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New Program Helps Students to Work With Children With Special Needs

New Program Helps Students to Work With Children With Special Needs

The graduate certificate program will start this summer as a partnership between the College of Community Innovation and Education and the College of Health Professions and Sciences. ...
New Certificate Explores Social Justice Issues in Public Service

New Certificate Explores Social Justice Issues in Public Service

Debuting this fall, the social justice in public service graduate certificate will give students the opportunity to explore the changing needs of society. ...
The Public Servant’s Heart

The Public Servant’s Heart

Kyler Gray is the recipient of both the Order of Pegasus and the Founders' Award. ...
2020 Founders’ Day Honorees

2020 Founders’ Day Honorees

Recognized for academic achievements, contributions and service, please join us in congratulating faculty members and students from the College of Community Innovation and Education who received ...
LIFE at UCF Honors 3 Women Faculty Members for Impactful Initiatives

LIFE at UCF Honors 3 Women Faculty Members for Impactful Initiatives

The Learning Institute for Elders (LIFE) at UCF each year celebrates successful projects of UCF women faculty members that advance student success. ...
Coronavirus Update: UCF Classes Moving Online

Coronavirus Update: UCF Classes Moving Online

Although no cases have been reported at UCF at this time, all classes are moving to remote instruction beginning March 16. Students are asked not to return to campus for the next two weeks. ...
From Central Florida to Harvard Law

From Central Florida to Harvard Law

While at UCF as a dual major in legal studies and economics, Julienne Miranda became involved in every opportunity presented to her. ...
Surviving the Ravages of COVID-19

Surviving the Ravages of COVID-19

Every small action we take today to combat the coronavirus will be multiplied if others take similar steps in the same direction. ...
Mapping the World

Mapping the World

Drishtie Patel ’08 ’12MNM is part of a team mapping the world’s missing roads to provide life-saving resources to people in times of crisis. ...
Funding Opportunities Available for Special Education Preparation

Funding Opportunities Available for Special Education Preparation

These three projects help current and aspiring special education teachers advance their knowledge and skills and improve the learning outcomes of their students. ...
UCF Master’s Programs in Emergency Management, Nonprofit Management Rank Among Top 5 in the Nation

UCF Master’s Programs in Emergency Management, Nonprofit Management Rank Among Top 5 in the Nation

In their recent 2021 Best Graduate Schools, U.S. News & World Reports ranked 27 UCF graduate programs among the top 100. ...
Out of Moves

Out of Moves

Orlando’s affordable housing is a game of chance. ...
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