UCF College of Business Administration Celebrates the Benefits of Failure

UCF College of Business Administration Celebrates the Benefits of Failure

Alex Eatmon is the Summer 2014 Failure Competition winner. This competition is open to UCF business students taking the Capstone course. In order to enter, each student must submit an essay on a failure they have experienced, how it transformed them and what others can learn from their experience. “Despite what helicopter parents think, everyone […]

  • Fulfilling a 6-Year-Old's Dream: UCF Students Design and Build Him an Arm

    The thing Alex Pring hated most about kindergarten wasn’t learning to cut, paste or count. It was answering the same question everyone asks when they meet the 6-year-old. “What happened to your arm?” Alex is missing his right arm from just above his elbow, and it’s the one thing he doesn’t like talking about. “I […]

  • 'Not Anymore' to Help Students Prevent, Respond to Sexual Assaults

    With crimes such as sexual assault, stalking and domestic violence on the rise nationally, it’s especially important for college students to know how to prevent and respond to those threats. Education is the best defense in many cases, which is why for the past three years the University of Central Florida has required new students […]

  • Rosen College Students to Travel the Knight Away with Hospitality Professionals

    Local professionals from Central Florida’s hospitality industry will gather at the Rosen College of Hospitality Management at the University of Central Florida on July 24 for Travel the Knight Away, an annual networking and appreciation event. Current event management students will host the event for members of Rosen College’s advisory boards to recognize and honor […]


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  • 7 Questions with Nicole Cutrufo, ‘13

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  • Biomedical Students Apply Science to Diagnose Simulated Patient

    Meet patient Isaac Morris who is complaining of shortness of breath and a fast pulse. College of Medicine assistant professor Dr. David Harris asks his undergraduate physiology students to step closer to assess the patient’s condition because Mr. Morris is showing all the signs of an asthma attack. Isaac Morris is one of the mannequin […]

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Research at the Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences

The four main areas of research at the UCF College of Medicine’s Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences are featured.