Assistant professor Amanda Wilkerson took home the organization’s Research Award, while recent alum Ashley Samson won the Graduate Student of the Year Award.
A $110,000 grant will help prepare middle school career and workforce education teachers to incorporate exploration of space careers into curriculum in their classrooms.
UCF Curriculum and Instruction Doctoral Student Leads Orange County School to Prestigious Environmental Status
Amanda Ferguson played a critical role in helping Arbor Ridge K-8 School secure a U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School designation.
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.
Educational leadership and higher education faculty member Larry Walker explains the importance of creating supportive communities for Black male researchers as part of our celebration of Black History Month.
The federal funding will allow the team to implement a three-pronged, research-backed approach to bolster English learners’ academic success and family and community involvement.
Nine UCF programs rank in the top 10 nationally, providing flexibility and increased opportunities for students to succeed in critical, high-wage jobs.
Maria Vazquez ’95MEd ’10EdD has served as the district’s deputy superintendent since 2018.
The NSF project will examine culturally relevant messaging and political socialization of historically Black college and university students and how those factors influence political interest and participation.
Amanda Wilkerson will serve as principal investigator as her team examines how such messaging influences students at historically black colleges and universities.