Gregg Buckingham ’02EdD, an associate lecturer in UCF’s School of Public Administration who worked for NASA for 28 years, shares insight from working for the space agency and the impact of teaching.
The $50,000 award allows the university’s team to develop the project with government and community partners.
The honor is designed to recognize some of UCF’s brightest stars who shine a positive light on UCF and on their respective fields.
Two dozen faculty members from the College of Community Innovation and Education were approved for promotion effective Aug. 8.
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.
UCF Recognized for Academic Excellence and Advancing Professional Careers in Engineering, Research and Innovation
Led by the nation’s No. 3 homeland security program and some of the best engineering and research-innovation programs in the country, U.S. News & World Report ranked more than 30 UCF graduate programs among the best.
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.
The School of Public Administration looks back on – and ahead to – the success of one of UCF’s graduate programs.
Associate Professor Abdul-Akeem Sadiq works with agencies so they can help families recover after disasters, including finding closure after losing loved ones.
Thomas Bryer received the Global Lithuanian Award for contributions to scientific progress in Lithuania.