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.
The annual Criminal Justice and Public Service Conference was recognized for its commitment to the benefit of both criminal justice students and organizations that attend.
Graduate student Ashley Steen is looking at the impact of the Puerto Rican migration to the Central Florida community following damage caused by Hurricane Maria in 2017.
Erica Fissel, assistant professor in the Department of Criminal Justice, shares her passion for helping women affected by cyber abuse in honor of Women’s History Month.
Awarded each spring, the Order of Pegasus is UCF’s most prestigious student honor.
He is one of 46 higher education leaders from across the nation selected for the prestigious program.
UCF Researchers to Identify Decision-making Factors in Courts Regarding Medications for Opioid-use Disorder
The team’s findings will be used by the Office of the State Courts Administrator to develop trainings and guidelines for problem-solving courts to use when making decisions about treatment options for court participants.
The program awarded a total of $1 million to 32 teams. This is the third year the program has been available to UCF faculty and researchers.
UCF consistently rises in the U.S. News & World Report rankings, earning recognition among the best universities in the country.
For Aleesha Jahur ’21, it was a simple class in criminal justice that ignited her passion for the field – and led to a full-time role with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.