UCF, Osceola Regional Medical Center Residents Staff Presidential Inauguration

UCF, Osceola Regional Medical Center Residents Staff Presidential Inauguration

Emergency physicians in training from UCF’s College of Medicine will use their skills on a national stage this week as they staff the presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C. The doctors are completing their residencies in Emergency Medicine at Osceola Regional Medical Center. During the inauguration, three ER residents and two attending physicians from Osceola Regional will […]

UCF Expert To Discuss What Terrorists and Freedom Fighters Have in Common

Güneş Murat Tezcür, Ph.D., the Jalal Talabani Chair of Kurdish Political Studies at UCF, will speak at the Tuscawilla Country Club Wednesday, Jan. 25  at 6 p.m. The title of his talk is ‘What do Terrorists and Freedom Fighters Have in Common?’ Tezcür will explain the reasoning behind individuals’ decisions to join an armed organization […]

Study Explores How Race Impacts Police Use of Force and Suspect Resistance

University researchers have found that hiring more black police officers alone will not improve the relationship between police and black communities. This finding comes from a study that aimed to provide scientific data regarding a public belief that more black police officers would result in better treatment to, and garner positive reactions from, black citizens. […]

What's in a Name? Osceola's Advanced Manufacturing Consortium Now Called BRIDG

The International Consortium for Advanced Manufacturing Research, known as ICAMR, announced Tuesday that it will officially do business as BRIDG, an acronym that captures the central mission of the innovative technology collective – “Bridging the Innovation Development Gap.” Leaders say the new name better stands for what they do – connecting researchers and industry to […]