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American Society of Criminology Division of Policing Honors Professor

American Society of Criminology Division of Policing Honors Professor

Congratulations to our college\'s Gene Paoline, professor of criminal justice, on his Distinguished Scholar Award from the American Society of Criminology Division of Policing. He is also the ...
Nemours, UCF Transform Education for Hospitalized Children

Nemours, UCF Transform Education for Hospitalized Children

Patients can use virtual reality, robotics and other high-tech learning tools to keep up with their studies. ...
8 UCF Alumni Elected to Florida Legislature

8 UCF Alumni Elected to Florida Legislature

Anna Eskamani ’12 ’15MNM ’15MPA, a Democrat and first-time candidate, was elected in District 47 in Orange County. ...
It’s Time to Push for Schools to be Places of True Excitement for Our Kids

It’s Time to Push for Schools to be Places of True Excitement for Our Kids

In this era of classrooms saturated with testing, we are missing the overall end of education: What do we want our students to be like as a result of their school experiences? ...
22 Faculty Inducted into UCF’s Scroll & Quill Society

22 Faculty Inducted into UCF’s Scroll & Quill Society

This year\'s group features experts in a variety of topics, ranging from human-computer interaction to youth theatre to fairness in the workplace. ...
UCF Graduate and Postdoctoral Scholar Awarded STEM Fellowship

UCF Graduate and Postdoctoral Scholar Awarded STEM Fellowship

Matthew Taylor, a UCF postdoctoral scholar in STEM education, was selected for one of ten highly-competitive annual CADRE fellowships. Recipients receive a one-year fellowship to work with the ...
UCF’s Master of Urban and Regional Planning Receives Accreditation

UCF’s Master of Urban and Regional Planning Receives Accreditation

The School of Public Administration celebrates the accreditation of the Master of Urban and Regional Planning (M.S.URP) program by the Planning Accreditation Board. This accreditation is awarded to ...
College Silent Auction to Raise Funds for American Heart Association

College Silent Auction to Raise Funds for American Heart Association

CCIE Heartbeats is sponsoring a silent auction on Wednesday, October 31 in the Teaching Academy’s first-floor lobby. The auction will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 100 percent of the proceeds will ...
Cleveland Clinic, Hospital Corp. of America Competition Will Benefit Patients, Experts Say

Cleveland Clinic, Hospital Corp. of America Competition Will Benefit Patients, Experts Say

A looming battle between two health care giants is expected to improve the quality of medical care across the Treasure Coast. Cleveland Clinic\'s impending takeover of Martin Health System and ...
Changing Health Habits in China

Changing Health Habits in China

Changing habits, especially when it to comes to accessing health care, is a challenge. China is embarking on this road as it attempts to make health care more accessible to rural populations. ...
Addiction Treatment Gap Is Driving A Black Market For Suboxone

Addiction Treatment Gap Is Driving A Black Market For Suboxone

Months in prison didn\'t rid Daryl of his addiction to opioids. \"Before I left the parking lot of the prison, I was shooting up, getting high,\" he says. ...
UCF Receives $8 million in Grants to Enhance Special-needs Training for Education Majors

UCF Receives $8 million in Grants to Enhance Special-needs Training for Education Majors

Central Florida schoolchildren with special needs — including those with autism or need extra help with math — will get some additional help thanks to more than $8 million in grants the University ...
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