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  • How Does the UCF Creed Help You Build your Armor?

    The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities and the Parent and Family Fund announced the start of the 2014 Creed Art Contest. Students can submit original 2-D or 3-D pieces of artwork that represent the UCF Creed Values of Integrity, Scholarship, Community, Creativity or Excellence. This year’s theme: How does the UCF Creed help you […]

  • Competitive Grant Supports 23 Nurse Practitioner Students

    The UCF College of Nursing has received a competitive grant in the amount of $700,000 for two academic years from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HRSA). The college will receive $350,000 each academic year to support nurse practitioner students through the Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship (AENT) program. This competitive grant was created […]

  • Osceola Partnership Could Fuel UCF Bid for $200 Million Photonics Institute

    In a move that would secure Florida’s role as a national leader in photonics manufacturing, the University of Central Florida is competing for $200 million in federal and private funds to house a national Integrated Photonics Manufacturing Institute for Manufacturing Innovation. President John C. Hitt announced UCF’s decision to go after the federal money at […]

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Diversity Week Breakfast 2014

The annual kickoff breakfast was held Oct. 13 in the Student Union.

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  • Big Companies Honor UCF's 3D Arm Team for Using Innovation, Tech Savvy to Make A Difference

    A team of University of Central Florida engineering students who made an inexpensive 3D arm for a 6-year-old boy this summer is being honored today at the STEAM Gala, a black-tie event sponsored by some of the biggest companies in the nation. The gala is the kickoff of STEAM Week, a series of entertaining and […]

  • Q&A: Another Day in the Life of UCF's Reflecting Pond

    UCF’s iconic Reflecting Pond, the site of Friday’s Homecoming Spirit Splash, was one of the first structures built on the campus. Construction of the pond was completed in 1967, a year before UCF classes began, and it has always been the hub of the constantly growing university. The 225,000-gallon pool is used as the photogenic […]

  • Family Creed Helps Junior Guard Overcome Fire, Season-Ending Injuries

    The phone call came from 1,200 miles away. On a September 2011 morning after a workout, Bryeasha Blair, then a freshman on the UCF women’s basketball team, picked up the phone. At the other end of the connection was the hysterical voice of her mother. The home she grew up in had gone up in […]

  • Volleyball: Conference Record Improves to 8-0

    The UCF volleyball team used a productive offensive performance, hitting .423 as a team, to earn a straight set (25-18, 29-27, 25-15) win over Cincinnati in an American Athletic Conference match in Fifth Third Arena on Sunday afternoon. The Knights improved to 15-5 overall, and stand unblemished at 8-0 in The American. “We played an […]

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The Plan for UCF Downtown

UCF in Downtown Orlando: The potential of UCF moving downtown and the benefits to the community.