Knox received the Kay C. Goss Innovation & Technology Award from the Federal Emergency Management Agency during its annual higher education symposium.
More than a dozen researchers are working on a wide variety of research that looks to prepare, respond, and mitigate hurricane impacts in Florida and beyond.
A UCF study finds social media can be a powerful tool for cities to communicate and to collect information to deploy emergency resources where needed most.
The latest episode features one of UCF’s emergency management experts.
From predicting COVID-19 infection rates to the pandemic’s influence on domestic violence, UCF experts contribute to national and international knowledge.
Public administration faculty member, Claire Knox, joins a pandemic task force for national organization.
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.
Public administration graduate assists aviation authority to earn ‘gold seal’ in preparedness and crisis management.
Five alumni from the School of Public Administration are honored for their commitment to changing communities for the better.
Graduating senior Andres Acosta is leading a team of 10 as they help the people of Seminole County during COVID-19.