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On Becoming a Mom in Central Florida

On Becoming a Mom in Central Florida

‘As our region grapples with a growing population and an affordable housing crisis, we must ensure the stability of women.’ ...
Volunteering is Always in Season

Volunteering is Always in Season

Winter is a chance to reflect on the past year while spending time and sharing gifts with loved ones. Over the holidays, consider this as an opportunity to look into other forms of valuable giving — ...
Students Place in Criminal Justice Competitions, Meet Potential Employers

Students Place in Criminal Justice Competitions, Meet Potential Employers

Criminal justice students put their classroom knowledge into practice at the American Criminal Justice Association Regional Conference in Tallahassee last month. ...
Nonprofit Conference Encourages Community Engagement and Innovation

Nonprofit Conference Encourages Community Engagement and Innovation

If you want to go far, go together. It is that sentiment etched in the wall of the Dr. Phillips Academic Commons at UCF Downtown, and it is the same sentiment that brought together over 100 ...
Turning Point

Turning Point

Kevin Greene ’17 would be known to friends and family as a basketball player had it not been for one second in time. Now he’s much, much more. ...
Neighbors, Candy and Costumes

Neighbors, Candy and Costumes

For Halloween this year, children and families in the Parramore community joined us for the First Annual UCF Downtown Trick-or-Treat Spooktacular at the downtown campus. ...
Learning to Thrive After Life Behind Bars

Learning to Thrive After Life Behind Bars

Criminal justice graduate is honored for overseeing a county program that provides a career path for people released from incarceration. ...
Potter to Lead UCF’s Center for the Study of Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery

Potter to Lead UCF’s Center for the Study of Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery

The sociology professor also has a background working with Florida’s justice system and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. ...
UCF Receives $3.4 Million Grant to Develop Easily Accessible Program to Help Homeowners Evaluate Property Risks

UCF Receives $3.4 Million Grant to Develop Easily Accessible Program to Help Homeowners Evaluate Property Risks

The idea isn’t to limit where people should live based on potential risk, rather to give renters and buyers a more complete picture of potential hazards. ...
Health Administration Internship Offers Access to Executive-Level Leadership

Health Administration Internship Offers Access to Executive-Level Leadership

“I love the reach of this work, especially when you get to the higher-level projects. Not only do you make a difference within your hospital, you make a difference in your community,” says William ...
Software Systems Support Financially-Strained Rural Clinics, Gain Copyrights

Software Systems Support Financially-Strained Rural Clinics, Gain Copyrights

Small clinics across the country are closing, especially in rural areas, leaving residents without healthcare nearby. Varadraj Gurupur, who is an associate professor of health management and ...
Growing Your Own Teachers

Growing Your Own Teachers

Florida needs new teachers. According to the Florida Department of Education, critical teacher shortage areas for the 2019-20 school year include science, language arts, mathematics, reading and ...
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