At UCF, we’ve long believed our best work comes from bringing together people with diverse backgrounds and ideas.
Counselor education master’s student Alexander Fields, clinic coordinator John Super ’09MA ‘13PhD and doctoral alum Saundra Tabet ‘19PhD (left to right) in the Community Counseling and Research Center. You always have the support you need at the Community Counseling and Research Center, according to Alexander Fields, who is pursuing a master’s degree in counselor education. […]
Last month, staff and community leaders from various after-school providers, nonprofits, the Alachua County Public Schools and other organizations traveled to Orlando to visit two successful community partnership schools.
Five recent UCF graduates have received prestigious Fulbright awards that will allow them to travel abroad to pursue research and educational opportunities or teach English. This year’s recipients will represent their alma mater in Montenegro, South Korea, Belgium and Brazil.
A team of UCF researchers will brief emergency responders from across the state about their work looking at the impact of recent hurricanes.
Study finds African-American mothers live in fear that their sons will be stopped by people in authority and could potentially be killed, which impacts the way these women parent their sons.
SHIMA leadership accepts the ‘Best Event for a Small Group’ at this year’s SGA Impact Awards. SHIMA leadership (left to right): Renann Kassis, President; Jolene Kitt, Vice President; Destiny Maday, Treasurer; Peyton McCracken, Secretary SHIMA members finish up the final assembly of the Trick or Treat Buckets. The Student Health Information Management Association (SHIMA), an […]
UCF’s 2018-19 promotion and tenure process concluded last week with 107 faculty promoted, 29 of whom will be recommended for tenure at the May 16 Board of Trustees meeting. Approved tenures and promotions will be effective Aug. 8.
Future teachers from UCF and high school teaching academies watch as Chris Pomponyo ’12, Seminole County Public Schools 2017 Teacher of the Year, hops onto a chair and engages his students in a fast-paced, live-model lesson during a lunch-and-learn at the KnightED Talks Student Showcase. Teacher education students recently presented professional strategies and techniques to […]
In less than 150 days, UCF Downtown will hold classes at its 21st-century campus, connecting students to a thriving urban district full of opportunity with their academic program of study. To further ensure academic excellence is at the center of the new campus, Provost Elizabeth Dooley has appointed Ross Wolf, Ed.D., M.P.A. to serve as […]