UWF studies lionfish impacts through citizen science project at Escambia and Santa Rosa County schools
[UWF Newsroom article/press release] As part of an ongoing partnership designed to promote STEM education through hands-on learning, more than 900 students at seven area secondary schools have taken part in research to better understand the diet of lionfish, a highly invasive species that first appeared in the northern Gulf of Mexico in 2010.
Science teachers at participating schools first completed a four-day workshop led by the UWF Center for Environmental Diagnostics and Bioremediation. With the center’s ongoing support, the ...
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University of West Florida nursing students are using fun and games to teach Escambia County School children the value of skin protection.
The rate of melanoma, the most serious type of skin cancer caused primarily by UV exposure, increased from nearly 16 percent to nearly 25 percent from 2004 to 2014, according to the Florida Cancer Data System. Local children are at high risk due to the extreme UV rays from Florida's hot sun.
In response, the University of West Florida Usha Kundu, MD Colleg...
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.--(Business Wire)--Regions Financial Corporation (NYSE:RF) today announced acommitment of $75,000 over five years to fund two Regions- UNCFScholarships, as well as plans to establish