UF - a learning community for students
from around the world
On April 4, 2014, the Alumni Memorial Union was transformed into an "international marketplace," with
offerings of food and cultural displays from several countries. (Above) Dr. Katherine Fell enjoys the company
of one of the children representing student families from Saudi Arabia. (Below) Dr. Fell joins several Saudi students for dinner before visiting the other booths. The evening began with samplings
of international cuisine, followed by student performances in the Multi-Purpose Room.
SYMPOSIUM FOR SCHOLARSHIP & CREATIVITY
APRIL 2, 2014
Dr. Katherine Fell discusses posters with students presenting during the Symposium for Scholarship and Creativity held on Wednesday, April 2. The Symposium is an annual event that showcases all college programs and their students. More than 300 students participated in this year's event by presenting posters or oral reports. Alumni speakers from each college were also featured.
Featured Speaker. . .
Dr. Fell will be a featured speaker at the April 9 meeting of "Handbags that Help." She'll present a broad overview of philanthropy and then focus on Findlay-Hancock County, as well as the Women in Philanthropy program held at the University last fall. Handbags that Help is a women's giving circle that is supported and hosted by The Community Foundation.