Undergraduate Law Journal Provides Invaluable Opportunity for Students

Undergraduate Law Journal Provides Invaluable Opportunity for Students

The journal allows undergraduate students to publish their researched articles before reaching the law school level ...
UCF Researchers Receive $2.6 Million Grant to Equip English-learner Educators, Students for Success

UCF Researchers Receive $2.6 Million Grant to Equip English-learner Educators, Students for Success

The federal funding will allow the team to implement a three-pronged, research-backed approach to bolster English learners’ academic success and ...
Florencio "Eloy" Hernandez, left, will be replaced by Naim Kapucu, right.

Pegasus Professor Naim Kapucu Steps Into Interim Associate Dean of Research and Innovation Role

Kapucu takes the helm following the departure of Florencio ‘Eloy’ Hernandez, who has been the college’s associate dean of research ...
Rising in U.S. News Rankings, UCF Advances Florida’s Workforce Through High-quality Online Programs

Rising in U.S. News Rankings, UCF Advances Florida’s Workforce Through High-quality Online Programs

Nine UCF programs rank in the top 10 nationally, providing flexibility and increased opportunities for students to succeed in critical, ...
Seven Master of Health Administration Students Selected for Competitive Fellowships

Seven Master of Health Administration Students Selected for Competitive Fellowships

The prestigious program will help fast-track the careers of these UCF students in the healthcare industry ...
New $1.25 Million UCF Project Addresses State’s Critical Shortage of Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists

New $1.25 Million UCF Project Addresses State’s Critical Shortage of Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists

Project CENTRAL is funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education and will help educators in the ...
UCF Researchers Collect Critical High-water Mark Data Following Hurricane Ian

UCF Researchers Collect Critical High-water Mark Data Following Hurricane Ian

Emergency management professionals are already reaping the benefits of the team’s labor, as their data will become part of the ...
UCF Podcast: Reflecting on a Lifetime of Service to Students, Space and Community

UCF Podcast: Reflecting on a Lifetime of Service to Students, Space and Community

Gregg Buckingham ’02EdD, an associate lecturer in UCF’s School of Public Administration who worked for NASA for 28 years, shares ...
Doctoral Fulbright Scholar, Mother’s Research Will Help English Teachers Worldwide

Doctoral Fulbright Scholar, Mother’s Research Will Help English Teachers Worldwide

Indonesia native Boniesta Melani’s academic journey will help the next generation of English learners and inspire others to pursue their ...
UCF Professor Travels to Israel for Fulbright Specialist Award

UCF Professor Travels to Israel for Fulbright Specialist Award

The global exchange honor provides College of Community Innovation and Education Professor Su-I Hou an opportunity to share and expand ...
Master’s Students Compete for the First Time in UCF’s Three-Minute Thesis Competition

Master’s Students Compete for the First Time in UCF’s Three-Minute Thesis Competition

This year marked the first time that master’s students participated alongside doctoral students in the annual Three Minute Thesis Competition ...
UCF Researchers Awarded NSF Grant to Establish Local Resiliency Hubs

UCF Researchers Awarded NSF Grant to Establish Local Resiliency Hubs

The $50,000 award allows the university’s team to develop the project with government and community partners ...
The Gray Men and Women of UCF

The Gray Men and Women of UCF

After serving our country, UCF’s student veterans find a home and a new purpose with others who know what it’s ...
Special Considerations for Counseling Military and Veteran Populations

Special Considerations for Counseling Military and Veteran Populations

After experiencing combat as a Marine in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm, W. Bryce Hagedorn, PhD, NCC, MAC, LMHC, ...
UCF, OCPS Receive National Award for Teacher Preparation and Leadership Partnership

UCF, OCPS Receive National Award for Teacher Preparation and Leadership Partnership

The program was one of only two of its kind to receive the Shirley S. Schwartz Urban Education Impact award ...
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