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From the Classroom to the Emergency Operations Center

From the Classroom to the Emergency Operations Center

When Destini Johnson arrived to escort more than 60 elementary students to after-school care on February 14, 2018, the last thing she expected was to be alerted to an active assailant at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School – less than two miles away. ...
Easing Solar Power Restrictions May Benefit Florida’s Economy and Environment, Study Finds

Easing Solar Power Restrictions May Benefit Florida’s Economy and Environment, Study Finds

Current state regulations are not conducive to allowing power purchase agreements for solar energy production in Florida, according to the new study. ...
UCF Researcher Examines Benefits of Supportive Communities for Older Adults

UCF Researcher Examines Benefits of Supportive Communities for Older Adults

The number of Americans age 65 and older continues to increase as the baby boom generation ages and people are living longer. ...
UCF Patents Virtual Technology that Uses Biometric Sensors in New Way to Help People Conquer Fear and Anxiety Disorders

UCF Patents Virtual Technology that Uses Biometric Sensors in New Way to Help People Conquer Fear and Anxiety Disorders

Lisa Dieker and the Center for Research in Education Simulation Technology recently received two patents, one of which aims to help people with environmental anxiety disorder. ...
Forged in Fire

Forged in Fire

After enduring childhood abuse, Anthony Daniels spent years in the court system and social services. That experience has inspired him to become a lawyer — like the ones who helped him. ...
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UCF College of Community Innovation and Education8 hours ago

Hey, Knights! 👋🏻

Just a friendly reminder that campus will be closed on Monday, January 18 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

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UCF College of Community Innovation and Education2 days ago

Need some advising? 🤔 Our student service teams are here to assist as you progress through your academic career at UCF.

Click on the link to schedule a meeting with an advisor! 👇🏻
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UCF College of Community Innovation and Education3 days ago

According to a new study that appeared in the 𝘗𝘓𝘖𝘚 𝘉𝘪𝘰𝘭𝘰𝘨𝘺 journal, 100 UCF researchers are in the top of their fields. We are honored to have four faculty members who are among the top 2% of their fields.

Congratulations Roger Azevedo, Thomas Wan, Naim Kapucu and Lynn Unruh on this well-deserved recognition. 🎉
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School of Public Administration at UCF, UCF Health Management and Informatics

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UCF College of Community Innovation and Education5 days ago

Happy first day of classes, Knights! We’re so glad to have you back and wish you the best for the spring semester. ✨😌

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UCF College of Community Innovation and Education1 week ago

We’re back in action, Knights! Are you ready for spring semester? The Undergraduate Affairs office is offering daily virtual sessions to answer academic questions.

Chat with one of their advisors via Zoom and get your questions answered!

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➡️ http://bit.ly/358vmwR
✉️ ccieuginfo@ucf.edu

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UCF College of Community Innovation and Education1 week ago

Raquel Lozano, a public administration and political science student, begins her role as an elected representative for District 3 on the Orange County Soil and Water Conservation District this week.

Lozano has always had a passion for helping others. “I always liked the idea of working for people, working for a community. This position isn’t something that I just want on a resume. We need to make sure we manage our resources well, that we aren’t depleting it all mindlessly, and that we encourage businesses and local government to promote sustainable initiatives.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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