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July 7, Tuesday
Andy Lopez Gator Baseball Camp, Session I, Resident, July 5-9, ages 9-18. Call 375-4683 ext. 6130.
Preview ’98 freshman orientation Session II-G. Call Office of Student Services for more information, 392-1261.
8:00 AM -- Center for Women's Studies & Gender Research Exhibition, "Vignettes," by Penelope Miller, 115 Anderson Hall, 8 am-5pm, May 11-August 14. Call 392-3365.
11:00 AM — Harn Museum exhibit, free and open to the public, Harn Museum of Art, gallery hours: 11am – 5 pm. For complete exhibit information, see: http://www.arts.ufl.edu/harn/current.html
3:30 PM — Food Science & Technology Seminar: “Flavor & Texture of High Oleic Acid Cheese & the Effects on Human Cholesterol Levels,” G086 McCarty Hall — Food Science & Technology Seminar: “Seasonal Occurrence of Virulent Vibrio Vulnificus Strains in Apalachicola Bay Oysters & the Effects of New Post-Harvest Refrigeration Criteria,” G086 McCarty Hall
From the UF News Desk:
July 6 — UF Researcher Develops Guidelines For Soccer Field Performance
GAINESVILLE—University of Florida researcher Grady Miller may be a popular man in soccer circles by the time the World Cup rolls around again in four years.
Miller, a turfgrass specialist, is beginning to answer a question soccer players have asked for years: Is there a way to get soccer fields, city to city and country to country, to perform in a similar manner?
For the complete story, see: http://www.napa.ufl.edu/ufnews/soccer.htm