UF kicks off Disability Awareness Month Wednesday, October 7 with the Accessibility Fair at the Plaza of the Americas. UF will come together with more than 30 organizations to celebrate the diversity of abilities!
Students should complete the Hazing Prevention module by October 12, 2015. The module is available to students at uf.prevent.zone.
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For more information and resources on hazing, visit https://www.dso.ufl.edu/sccr/process/student-organizations/hazing.
These hands don't haze.
Since 1992, the Asian American Student Union has proudly presented Asian Kaleidoscope Month—a month-long celebration of the histories, cultures, and contributions of Asians and Asian Americans in the areas of the Arts and Sciences, Entertainment, Education, Politics, and Sports. Throughout the month of October, Asian Kaleidoscope Month reaches out to the University of Florida and the Gainesville community through innovative and entertaining programming, lectures, panels, and workshops.
From September 14 to October 13, UF hosts the largest student-run Hispanic Heritage Month celebration in the nation. The theme, "Paving Our Visions, Creando Un Futuro" seeks to explore stories of Hispanics and Latinos and how they can be empowered by those stories.
Reginald Lane received the James E. Scott Fellowship, Solange Douglas received a Research Award, and James Tyger received the Art Sandeen Award.
For general questions, please visit the SAI reception desk on the ground floor of the Reitz Union in the Game Room.
For SAI Administrative Staff, visit room 2330 on the second floor of the Reitz Union.
For Student Government, visit rooms 2360 & 2365 on the second floor of the Reitz Union.
For Sorority and Fraternity Affairs, visit room 2335 on the second floor of the Reitz Union.
For Student Organizations and Campus Events, visit the Game Room on the ground floor.
For more information please contact Student Activities and Involvement
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Come to the Accessibility Fair Wednesday, October 7th from 10am-2pm at the Plaza of Americas. Students can play with puppies, watch performances from A capella groups, create a wall of balloons, and make personalized buttons.
There will also be more than 30 organizations to give your information so students and staff can:
-Learn about resources in the community and on campus
-Interact with leaders on campus, and
-Engage in conversation about disability advocacy and awareness
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Students are invited to take an optional anti-hazing course provided by HazingPrevention.org. Go to uf.prevent.zone by October 12 to learn about hazing prevention methods. If you have any questions, send us an email or check out this helpful link for more information.
SAI wants to celebrate our wonderful staff for receiving their recent awards. Reginald Lane received the James E. Scott Fellowship, which recognizes his commitment to our students and will allow him to broaden his impact. Solange Douglas received a Research Award for being able to apply the data she collected to improving the quality of our advisor trainings and communication. James Tyger received the Art Sandeen Award which is given annually to a UF Division of Student Affairs staff member with less than three years full-time student affairs experience who exemplifies the values that Dr. Sandeen modeled: dedication to the profession, a love for students, commitment to mentoring others in the profession, and a commitment to academic excellence. Thank you all and congratulations!
As part of the Make it Reitz Project, the Student Activities and Involvement offices have moved to temporary office spaces. For general questions visit the SAI front desks in the Game Room on the ground floor of the J. Wayne Reitz Union.
SAI Administrative staff offices are located on the second floor Reitz Union in room 2330.
Student Government offices are located on the second floor Reitz Union in rooms 2360 and 2365.
Sorority and Fraternity Affairs offices are located on the second floor Reitz Union in room 2335.
Student Organization and Campus Events offices are located on the ground floor of the Reitz Union in the Game Room.
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: (352) 392-1671 with any questions.
There are nineteen outdoor recreation trips already planned for fall 2015. Students will register online with RSConnect beginning Summer B. Visit recsports.ufl.edu for more details on the move. Please direct questions to JackieM@recsports.ufl.edu.
Student Activities and Involvement is pleased to present its Annual Report for 2012-2013 which showcases our achievements and successes for the year. It is available for download here.