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Dean Named for the College of Community Innovation and Education

Grant Hayes, interim provost and senior vice chancellor for Academic Affairs at East Carolina University, starts at UCF Aug. 1. ...

New Tool from UCF-led Team Shows Homeowners and Renters the True Cost of Disasters

The tool can provide disaster readiness reports for 13.3 million addresses in 196 counties along the Gulf of Mexico — including all of Florida, and parts of Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana and Texas. ...

College of Community Innovation and Education Celebrates Inaugural Alumni Celebration Knight

The College of Community Innovation and Education, in partnership with the CCIE Alumni Board, recognized outstanding alumni and community partners during the inaugural CCIE Celebration Knight Thursday, May 12. ...

Former Foster Care Child, Now Mother of 3 Reaches Goal of Becoming Teacher

Recent spring graduate Jeanette Marie Reynoso shares her unlikely path to achieving her dream. ...

Mother of 4, Specialized Education Advocate to Graduate from UCF

Spring commencement, Mother’s Day, and National Barriers Day fall on the same weekend this year, which is an appropriate way to introduce Christine Parsons ’17. ...

UCF Teacher Education Student Shares Her Inspiration as a Future Educator

Raynee Meek, an elementary education undergraduate student, shares what motivates her to become a teacher. ...
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📢 Criminal justice Knights!
Register for the Orlando Police Department’s career fair and learn how to join their team. Explore available positions in a variety of fields, including police officers, crime analysts, community service officers and more.

🗓 Saturday, May 21
⌚️ 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
➡️ orlando.gov/Events/Orlando-Police-Department-Career-Fair

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UCF College of Community Innovation and Education5 days ago

Michael D. Johnson, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, announced that Grant Hayes will become the new dean of the College of Community Innovation and Education starting this Fall. Congratulations, Dr. Hayes!

Read more 👇🏻

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UCF College of Community Innovation and Education5 days ago

Welcome back, Knights! Summer classes start today, have a great semester. #ChargeOn!

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education1 week ago

It was a Knight to remember! 🕺🎉

Last night, we honored some of CCIE’s brightest stars at the inaugural CCIE Celebration Knight. Alumni, faculty, staff and community partners came together to network and honor exceptional individuals across our academic units. 💛⚔️🖤

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education1 week ago

A recent study conducted by Erica Fissel, assistant professor of criminal justice, alongside a team of UCF researchers, showed that the prevalence of intimate-partner cyber abuse has stayed consistent before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. Take a look 👇🏻

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education1 week ago

Preparing high school students to become future teachers 👨‍🏫 That is the goal of the partnership between UCF and the Future Teachers Magnet program at Edgewater High School. Students in the program learn to manage a classroom and write lesson plans. They are also dual-enrolled at Valencia College and receive college credit.

"We want to recruit students when they're in high school because that's when they're making decisions," said Norine Blanch, associate lecturer at UCF.

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education2 days ago

📢 Criminal justice Knights!
Register for the Orlando Police Department’s career fair and learn how to join their team. Explore available positions in a variety of fields, including police officers, crime analysts, community service officers and more.

🗓 Saturday, May 21
⌚️ 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
➡️ orlando.gov/Events/Orlando-Police-Department-Career-Fair

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education5 days ago

Michael D. Johnson, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, announced that Grant Hayes will become the new dean of the College of Community Innovation and Education starting this Fall. Congratulations, Dr. Hayes!

Read more 👇🏻

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education5 days ago

Welcome back, Knights! Summer classes start today, have a great semester. #ChargeOn!

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education1 week ago

It was a Knight to remember! 🕺🎉

Last night, we honored some of CCIE’s brightest stars at the inaugural CCIE Celebration Knight. Alumni, faculty, staff and community partners came together to network and honor exceptional individuals across our academic units. 💛⚔️🖤

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education1 week ago

A recent study conducted by Erica Fissel, assistant professor of criminal justice, alongside a team of UCF researchers, showed that the prevalence of intimate-partner cyber abuse has stayed consistent before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. Take a look 👇🏻

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education

UCF College of Community Innovation and Education1 week ago

Preparing high school students to become future teachers 👨‍🏫 That is the goal of the partnership between UCF and the Future Teachers Magnet program at Edgewater High School. Students in the program learn to manage a classroom and write lesson plans. They are also dual-enrolled at Valencia College and receive college credit.

"We want to recruit students when they're in high school because that's when they're making decisions," said Norine Blanch, associate lecturer at UCF.

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