UCF Receives $8 million in Grants to Enhance Special-needs Training for Education Majors

October 8, 2018 by
Central Florida schoolchildren with special needs — including those with autism or need extra help with math — will get some additional help thanks to more than $8 million in grants the University of Central Florida is receiving this month. Other Recent News Changing Health Habits in China Addiction Treatment Gap Is Driving A Black […]

Teacher Education Scholarships

October 4, 2018 by
The scholarship cycle will open on January 21 and close on February 28, 2019. All scholarship applications may be accessed on UCF’s A20 website. Please note that scholarship amounts vary. Recipients will be notified in June. For more information, contact Dr. Caroline Pratt Marrett. Undergraduate Scholarships Betty Alexander Legacy Scholarship Criteria: Applicant must be enrolled […]

Service Learning for Students – School of Public Administration

September 28, 2018 by
Service Learning for Students Some students may be required to complete a service learning project as part of a class while others may choose to pursue a service learning project to gain additional experience. How do I find service learning opportunities? Some classes have service learning built into the curriculum, including: Volunteerism in Nonprofit Management […]

Service Learning for Community Partners – School of Public Administration

September 28, 2018 by
Service Learning for Community Partners What are the benefits of becoming a community partner? It enhances the students’ learning experience. It meets the needs of your organization. It reinvigorates teaching for faculty by engaging students in social concerns. It provides access to the community with an infusion of people power and access to university resources. […]

Student Organizations – School of Public Administration

September 28, 2018 by
Student Organizations Want to get involved with a student organization? The School of Public Administration offers five different student groups that focus on different areas of public service. Click on the pictures below to connect with each organization. Emergency Management Student Association Students interested in emergency and crisis management should consider connecting with EMSA. In […]

Boardman Fellowship – School of Public Administration

September 28, 2018 by
Boardman Fellowship Are you enrolling in the Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning thsi fall? Apply for the Boardman Fellowship, which provides financial support to new graduate students interested in pursuing a career in environmental management and urban planning. Scholarship Benefits: Up to $18,000 for tuition, fees and a stipend Work as a […]

Media Experts – School of Public Administration

September 27, 2018 by
Media Experts With close to 30 faculty members, the UCF School of Public Administration has the largest faculty of any public administration department or school in Florida. Our faculty members cover a depth and breadth of topics related to public management, and can lend their expertise to virtually any story you need to cover. Architecture […]

Alumni and Giving – School of Public Administration

September 27, 2018 by
Alumni & Giving Alumni Our alumni are an important part of the SPA family. Once you graduate, we encourage you to remain connected with us, to share your ongoing achievements, accomplishments and contributions to the field. Feel free to send us your news and updates, and follow us @spaucf on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, and […]

School History – School of Public Administration

September 27, 2018 by
School History The rich and dynamic history of the School of Public Administration is a hallmark of the school’s faculty, staff and leaders, who were all dedicated to pushing public administration education at UCF to new heights. Check out our timeline below to view facts, pictures and videos that depict the school’s 40-year history.

Mission, Vision and Goals – School of Public Administration

September 27, 2018 by
Mission, Vision & Goals Mission The UCF School of Public Administration prepares students for professional public service leadership through a curriculum set on a foundation of scholarship, ethical principles, and engagement that creates relevant and accessible knowledge to address complex societal issues in Central Florida and beyond. Vision The UCF School of Public Administration is […]