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  • With NASA’s Help, High-Tech UCF Sensor Payload Headed for Stratosphere

    NASA and a UCF physics professor plan to launch a high-altitude balloon on Sunday to test a high-tech payload that may one day be used to detect life on other planets. A team led by Robert Peale of the University of Central Florida’s Department of Physics is sending an experimental sensor the size of a […]

  • Bill Steiger Highlights Professional Selling Program at Dean’s Luncheon

    To promote thought leadership in the UCF College of Business Administration (#UCFBusiness), Dean Paul Jarley hosts a monthly luncheon, gathering faculty from various departments to discuss events in the college. February’s guest speaker was Bill Steiger, coordinator of the Professional Selling Program. The Professional Selling Program is a selective degree track within the Department of […]

  • #UCFBusiness Dean’s Excellence Awards Deadline Extended to March 16th

    The UCF College of Business Administration (#UCFBusiness) Dean’s Excellence Awards will highlight faculty, staff and students who have taken the tenets of the college’s culture to heart – getting out of their comfort zones, collaborating across disciplines and making effective decisions using real-time data. Only current faculty, students and full-time administrative and professional (A&P) staff […]

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  • Annual Literacy Symposium Packing the Podium with Education Experts

    The 17th Annual Literacy Symposium, coming up April 3rd on the UCF campus, has an expanded and impressive lineup of speakers this year, covering topics from curriculum to digital writing to student engagement and more. Four keynote presentations are among the many highlights planned for the symposium, covering a range of subjects relevant to teachers […]

  • Summit at UCF Addressed Pressing Global Issues

    Students, faculty, practitioners and community members learned about “Opportunities and Challenges for Human Society and Development” at the 2015 Florida International Summit recently at UCF. Sponsored by the Florida Network for Global Studies (FNGS), which was established in 2003, the summit was co-hosted by UCF and FSU. The Feb. 26 event included two addresses and […]

  • Sagging Pants Does Not Equate to Sagging Values

    For years I’ve debated the issue of people wearing sagging pants with anyone who cared to listen. I’ve hesitated to speak publicly for fear people would think I was condoning the style of dress. For the record, I believe style is a matter of personal expression.  Consider it this way: Some Americans grow up in […]

  • Living and Breathing Science Pays Off

    Living and breathing science seems to pay off, according to research published in the Journal of College Science Teaching. Kimberly Schneider, the director of undergraduate research at University of Central Florida, and her team recently published a study that looked at the university’s unique Learning Environment and Academic Research Network (LEARN) and found the focused […]

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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.