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Colonel Mike Murdock Scholarship Recognizes Students Committed to Public Service

Colonel Harry Michael “Mike” Murdock ’74 dedicated his life to public service. He is described as immensely committed to impacting ...
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Students Explore Program Evaluation through Podcasting

Students in Dr. Maritza Concha's program evaluation courses are diving into the podcast trend with the ElevateEvaluate podcast ...
Carrie Mathe

Public Administration Alum Helps Orange County Fight COVID-19

Orange County's procurement division might work behind the scenes, but Carrie Mathes and her team help the government run ...
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Alumna at the Ready to Help Orlando Airports in Emergencies

Public administration graduate assists aviation authority to earn ‘gold seal’ in preparedness and crisis management. News Archives Select News CategoryAlumniCollegeCounselor ...
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Meet the 2020 Outstanding Alumni from the School of Public Administration

Five alumni from the School of Public Administration are honored for their commitment to changing communities for the better ...
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From Intern to Emergency Team Leader for Seminole County

Graduating senior Andres Acosta is leading a team of 10 as they help the people of Seminole County during COVID-19 ...
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Into the Heart of a Crisis

The inaugural class of UCF’s master’s program in emergency and crisis management is graduating having already gained varied experiences from ...
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New Certificate Explores Social Justice Issues in Public Service

Debuting this fall, the social justice in public service graduate certificate will give students the opportunity to explore the changing ...
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Mapping the World

Drishtie Patel ’08 ’12MNM is part of a team mapping the world’s missing roads to provide life-saving resources to people ...
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Out of Moves

Orlando’s affordable housing is a game of chance. News Archives Select News CategoryAlumniCollegeCounselor EducationCriminal JusticeHealth Management and InformaticsHigher EducationLearning SciencesLegal ...
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Peace Corps Ranks UCF in Top 25 Volunteer-Producing Universities

UCF was ranked today by the Peace Corps at No. 24 among large U.S. schools on the agency’s 2020 list ...
Abby Lemay

Rebuilding Orlando One Homeowner at a Time

Abby Lemay ’15MNM awakens each day at 7 a.m. in order to arrive to the Rebuilding Together Central Florida office ...
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CPNM Welcomes International Visitor Leadership Program

The Center for Public and Nonprofit Management (CPNM) collaborated with the World Affairs Council of Central Florida, a network dedicated ...
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UCF Soccer Stars Headed for Pro Leagues

Cal Jennings ’19 and Jonathan Dean ’18 have new places to call home after the 2020 MLS SuperDraft while the ...
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New UCF Project Will Put Downtown Orlando Air Quality Data in Residents’ Hands

More than 100 air sensors will be installed throughout Downtown Orlando and will provide near-real-time data about air quality to ...
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