Awarded each spring, the Order of Pegasus is UCF’s most prestigious student honor.
A master’s student reflects on her second try at graduate school while enduring challenges with motherhood, losing loved ones, COVID-19 and work before completing her degrees.
Tiffany Chinwuba will be presenting her research during UCF’s virtual Student Scholar Symposium later this month.
UCF’s reputation as a voter friendly campus is reinforced thanks to a 107% voter turnout during the 2020 election, which saw eight Knights re-elected to the Florida Legislature.
Thomas Bryer, a professor of public administration and program director of the Office of Downtown Community Engaged Scholarship, received more than $73,000 as a planning grant from Volunteer Florida to assist communities economically and financially impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Center for Public and Nonprofit Management (CPNM) and the Orlando nonprofit, United Abolitionists, are collaborating to pursue research, develop policy-related solutions, and educate and train students and community leaders on the problem of human trafficking.
Students in Dr. Maritza Concha's program evaluation courses are diving into the podcast trend with the ElevateEvaluate podcast.
Five alumni from the School of Public Administration are honored for their commitment to changing communities for the better.
Naseeka Dixon, who will graduate May 2, has spent much of her time at UCF helping food-insecure students because she was once in their shoes.
Drishtie Patel ’08 ’12MNM is part of a team mapping the world’s missing roads to provide life-saving resources to people in times of crisis.