Another Day of Volunteering: The 2016 Tour De Cure

Another Day of Volunteering: The 2016 Tour De Cure

Intern, Life
I went out to the Texas Motor Speedway this afternoon to help support the bike riders in the 2016 Tour De Cure, a charity biking event to help raise money and awareness for the cure of diabetes. All in all, it was a great time hanging out with some other interns and supporting a great cause! To learn more about Tour De Cure, check out the website here.
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A Path Full of Crossroads to a Future with Wonderful Possibilities

A Path Full of Crossroads to a Future with Wonderful Possibilities

Adventures, Life
Featured on the Door of Clubs blog Last week, UF President Kent Fuchs was featured in the student-run university  newspaper, The Alligator, with an insightful opinion column entitled “From President Fuchs: A new path may lead to wonderful possibilities.” President Fuchs didn’t always see himself becoming an engineer, let alone a professor or University administrator. He changed his major to engineering while in school at Duke University, pursued a master’s degree in divinity at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, preached, pursued graduate degrees in electrical and computer engineering at the University of Illinois, became a professor, department chair, dean, provost at Cornell University, and eventually President at the University of Florida. Looking at his impressive list of titles and accomplishments, it’s easy to think that he must have planned ahead to…
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