UCFPD’s Zambri Graduates From FBI National Academy

UCFPD’s Zambri Graduates From FBI National Academy

UCF Police Maj. David Zambri this spring traded in sunshine, the comforts of home, and his job overseeing the department’s administrative services in exchange for cold weather, a dorm room and intensive professional development. The tradeoff was worth it. After 10 weeks in Quantico, Va., Zambri left the FBI National Academy with invaluable training and […]

  • CREOL Graduate, First-of-his-kind at UCF

    The first graduate of a new UCF degree program – the Bachelor of Science in Photonic Science and Engineering – will earn his diploma Thursday and is looking forward to entering a field that is poised to boom in the coming years. Andrew Kirk came to UCF to study aerospace engineering, but when he took […]

  • UCF Graduation Stories: 250,000 Alumni, Mom-Daughter Pair, More

    UCF’s 250,000th graduate will cross the stage on Saturday morning, May 9, during one of six commencement ceremonies this week at the CFE Arena. More than 7,500 students are expected to graduate May 7 to 9. Below are stories of interest that media are invited to cover, along with the details for each ceremony. 250,000th […]

  • Local Company Supports UCF's Athletes with Annual Breakfast Fundraiser

    Wealth management firm Moreno, Peelen, Pinto & Clark hosted its second MPC UCF Touchdown Breakfast on Wednesday, April 29, to help raise money toward an academic support center for UCF athletes. Four of the five partners in the firm are UCF alumni, including Christina Pinto, ’86; Lisa-Moreno Haramboure, ’89; Tony Moreno Jr., ’91, who also […]

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  • UCF Students Take Honors at Statewide Graduate Research Competition

    Some of the state’s best graduate students competed in the second annual Statewide Graduate Research Symposium Friday and University of Central Florida students took some of the top honors in the arts and humanities, education, physical sciences research and social sciences categories. The symposium, hosted at UCF this year on behalf of the Florida Council […]

  • UCF Leader in Photonics, Makes Bid For Game Changing Grant

    Just like the industrial revolution and the information age transformed our society, the age of light promises to propel the nation into the next century of innovation. The University of Central Florida is a leader in this exciting field that studies light and all the things it can do from creating sensors that detect cancer […]

  • Reporter Hangs 10 for Fitness

    “I was born for that,” exclaimed Michelle Mulak-Cheatham, ’14, after spotting a job for a fitness and water reporter for FLORIDA TODAY. “I knew the moment I was in the building for my interview that it felt like home. I wasn’t nervous, I was just ready.” As the newspaper’s first fitness and water reporter, Mulak-Cheatham is […]

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A Bold Move

A bold move by UCF. 30,000 jobs. And billions in economic development. The only project of its kind. Some call it a game changer. We call it a medical city. With research, hospitals and a College of Medicine…we’re transforming and savings lives. I’m Rick Walsh, UCF Class of ’77.