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UCF Undergraduates Publish New Law Journal

UCF Undergraduates Publish New Law Journal

A new law journal written, edited and published by undergraduate students at UCF is now available and will be distributed to law offices across Central Florida. ...
Four UCF Professors Help Develop National Training in Advocacy and Culturally Responsive Instruction

Four UCF Professors Help Develop National Training in Advocacy and Culturally Responsive Instruction

As a leader in inclusive programming, UCF is the only institute of higher education asked to join the Delta Teacher Efficacy Campaign – Teachers Advocating to Lead Great Change (DTEC-TAG), ...
CPNM Accepting Applications for Capacity Building Seminar

CPNM Accepting Applications for Capacity Building Seminar

If your nonprofit agency has a health and human services mission and is located in, and serving residents of Orange County, you may be eligible to participate in a tremendous capacity building ...
12th Annual Public Administration Research Conference Attracts International Audience

12th Annual Public Administration Research Conference Attracts International Audience

Are we returning to “Governance in Dark Times?” That was the topic of discussion at the 12th annual Public Administration Research Conference, which was hosted by the Center for Public and Nonprofit ...
Associate Professor’s Work Generates $18.5 Billion HUD Grant for Puerto Rico

Associate Professor’s Work Generates $18.5 Billion HUD Grant for Puerto Rico

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced this past week that Puerto Rico would receive $18.5 billion in funding through the Community Development Block Grant – Disaster ...
Law Enforcement Officers from Mexico Visit UCF

Law Enforcement Officers from Mexico Visit UCF

The Department of Legal Studies was honored to receive police officers from six Mexican states April 17. The visit was a result of collaboration between their federal government and courtesy of the. ...
Supporting Children and Youth with Autism

Supporting Children and Youth with Autism

April is Autism Awareness Month, and a perfect time to highlight the OSEP-funded Project Autism Spectrum … ...
Emergency Management Alumni Help Communities Prepare For, Recover From Disaster

Emergency Management Alumni Help Communities Prepare For, Recover From Disaster

After Hurricane Maria’s category five winds died down and the pounding rains ceased, Puerto Rico was left devastated and in darkness. Millions of people were left without power, potable water and a ...
Fighting the Dark Hearts: UCF Faculty, Alumni Combat Human Trafficking

Fighting the Dark Hearts: UCF Faculty, Alumni Combat Human Trafficking

UCF Alumni announced the recipients of its fourth annual 30 Under 30 Awards on March 30. This year’s class includes marketing and communications professionals, entrepreneurs, engineers, software ...
UCF Program Prepares Leaders to Work in Nonprofit Sector

UCF Program Prepares Leaders to Work in Nonprofit Sector

The University of Central Florida is producing nonprofit leaders, social justice advocates and community servants to impact communities in Central Florida and around the world, thanks to strong ...
Doctoral Students Study Public Affairs and Education to Impact Communities

Doctoral Students Study Public Affairs and Education to Impact Communities

UCF students Jennifer Sanguiliano and Rachael Mack have found that interdisciplinary studies in public affairs and education are essential for learning about the communities around them. ...
Botswana Trip Encourages Student to Create Community Service Project

Botswana Trip Encourages Student to Create Community Service Project

Participating in our college’s Botswana study abroad program last summer inspired undergraduate student Maurice McLeish to create the Service Tour of Central Florida. ...
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