In the Words of Rangers: The Human Side of Conserving Wildlife

In the Words of Rangers: The Human Side of Conserving Wildlife

UCF professor explores ranger perspectives on their work environment and its impact on wildlife conservation ...
Surviving Earthquake Motivates UCF Grad to Make the Most of Her Life

Surviving Earthquake Motivates UCF Grad to Make the Most of Her Life

Haitian native Bianka Paul refused to let losing everything stop her from pursuing the life she wanted ...
UCF Professor Helps Elevate the Discussion and Inform Policy About Violence Against Women

UCF Professor Helps Elevate the Discussion and Inform Policy About Violence Against Women

Bethany Backes, assistant professor of criminal justice and social work, reflects on her path to academia for Women’s History Month ...
UCF Celebrates 25 Years of Online Learning with Top-15 U.S. Ranking

UCF Celebrates 25 Years of Online Learning with Top-15 U.S. Ranking

One of the factors that contributes to UCF’s repeated success in online learning is the level of attention and detail ...
UCF Study Will Look at Transitional Housing Effectiveness for Survivors of Domestic Violence

UCF Study Will Look at Transitional Housing Effectiveness for Survivors of Domestic Violence

Housing programs can serve as a lifeline for domestic violence survivors and their children – providing them with vital resources ...
Handcuffs on laptop

UCF Study Will Look at COVID-19 Effects on Services that Help Prevent Reoffending

Mental health professionals share tips for dealing with stress during coronavirus precautions ...
UCF Student Reflects on Pulse Shooting 4 Years Later

UCF Student Reflects on Pulse Shooting 4 Years Later

Graduate criminal justice student Zoe Williamson was visiting from England and on a police ride-along when she stepped up to ...
1st Criminal Justice Doctoral Graduate Delivers Hope in Jail Suicide-Prevention Study

1st Criminal Justice Doctoral Graduate Delivers Hope in Jail Suicide-Prevention Study

UCF graduate’s research focuses on earlier signs for prevention of suicide in jails and inspires new scholarship opportunity. News Archive ...
Fighting Violence Against Women, Together

Fighting Violence Against Women, Together

UCF criminal justice professor’s record of research, teaching and service pushes boundaries of disciplinary knowledge ...
The Big Winner: UCF Alum Gains New Perspective on ‘The Biggest Loser’

The Big Winner: UCF Alum Gains New Perspective on ‘The Biggest Loser’

Robert Richardson ’12 shares his experience with the revamped version of the hit series, which premieres Jan. 28 on USA ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Turning Point

Turning Point

Kevin Greene ’17 would be known to friends and family as a basketball player had it not been for one ...
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 ...
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