UCF juniors and seniors who interned through the Teacher Quality Partnerships project signed their letters of intent to accept teaching positions with the district.
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.
Professor Janice Seabrooks-Blackmore leads the statewide effort to improve periods of educational transition for youth and young adults with disabilities.
The honor provides professional growth opportunities for educators whose work focuses on diversity, inclusion, equity and justice in PreK-12 STEM education.
UCF consistently rises in the U.S. News & World Report rankings, earning recognition among the best universities in the country.
With UCF matching the donation, a new $2 million scholarship in memory of the late Lynnwood Arthur Lee ’78 will help education students.
Toni Jennings Exceptional Education Institute offered free, quality developmental screenings for a preschool and elementary school in Parramore, while UCF students gained community-based experience.
Through her undergraduate thesis work, Mary Annaliese Dehner ’20 combined her love for dance and education and has turned it into a career as a public school dance teacher.
Terry Greear ’02 contracted COVID in January before he was eligible to get the vaccine and nearly died during his 72-day stay in the hospital.