First Fully-Online HMI Graduate Student to Work on NSF Project

December 11, 2018 by
Adrian Andrews is the first fully-online UCF student pursuing a graduate degree in health management and informatics to work on a National Science Foundation-funded project. Andrews is conducting interviews to identify the hazards of data incompleteness and data inconsistency in electronic patient records. He is working under the guidance of Varadraj Gurupur, who is an […]

American Planning Association Donates $26,000 Scholarship Fund to Newly Accredited Planning Program Students

December 11, 2018 by
Students pursuing their master’s degree in urban and regional planning in the School of Public Administration have an additional opportunity to apply for financial support. The Orlando Metro Section of the American Planning Association (APA) established the Judith Mucci Endowed Scholarship Fund at UCF. “The Judith Mucci Scholarship Fund will allow us to increase our […]

UCF Awarded Grant From Health Foundation

December 5, 2018 by
The Health Foundation of South Florida has awarded UCF $57,884 for its Strategies for Person-Centered Care in Behavioral Health Treatment Programs project. Dr. Andraka-Christou and her research team (Drs. Atkins, Gabriel, and Cortelyou-Ward) will use the funding to explore methods for operationalizing person-centered care in substance use disorder and mental health disorder treatment. Currently, person-centered […]

American Society of Criminology Division of Policing Honors Professor

November 18, 2018 by
Congratulations to our college’s Gene Paoline, professor of criminal justice, on his Distinguished Scholar Award from the American Society of Criminology Division of Policing. He is also the incoming chair of the division and Jacinta Gau, associate professor criminal justice, will serve as co-chair. The Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Central Florida provides excellence in […]

Nemours, UCF Transform Education for Hospitalized Children

November 13, 2018 by
Patients can use virtual reality, robotics and other high-tech learning tools to keep up with their studies. Other Recent News First Fully-Online HMI Graduate Student to Work on NSF Project American Planning Association Donates $26,000 Scholarship Fund to Newly Accredited Planning Program Students UCF Awarded Grant From Health Foundation American Society of Criminology Division of […]

8 UCF Alumni Elected to Florida Legislature

November 9, 2018 by
Anna Eskamani ’12 ’15MNM ’15MPA, a Democrat and first-time candidate, was elected in District 47 in Orange County. Other Recent News First Fully-Online HMI Graduate Student to Work on NSF Project American Planning Association Donates $26,000 Scholarship Fund to Newly Accredited Planning Program Students UCF Awarded Grant From Health Foundation American Society of Criminology Division of […]

It’s Time to Push for Schools to be Places of True Excitement for Our Kids

November 7, 2018 by
In this era of classrooms saturated with testing, we are missing the overall end of education: What do we want our students to be like as a result of their school experiences? Other Recent News First Fully-Online HMI Graduate Student to Work on NSF Project American Planning Association Donates $26,000 Scholarship Fund to Newly Accredited […]

22 Faculty Inducted into UCF’s Scroll & Quill Society

November 6, 2018 by
This year’s group features experts in a variety of topics, ranging from human-computer interaction to youth theatre to fairness in the workplace. Other Recent News First Fully-Online HMI Graduate Student to Work on NSF Project American Planning Association Donates $26,000 Scholarship Fund to Newly Accredited Planning Program Students UCF Awarded Grant From Health Foundation American […]

UCF Graduate and Postdoctoral Scholar Awarded STEM Fellowship

November 5, 2018 by
Matthew Taylor, a UCF postdoctoral scholar in STEM education, was selected for one of ten highly-competitive annual CADRE fellowships. Recipients receive a one-year fellowship to work with the Community for Advancing Discovery Research in Education (CADRE), a resource network for STEM education researchers supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The CADRE Fellows program, which is now in its tenth year, provides capacity building and networking opportunities for researchers who […]

College Silent Auction to Raise Funds for American Heart Association

October 31, 2018 by
CCIE Heartbeats is sponsoring a silent auction on Wednesday, October 31 in the Teaching Academy’s first-floor lobby. The auction will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 100 percent of the proceeds will go to our partners at the American Heart Association. Check out the items up for auction! If you are unable to […]