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A Note From the Dean

A Note From the Dean

The University of Florida is on the rise, now a top five public university, and our college continues to lead in this effort. This reflects the commitment of our faculty and staff to educational excellence, research innovation and student success.

Together we are focused on winning the battle against addiction, improving the quality of life for those suffering from debilitating neurological, cardiovascular and muscular disease, and helping span cultural divides through tourism and sport.

The future looks bright – I'm confident that our college and The Gator Nation will continue to rise above and move the world forward.

I wish you all the best this holiday season.

Go Gators!

Fall 2021

News and Updates


2021 College Impact Report

The 2021 college impact report highlighting our accomplishments over the past year and showcases the commitment of our faculty and staff to educational excellence, research innovation and student success. 

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US News & World Report Ranks UF Fifth Among Top Public Universities

After five consecutive years of ascension, the University of Florida’s performance has positioned UF among the nation’s top five ranked public universities, according to the 2022 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings released this fall, marking an extraordinary milestone in the university’s history. 

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Meet the Newest Members of the Faculty and Staff

This fall, the College of Health and Human Performance welcomes new tenure track and teaching-track faculty to the college, and several new staff members.

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For UF and HHP, Another Year of Record-Breaking Generosity

UF raised an all-time record $562 million last fiscal year, as the university nears the end of its eight-year Go Greater campaign. The more than 176,000 gifts UF received in FY’21 from alumni and friends will enable the university to continue its climb as one of the nation’s best public universities.

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Research News


New Health Education and Behavior Research Focuses on Improving Participation in Research Trials

Danielle Jake-Schoffman, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Health Education and Behavior, recently published “Methods-Motivational Interviewing Approach for Enhanced Retention and Attendance” in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, looking at how an in-depth orientation for prospective participants can benefit clinical trials of behavioral interventions.

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HIV Drug Shows Potential to Combat Genetic Form of Dystonia in Preclinical Study

A new study found that an FDA-approved medication to treat HIV restored multiple brain abnormalities in a mouse model of a genetic form of dystonia.

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Your Gift Makes a Difference


Help us celebrate the 75th anniversary of the College of Health & Human Performance by including HHP in your estate plans. We're only 18 gifts away!

When you make a planned gift, you become a member of the UF Legacy Society. Membership is one way UF is able to thank you during your lifetime.

Learn how to begin your UF legacy now. Contact Lesley Thurston-Watt.


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