The Bob Graham Center for Public Service utilizes the vast and rich faculty resources available at the University of Florida for a variety of purposes. Additionally, the center maintains a faculty advisory board to provide input and guidance to the center on its many initiatives, activities and programs.

The Bob Graham Center offers a public leadership minor for undergraduate students. The courses for this program are taught by an interdisciplinary mix of faculty from several programs including natural sciences, humanities, political science, social sciences, journalism and business.

Bob Graham Center faculty member Elizabeth Washington has been involved in a pioneering effort to bring civics education back to Florida's schools. Currently, Washington directs a program, which involves intense, five-day workshops where middle school educators study the foundations of the Constitution and current constitutional issues.

The Bob Graham Center also awards research grants to University of Florida faculty to generate original case studies for inclusion in the Bob Graham Center Civic Library.