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Rosemary Hill Observatory

Rosemary Hill Observatory is an astronomical observatory located near the town of Bronson, Florida, about 38 kilometers southwest of Gainesville, Florida. The observatory is owned and operated by the University of Florida, and opened in 1967. It ...

                                               

UF Training Reactor

The University of Florida Training Reactor, commissioned in 1959, is a 100 kW modified Argonaut-type reactor at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. The UFTR is a light water and graphite moderated, graphite reflected, light water c ...

                                               

University of Florida Health Science Center

The University of Florida Health Science Center, also known as the J. Hillis Miller Health Science Center, is the medical division of the University of Florida. Its main campuses located on the main University campus in Gainesville, Florida and U ...

                                               

University of Florida Historic St. Augustine, Inc.

University of Florida Historic St. Augustine, Inc. is located at 48 King Street in St. Augustine, Florida). University of Florida encourages UFHSA to preserve and interpret state owned properties in St. Augustine that will in turn satisfy and sup ...

                                               

University of Florida Leadership & Education Foundation, Inc.

The University of Florida Leadership and Education Foundation, Inc. is a 501 non-profit corporation that serves as a Direct Support Organization for the University of Florida. Since its creation in 1992, UFLEF, Inc. has been tasked to further the ...

                                               

University of Florida ROTC

University of Florida ROTC is the official officer training and commissioning program at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. The ROTC Program offers commissions for the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marines, and the U.S. Air Force. Th ...

                                               

Campuses of the University of Georgia

The University of Georgias main campus sits across from the college town of Athens, Georgia, whose dominant architectural themes are Federal - the older buildings - and Classical and Antebellum style. The university is home to the University of G ...

                                               

Carl Vinson Institute of Government

The Carl Vinson Institute of Government is an organization that works closely with officials and employees from state and local governments in the U.S. state of Georgia and internationally to help them achieve their missions and improve public se ...

                                               

Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens

Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens is a former USDA plant-introduction station that has developed into a 51-acre botanical garden. It is located is Chatham County, Georgia, south of Savannah.

                                               

Delta Prize for Global Understanding

The Delta Prize for Global Understanding, presented annually by Delta Air Lines and the University of Georgia, recognizes individuals or groups whose initiatives have helped promote world peace as well as globally significant efforts that provide ...

                                               

Distance Diagnostics Through Digital Imaging

Distance Diagnostics through Digital Imaging is the name of a system developed at the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. It allows textual information and descriptive images to be submitted directly from Geo ...

                                               

Gridiron Secret Society

Gridiron Secret Society, founded in 1908, is a secret society at the University of Georgia. Gridiron has been called "the highest honor a male student may receive on the University of Georgia campus.". It has also been recognized as one of the "T ...

                                               

The Primates

The Primates were one of the original post-punk / rock bands to come out of Athens, Georgia in the mid 1980s. Their loud, fast in-your-face hedonistic style was reminiscent of West Coast bands X and The Minutemen, but peppered with a definite inf ...

                                               

Russell Hall (Georgia)

Russell Hall is a co-ed dormitory for first-year students at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia. It is named after former governor of Georgia and United States Senator Richard B. Russell Jr. This hostel is located on the corner of Baxte ...

                                               

Stocksquest

StocksQuest was a website hosted by the University of Georgia, that provided a free stock market simulator tool. On the website, players were able to purchase stocks using virtual currency and compete against others to profit the most. The web si ...

                                               

Terry Entrepreneurship

Terry Entrepreneurship focuses on launching successful student businesses "that give back to the college, the university, and the state.". The entrepreneurship concentration courses prepare students for careers in entrepreneurial leadership. Stud ...

                                               

University of Houston Charter School

University of Houston Charter School is a state charter primary school located in the Melcher Gymnasium 100 at 3855 Holman Street in Houston, Texas, United States. The school is affiliated with the University of Houston. The university operates t ...

                                               

San Jacinto High School (Houston)

San Jacinto High School was a secondary school located at 1300 Holman Street in Houston, Texas, now part of the Houston Community College Central College, Central Campus. San Jacinto High School was located in the area now known as Midtown. It wa ...

                                               

Texas Center for Superconductivity

The Texas Center for Superconductivity is a research center based at the University of Houston with main focus on superconductivity and materials research, aiming to develop high temperature superconducting materials. Scientists and engineers fro ...

                                               

Lionel Hampton School of Music

The Lionel Hampton School of Music is the music school at the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho. The school is named after jazz vibraphonist Lionel Hampton.

                                               

Timeline of the University of Idaho

On January 30, 1889, Governor Edward Stevenson of the Idaho Territory signed the territorial legislatures Council Bill No. 20, which officially established the UI as the upcoming states land-grant institution. Nearly four years later, the univers ...

                                               

Biological Computer Laboratory

The Biological Computer Laboratory was a research institute of the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. It was founded on 1 January 1958, by then Professor of Electrical Engineering Heinz von Foe ...

                                               

Center for South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

The Center for South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies is an interdisciplinary unit within the UIUC College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Illinois focusing on the cultures, societies and countries of the Middle East and South A ...

                                               

HoTDeC

HoTDeC is an autonomous vehicle testbed developed at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. It consists of several autonomous, wirelessly inter-connected hovercraft that can be operated via the internet. In 2001, HoTDeC was the first stand t ...

                                               

Illinois Loyalty

"Illinois Loyalty", also known as "Were Loyal to You, Illinois" or just "Loyalty," is a song associated with the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. It is the schools official fight song and is the schools official alma mater.

                                               

Morrow Plots

The Morrow Plots is an experimental agricultural field at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Named for Professor George E. Morrow, it is the oldest such field in the United States and the second oldest in the world. It was establishe ...

                                               

Project 500

Project 500 is the name of an effort of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaigns in the late 1960s to bring more African-American students to campus.

                                               

St. Johns Catholic Newman Center

St. Johns Catholic Newman Center is the largest Newman Center in the United States. It is located on the campus of the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. Consisting of St. Johns Catholic Chapel, Newman Hall, and a variety of student-focu ...

                                               

University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign University Library

The University Library at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign is the network of libraries, including both physical and virtual library spaces, which serves the Universitys students, faculty, and staff, as well as scholars and researche ...

                                               

University of Illinois Global Campus

The University of Illinois Global Campus was an early, short-lived experiment in online university education by the University of Illinois. The trustees of the university voted to phase out the project in early 2009.

                                               

Kansas University Rangers

The Kansas University Rangers were a basketball team between 1922 and 1928. They were loosely affiliated with the University of Kansas, as a result, many players attend classes there. The team has not had significant achievements, but were presen ...

                                               

Studio 804

Studio 804 is a graduate level architecture design studio developed by Professor Dan Rockhill at the University of Kansas. The course is distinguished from typical architecture studios in that it is a design-build studio in which the students wor ...

                                               

2017–18 Kentucky Wildcats womens basketball team

The 2017–18 Kentucky Wildcats womens basketball team represents the University of Kentucky in the 2017–18 NCAA Division I womens basketball season. The team plays its home games in Lexington, Kentucky at Memorial Coliseum with three games at Rupp ...

                                               

2018–19 Kentucky Wildcats womens basketball team

The 2018–19 Kentucky Wildcats womens basketball team represents the University of Kentucky in the 2018–19 NCAA Division I womens basketball season. The team plays its home games in Lexington, Kentucky at Memorial Coliseum with two home games bein ...

                                               

Big Blue Nation

The Big Blue Nation is the fan base of University of Kentucky athletics programs, particularly the mens basketball team, the womens basketball team and the football team. The Big Blue Nation is a reference to both the signature color of UK athlet ...

                                               

Christian Student Fellowship

Christian Student Fellowship is a non-denominational Christian campus ministry at the University of Kentucky. CSF is mainly staffed by recent graduates of UK who give the first year or two years post-graduation to giving back to the UK community ...

                                               

Gatton Student Center

The Gatton Student Center is a student activity center for meetings, conferences, meals, recreation, and shopping for students on the University of Kentucky campus in Lexington, Kentucky. The building houses University of Kentuckys student servic ...

                                               

Kentucky Linux Athlon Testbed

The Kentucky Linux Athlon Testbed is a 64+2 node Beowulf cluster built by the University of Kentucky College of Engineering in 2000. The cluster used entirely off the shelf components.

                                               

Kentucky Transportation Center

The Kentucky Transportation Center is a research center within the University of Kentucky College of Engineering. Founded in 1941 as the Division of Research of the Kentucky Department of Highways, KTC became part of the University in 1980. KTC i ...

                                               

Lewis Honors College

The Lewis Honors College is Kentuckys Honors College. In October 2015, the University of Kentucky received the largest single gift in its history.5 million from alumnus, longtime donor and successful entrepreneur Thomas W. Lewis and his wife Jan ...

                                               

University of Kentucky student life

The University of Kentucky offers a variety of choices to students. The choices range from a number of dining options, residence halls, and athletic facilities to student organizations, religious groups, Greek-letter organizations, and intramural ...

                                               

WRFL

WRFL, Lexington is a 7900-watt college radio station that broadcasts live, 24 hours a day, from the University of Kentucky campus in Lexington, Kentucky. The station has broadcast continuously at 88.1 MHz on the FM radio band since 1988 without a ...

                                               

Pride of Acadiana

The Pride of Acadiana is the marching band at the University of Louisiana. The band plays pregame and halftime shows for all home games of the Louisiana Ragin Cajuns football team.

                                               

University of Louisiana at Lafayette Police Department

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Police Department is the law enforcement agency of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. The ULPDs jurisdiction is all property of UL Lafayette.

                                               

Bayou Desiard

Bayou Desiard is a bayou in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana and Morehouse Parish, Louisiana. The bayou receives inflow from Bayou Bartholomew, Black Bayou Lake and Mill Bayou and flows through downtown Monroe, Louisiana and the campus of the Universit ...

                                               

Grawemeyer Hall

Grawemeyer Hall is a building located on the Belknap Campus of the University of Louisville. The building was modeled after Thomas Jeffersons Rotunda on the grounds of the University of Virginia. Named for Charles Grawemeyer, a major benefactor t ...

                                               

Francis Crowe Society

The Francis Crowe Society is an honor society intended to recognise the graduates of the University of Maines College of Engineering. The society was founded in the fall of 2000, Dean Larryl Matthews and named in honor of Francis T. Crowe, a civi ...

                                               

Maine Summer Youth Music

Maine Summer Youth Music, known as MSYM, is held annually every July on the University of Maine at the Orono Campus, minutes from the city of Bangor. Students stay in the dormitories on campus for one week at the Junior Camp level, and for nine d ...

                                               

Still Water

Still Water was a research and development laboratory at the New Media Department of the University of Maine that studied and built networks for artists, academics, and other creative professions. Still Water examined networking from technical, s ...

                                               

UMaine Advanced Structures and Composites Center

The Advanced Structures and Composites Center is an independent research unit at the University of Maine that provides research, education, and economic development encompassing material sciences, manufacturing and engineering of composites and s ...

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