UF @ SF Events Feb. 12-14

Tuesday, February 12th , 3:30-5:00 p.m.

Building Construction in Brazil Information Session

Dr. Rosane Gomes Battistelle earned a master’s degree in Civil Engineering and a doctoral degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of Sao Paulo (2002). She later completed a postdoctoral degree in the area of new materials at the University of Aveiro- Portugal (2010). She has been teaching at the State University of Sao Paulo since 1997. Her recent research and publications have explored topics such as sustainable civil engineering practices, household solid waste management, organic waste treatment and biodegradable packaging. Her presentation at Santa Fe will provide an overview of sustainable building practices in Brazil.

Wednesday, February 13th, 1:30-3:30 p.m.

College of Education Walk-in Advising

Aaron Ganas, advisor for the UF College of Education, will provide walk-in advising. Now is the time to review your application for summer/fall semester and get all the information you need to be a successful applicant

Wednesday, February 13th, 1:30-3:30 p.m.

 UF Biological Engineering (College of Agricultural and Life Sciences) Walk-In Advising

Walk-in advising by advisor Robin Snyder for biological engineering. BE is an area of study and career which can impact the necessities of life – food, water, and environmental safety. Biological Engineering applies engineering principles to biological sciences to produce biofuels, food, feed, fiber and other agricultural products from renewable bio-resources. It also aims to protect the environment and conserve and replenish our natural resources and engineer environmentally sustainable packaging solutions for the consumer and food industries.

Wednesday, February 13th, 1:30-3:30 p.m.

UF Agricultural Operations Management Walk-In Advising

Walk-in advising for the Agricultural Operations Management degree, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, provided by advisor Robin Snyder in the UF@SF Center, HA132. This is a great major for students interested in ag business and relates to other areas such as science, construction and even engineering.

Thursday, February 14th, 1:30-3:30 p.m.

UF Family, Youth and Community Sciences Walk-In Advising

Walk-in advising for the Family, Youth and Community Sciences degree,  College of Agricultural and Life Sciences,  provided by advisor Kathryn Ivey. This is a great major for students who want a profession of helping others and are interested in community involvement, development and leadership.

Thursday, February 14th, 2:00-4:00 p.m.

UF Food and Resource Economics Walk-In Advising

Walk-in advising for the Food and Resource Economics major, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. Find out information on their two specializations, Food & Agribusiness Market and Management and International Food and Resource Economics. For additional questions come see advisor Jermaine Dunn.