The tool can provide disaster readiness reports for 13.3 million addresses in 196 counties along the Gulf of Mexico — including all of Florida, and parts of Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana and Texas.
Annaliese Bullock expects to graduate this May with a master’s degree in educational leadership with a track higher education/student personnel track.
Each year, UCF recognizes outstanding faculty and student accomplishments during the annual Founders’ Day Honors Convocation. Here are the College of Community Innovation and Education’s 2022 honorees.
From creating resilient communities that can withstand natural disasters to educating the public through fiction that explains real science, this year’s honorees are using research to help create a brighter future.
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.
Associate Professor Latarsha Chisholm aims to improve quality of care and reduce disparities while implementing innovation in her field.
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.
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.
Working with researchers from other Florida universities, a UCF associate professor will help adapt and test the online program.