Research

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Research Content

Student Spotlight

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Student Spotlight Colleen Campbell Colleen Campbell, a student in the Social Work Track, presented her ongoing research on violence against home health care workers at the Fourth International Conference on Violence in the Health Sector, held Oct. 22-24 in Miami. Campbell made two oral presentations at the conference, a 90-minute workshop and a 30-minute lecture, […]

Financial Support

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Financial Support The College of Community Innovation and Education and the UCF College of Graduate Studies offer a number of opportunities for full-time students to receive fellowships and other means of financial support.This support includes: Merit-Based Fellowships Minority Fellowships Scholarships Assistantships For complete information, visit www.admissions.graduate.ucf.edu/funding/. Merit-Based Fellowships Trustees Doctoral Fellowship College-nominated; selected by UCF […]

Mission, Vision & Values

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Mission, Vision & Values Mission The Doctoral Program in Public Affairs prepares future leaders to deal with complex social, health and governance issues that cut across traditional disciplinary boundaries. The curriculum comprises an interdisciplinary core with advanced studies in criminal justice, health, public administration and social work. The program has a community-based focus with an […]

Program Description

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Program Description UCF’s Doctoral Program in Public Affairs is an interdisciplinary program that draws on the strengths of faculty members in criminal justice, health management and informatics, public administration, and social work. The program prepares students for academic appointments in colleges and universities as well as research and leadership positions in public, nonprofit and private agencies. The dynamic […]