UCF’s Sport and Exercise Science Doctoral Program Ranks 6th Nationally

UCF's Sport and Exercise Science Doctoral Program Ranks 6th Nationally

Perseverance prevailed for UCF College of Education and Human Performance’s Sport and Exercise Science’s doctoral program. The Ph.D. program was ranked sixth in the nation by the National Academy of Kinesiology in September. NAK promotes the study and educational applications of the art and science of human movement and physical activity, and conducts a doctoral […]

Students Who Use Wheelchairs Find Freedom on Rock-Climbing Tower

Inch by inch, participants pull themselves to the top of UCF’s adaptive-climbing rock tower, ascending high above their wheelchairs and achieving new heights that others sometimes think they can’t reach. “It feels like a bit of freedom,” said Katherine Torres, a student majoring in health services administration who has a muscle weakness that doesn’t allow […]

Former Knight’s Company Spins Socks into Gold

Rob Starkman dreams that one day, athletes everywhere will wear his socks. Not the ones in his sock drawer – the former UCF student is talking about the socks produced by Rock ‘Em Apparel, the company he launched in his college apartment. That was four years ago, and now the business has brought in more […]

10 Things to Know About UCF's Season-Opener vs FIU

The UCF Knights will host Florida International University at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 3, for the season-opener in a game televised nationally on CBS Sports Network. Here’s everything students, staff and faculty members, alumni and fans need to know to get up to speed on game day. When Will Classes Conclude and Game Day Activities […]