Over the next five years, a U.S. Department of Education grant will help facilitate the placement of more than 200 counseling and school psychology graduate students in local high-need schools.
UCF Graduate Programs Climb in U.S. News Rankings, Highlighting Research Excellence and Community Impact
UCF’s emergency management program ranks No. 2 in the country, and graduate programs in education, engineering and nursing climbed in this year’s U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools rankings.
Multiple awards will help fund the doctoral students’ dissertation work.
New $1.25 Million UCF Project Addresses State’s Critical Shortage of Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists
Project CENTRAL is funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education and will help educators in the state receive enhanced education and preparation.
This year marked the first time that master’s students participated alongside doctoral students in the annual Three Minute Thesis Competition at UCF.
After experiencing combat as a Marine in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm, W. Bryce Hagedorn, PhD, NCC, MAC, LMHC, QCS, began considering the possibility of becoming a counselor and helping service members, fellow veterans, and other military-connected individuals when he eventually re-entered civilian life.
For 18 years, UCF has been helping families stay together by teaching couples research-supported techniques focused on effective communication and listening.
Associate lecturer, mental health counselor and Uzbekistan native Gulnora Hundley ’04MA ’08PhD, shares why she’s provided free teletherapy sessions to Ukrainian mental health professionals, the importance of culturally competent mental health education and practices, and her work with broadening mental health training internationally.
Two dozen faculty members from the College of Community Innovation and Education were approved for promotion effective Aug. 8.
Four students earned third place in the organization’s Graduate Student Ethics Awards for Doctoral Degree Students.