, public servant, lawyer,
teacher—are just a few of the remarkable careers our alumni
From mysteries, both fiction and real, to analysis
of library performance,
the latest books by CLAS alumni are sure to thrill.
Above: CLAS scientists use the remains of largest snake ever
found to estimate the climate 60 million years ago. Photo by Timothy
The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at the University of Florida
is the largest college on campus, with more than 700 faculty members
responsible for teaching the majority of the university's core curriculum
to at least 35,000 students each year. CLAS has more than 12,000 undergraduate
students pursuing a variety of disciplines through its 35 majors and
45 minors. Additionally, nearly 2,000 graduate students are attaining
advanced degrees in the college.
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