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  • Theatre UCF Student Wins 1st National Environmental Playwriting Award

    University of Central Florida student Alex Hehr recently won the inaugural National Planet Earth Arts Award for the American College Theatre Festival for his original piece Biodegradable Seagulls. The award, presented at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., was given to a play that addresses environment, climate change, or society’s impact on sustainability.  “I was […]

  • Exhibition Features End-of-Year Films

    Showing titles such as “For the Love of Optimism,” “Grizzly Girl” and “The Florida I Never Knew,” four days of UCF student and faculty films will be shown beginning today, May 5. Films to be presented are capstone projects, experimental cinema, video art, and non-narrative works. Each year the film program in the School of […]

  • Traffic Changes for Upcoming Commencement Ceremonies

    Expect upcoming road closures near the CFE Arena and traffic delays in the UCF area due to commencement ceremonies. Graduates, students, staff and faculty members, and campus visitors are encouraged to follow directions provided on message boards to minimize traffic congestion and delays. Parking garages D and H will be reserved for the commencement ceremonies. […]

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FIEA Students Present Capstone Gaming Projects

FIEA Students Present Capstone Gaming Projects

Teams of graduate students at the University of Central Florida’s Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy on Aug. 7 demonstrated their capstone projects — fully polished video games they’d spent months creating. Photos by Tara Libby/FIEA          

Promos

  • Theatre UCF Student Wins 1st National Environmental Playwriting Award

    University of Central Florida student Alex Hehr recently won the inaugural National Planet Earth Arts Award for the American College Theatre Festival for his original piece Biodegradable Seagulls. The award, presented at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., was given to a play that addresses environment, climate change, or society’s impact on sustainability.  “I was […]

  • Exhibition Features End-of-Year Films

    Showing titles such as “For the Love of Optimism,” “Grizzly Girl” and “The Florida I Never Knew,” four days of UCF student and faculty films will be shown beginning today, May 5. Films to be presented are capstone projects, experimental cinema, video art, and non-narrative works. Each year the film program in the School of […]

  • Traffic Changes for Upcoming Commencement Ceremonies

    Expect upcoming road closures near the CFE Arena and traffic delays in the UCF area due to commencement ceremonies. Graduates, students, staff and faculty members, and campus visitors are encouraged to follow directions provided on message boards to minimize traffic congestion and delays. Parking garages D and H will be reserved for the commencement ceremonies. […]

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Hand-A-Thon: Building Bionic Hands for Kids

Volunteers help build mechanical hands for kids at the UCF Limbitless Hand-A-Thon.