He received his bachelor's degree from Flagler College and his master's degree from the University of North Florida.
What does UNF stand for?
UNF stands for University of North Florida
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We have 17 other meanings of UNF in our Acronym Attic
- Ungdomens Nykterhetsförbund
- Ungdommens Naturvidenskabelige Forening (Denmark)
- Unified Fine Thread
- Unified National Fine
- Unified National Fine Thread (tools)
- UniFirst Corporation (stock symbol; Wilmington, MA)
- Uniform National Fine (screw thread)
- Unité de Neuroimagerie Fonctionnelle (French: Functional Neuroimaging Unit; Canada)
- United Nations Foundation
- United Nations Fund
- Unreasonable Forward Sequence Counter Indicator Bit
- Uwharrie National Forest (North Carolina)
- Uganda National Farmers Association
- Uniform Nonjudicial Foreclosure Act
- Union Nationale des Femmes Algériennes (French: National Union of Algerian Women)
- United Nations Fisheries Agreement
- United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation
- United National Film Corporation (California)
- United Nations Framework Classification
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He received his bachelor's degree at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania and his master's degree at The University of North Florida.
It's really a jigsaw puzzle that's put together each year," says Pierre Allaire, vice president of Institutional Advancement at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville.
a political science professor at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, wrote in a policy analysis for the Cato Institute, a libertarian think tank.
Entry fees and sponsorships raised from the event will go toward scholarships for transportation and logistics students at the University of North Florida, Coggin College of Business.
In previous articles (Kranz & Lund, 2004; Kranz & Lund, 1998: Kranz, Lund, & Johnson, 1996; Kranz, Lund, & Steele, 2003; Porter, Kranz, & Lund, 1998), the authors described a unique class in race relations that was initiated and taught at the University of North Florida from 1972-1977 during the first years of the University's existence.