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New UCF Project Will Put Downtown Orlando Air Quality Data in Residents’ Hands

New UCF Project Will Put Downtown Orlando Air Quality Data in Residents’ Hands

More than 100 air sensors will be installed throughout Downtown Orlando and will provide near-real-time data about air quality to residents via smart devices. ...
UCF Online Programs Rank Among Top 20 in Nation — Again

UCF Online Programs Rank Among Top 20 in Nation — Again

U.S. News & World Report continues to rank UCF’s undergraduate online programs among the best in the nation. ...
Stigma of Opioid Addiction Medications Prevents Treatment

Stigma of Opioid Addiction Medications Prevents Treatment

HMI assistant professor’s research explores barriers to opioid addiction treatment from multiple fields of study and perspectives. ...
New Study Offers Ways to Identify and Reduce Racism in Schools

New Study Offers Ways to Identify and Reduce Racism in Schools

Racial biases can unconsciously shape school decisions that negatively impact minority students, but a new study co-authored by a University of Central Florida researcher offers a framework to help ...
98 Science and Math Teachers Earn Free Master’s Degrees

98 Science and Math Teachers Earn Free Master’s Degrees

First group of local educators to graduate from UCF this week with tuition covered by Orange County Public Schools and Lockheed Martin. ...
Generations of Mentorship Strengthen Criminal Justice Research and Impact

Generations of Mentorship Strengthen Criminal Justice Research and Impact

Criminal justice doctoral student Lucas Alward walked into Jill Viglione’s office with 15 research questions for his dissertation. Viglione, who is an assistant ...
Who, Me? A Philanthropist?

Who, Me? A Philanthropist?

We must challenge the way people think about giving back to communities. ...
More Than a Meal: How Food Helped 2 Generations Bond, Learn About the Other

More Than a Meal: How Food Helped 2 Generations Bond, Learn About the Other

Intergenerational farm-to-table research project helped fight against aging stereotypes and create an age-diverse workforce. ...
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 ...
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