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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. ...
UCF Elementary Education Alumna Lands Dream Teaching Job

UCF Elementary Education Alumna Lands Dream Teaching Job

Through her undergraduate thesis work, Mary Annaliese Dehner ’20 combined her love for dance and education and has turned it into a career as a public school dance teacher. ...
UCF Alum Urges Public to Get Vaccinated After COVID Story Makes Headlines

UCF Alum Urges Public to Get Vaccinated After COVID Story Makes Headlines

Terry Greear ’02 contracted COVID in January before he was eligible to get the vaccine and nearly died during his 72-day stay in the hospital. ...
Introducing New Faculty

Introducing New Faculty

Join us in welcoming new faculty members to the College of Community Innovation and Education. ...
UCF Center for Public and Nonprofit Management Announces New Director

UCF Center for Public and Nonprofit Management Announces New Director

Maritza Concha, a lecturer in the School of Public Administration, has been named the next director of the UCF Center for Public and Nonprofit Management (CPNM). ...
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UCF College of Community Innovation and Education3 weeks ago

Terry Greear ’02 nearly died during his 72-day stay in the hospital after contracting coronavirus earlier this year. “I had every intention of getting the vaccine and never doubted its importance, but I did not have the opportunity to get it in January prior to falling ill.”

The UCF School of Teacher Education alum hopes that by sharing his story, more people will decide to protect themselves and others by getting vaccinated.

#GetVacciKnighted
ucf.edu/vax

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education3 weeks ago

✅ Gain professional skills to build your resume
✅ Make connections and build your network
✅ Earn a $1,300 Segal AmeriCorps Award

Whether you’re interested in becoming a teacher, looking for a work-study opportunity or want to gain professional skills to better your career, Jumpstart is a great way to give back to the community and make a lasting impact.

Learn more and apply: www.jstart.org/apply

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education3 weeks ago

Join us in welcoming new faculty members to #UCFCCIE! They bring a wealth of experience and knowledge that will be invaluable to our students and community.

Learn more about their backgrounds and research interests 👇🏻

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UCF College of Community Innovation and Education4 weeks ago

Most communities are prepared to manage one disaster or crisis, but what happens when they overlap?

Join Associate Professor Claire Knox on Tuesday, September 14, to discuss the impact of cascading disasters and how emergency management professionals can increase community resilience.

🗓 September 14
⏰ 12 – 1 p.m.
➡️ bit.ly/3j8t3kI

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education4 weeks ago

We’d like to give a big, warm welcome to our newest Knights, who begin their doctoral programs this fall.

Welcome and remember to #ChargeOn! 🖤⚔️💛

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education4 weeks ago

Welcome back, Knights! ⚔️ It feels great to be back together. Check out these tips to make the most out of the first week of classes. 😎

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