UCF Public Administration Student Addresses Affordable Housing Crisis Through Comprehensive Lens

UCF Public Administration Student Addresses Affordable Housing Crisis Through Comprehensive Lens

The Master of Public Administration program prepares students to lead more holistic and lasting change ...
UCF Faculty Member on National Pandemic Task Force

UCF Faculty Member on National Pandemic Task Force

Public administration faculty member, Claire Knox, joins a pandemic task force for national organization ...
UCF Student Seeks to Shine a Light on the Pandemic’s Effects on Nonprofits

UCF Student Seeks to Shine a Light on the Pandemic’s Effects on Nonprofits

Tiffany Chinwuba will be presenting her research during UCF’s virtual Student Scholar Symposium later this month ...
UCF’s Gospel & Cultural Choir Lifts Every Voice

UCF’s Gospel & Cultural Choir Lifts Every Voice

Watch this powerful rendition of the Black National Anthem by the choir, a student organization that started more than 40 ...
How a UCF Alum Helped a Presidential Election Campaign

How a UCF Alum Helped a Presidential Election Campaign

David Mariutto '12 spent the past six months working on a mail targeting program for a presidential election campaign from ...
UCF Student Elected to Help Protect Local Natural Resources

UCF Student Elected to Help Protect Local Natural Resources

Raquel Lozano begins her role this week on the Orange County Soil and Water Conservation District as she works toward ...
From the Classroom to the Emergency Operations Center

From the Classroom to the Emergency Operations Center

When Destini Johnson arrived to escort more than 60 elementary students to after-school care on February 14, 2018, the last ...
Easing Solar Power Restrictions May Benefit Florida’s Economy and Environment, Study Finds

Easing Solar Power Restrictions May Benefit Florida’s Economy and Environment, Study Finds

Current state regulations are not conducive to allowing power purchase agreements for solar energy production in Florida, according to the ...
UCF Voting Precinct Tops 100% Turnout

UCF Voting Precinct Tops 100% Turnout

UCF’s reputation as a voter friendly campus is reinforced thanks to a 107% voter turnout during the 2020 election, which ...
UCF Project Will Study Smart Tech to Improve Risk Communication in Central Florida

UCF Project Will Study Smart Tech to Improve Risk Communication in Central Florida

The NSF-funded, $1.2 million project also involves developing community partnerships and building a regional data-sharing platform to help with emergency ...
National Science Foundation Grant to Research How Intra-Government Units Work Together

National Science Foundation Grant to Research How Intra-Government Units Work Together

Public administration faculty member, Christopher Hawkins, will be continuing a decade's worth of research through a new National Science Foundation ...
UCF Faculty Member Receives Volunteer Florida Grant

UCF Faculty Member Receives Volunteer Florida Grant

Thomas Bryer, a professor of public administration and program director of the Office of Downtown Community Engaged Scholarship, received more ...
Hall Selected to Join the National Academy of Public Administration

Hall Selected to Join the National Academy of Public Administration

Jeremy Hall, professor and academic program coordinator for the doctoral program in public affairs ...
Championing a More Walkable Central Florida

Championing a More Walkable Central Florida

This alumni is the executive director Bike/Walk Central Florida, where she builds on the skills and experiences she gained while ...
The CPNM Partners with Orlando-based United Abolitionists to Combat Human Trafficking

The CPNM Partners with Orlando-based United Abolitionists to Combat Human Trafficking

The Center for Public and Nonprofit Management (CPNM) and the Orlando nonprofit, United Abolitionists, are collaborating to pursue research, develop ...
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