A South Korean Military Captain Is Loving Life at UCF

A South Korean Military Captain Is Loving Life at UCF

Imagine living nearly 8,000 miles from home, learning a new language and occupation, raising a child and getting settled with your spouse in a different country. It sounds daunting doesn’t it? Just spend five minutes with Kyung “Jin” Park, a master’s degree seeking student from South Korea and you’ll learn it’s all been worth it […]

Recreation and Wellness Center Rolls-Out Its Largest Crop of Graduate Assistants

UCF’s Recreation and Wellness Center strengthened its position as one of the nation’s leaders in developing campus recreation professionals with the largest group of graduate assistants in the department’s nearly 40 year history. Ten graduating seniors have accepted positions at universities nationwide: Jessica Armenteros (University of South Florida) Kyra Dickie (University of Kentucky) Evelyn O’Campo […]

UCF, Nike Unveil New Uniforms for the 2016 Football Season

When Scott Frost was hired on Dec. 1, the very first question he faced from a media member related to UCF’s jerseys, and the questions eventually piled up from fans as well. A little more than five months later, UCF and Nike have announced a brand new look for the Black and Gold starting for […]

Lapchick to Receive Harvard Behavioral Health Award

Richard Lapchick, director of UCF’s DeVos Sport Business Management program, will be honored Friday by Harvard Medical School and the Dana-Farber Cancer Center with the Harvard Impact Global Health Catalyst Distinguished Leader Award for his work with cognitive and behavioral health in sports. Lapchick, a human-rights activist, proponent of racial equality and an internationally recognized […]