UF Paris Research Center

Published: August 22nd, 2003

Category: Memos

David R. Colburn, Provost

The Office of the Provost, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the UF International Center are pleased to announce the creation of The UF Paris Research Center.

Centrally located in Columbia University’s Reid Hall building, between the Latin Quarter and the Montparnasse district, the Paris Research Center is designed to provide a platform for innovative and wide-ranging international research and program development. It offers UF scholars an international home office for communications and consultation, administrative and networking services, event and program organization, as well as reading rooms, classrooms, meeting rooms, and limited office space for program directors and/or scholars in residence.

An unprecedented step in internationalizing the curriculum, the Paris Research Center welcomes innovative ideas for international course and program development and colloquia. Faculty interested in learning more about the Paris Research Center and its facilities, should contact the Director of the Paris Research Center, Dr. Gayle Zachmann, at zachmann@rll.ufl.edu .

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