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  • Record-Setting International Cohort Begins Disney Undergraduate Program

    UCF’s Rosen College welcomed the largest cohort of international students for the start of the Disney Undergraduate Program on January 20. A total of 51 students from Rosen College’s six partner universities in China and South Korea attended Orientation in preparation for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to study and work in one of the world’s top […]

  • #UCFBusiness Welcome to the Majors Draws 1000 Students

    “What will I do when I graduate? Am I the one – the one who will stand out?” Last Friday, the UCF College of Business Administration had 1000 business students ask themselves these questions at Welcome the Majors, held at the Venue on campus. The event served as an informational and exciting kickoff to the […]

  • Female Execs Set to Inspire at First Women's Hospitality & Tourism Leadership Forum

    The University of Central Florida’s Rosen College of Hospitality Management will host the first Women’s Hospitality & Tourism Leadership Forum (WHTLF) on Friday, March 20, 2015. In celebration of Women’s History Month, this premier event will bring together industry leaders, professionals and students to promote leadership excellence among women in the hospitality and tourism management […]

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  • Florida Blue Leader Cites Communication Skills As Key To Success

    “Release the need to always be right. It’s better to leave a sense of creating a mutual relationship.” The UCF College of Business Administration (#UCFBusiness) recently invited Florida Blue’s market president, Tony Jenkins, to present at the Dean’s Leadership Class to a group of student leaders. Jenkins emphasized the importance of treating others with respect […]

  • Leave Them (Texting) Kidz Alone

    By trade, I am a professor of writing and rhetoric. In layman’s terms, this makes me an English teacher. These are deeply dreaded words for many people. When I identify my profession to new acquaintances, I get a range of responses: obviously, some people don’t find it that interesting—it’s not like I’m an astronaut or […]

  • 'Arcadia' Performance Blends Arts, Sciences, Language

    Theatre UCF, part of the UCF School of Performing Arts, will present Tom Stoppard’s play Arcadia through Feb. 1, in the Main Stage theater on the University of Central Florida campus. Arcadia is a witty and complex story that switches between two time periods, 1809 and 1999. In the earlier time period, 13-year-old Thomasina makes a startling scientific […]

  • Biology Professor Earns Top Honors for Innovative Science Education

    From creating storybooks that teach preschoolers about the dangers of aquarium dumping to engaging more than 47,000 volunteers on oyster-reef restoration and living-shoreline projects since 2007, UCF biology professor Linda Walters has found ways to make science exciting and relevant to people of all ages. That’s why earlier this month the Society for Integrative and […]

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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.