Peer Milk-Sharing Participants Generally Keep it Clean

Peer Milk-Sharing Participants Generally Keep it Clean

Mothers who want the benefits of breast milk for their babies but can’t produce the substance often turn to milk-sharing networks. A new study from the University of Central Florida found that although not a recommended practice, those who participate in milk-sharing networks generally follow good hygiene, which is critical for keeping milk free from […]

UCF Engineers Secure $2 Million Federal Grant to Advance Energy Grid

A team of UCF engineers and their private partners have been awarded $2 million by the U.S. Department of Energy’s SunShot Initiative to develop the next generation of grid planning and operational tools to integrate solar power into the power grid. The team, five faculty members in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering led […]

To Have and To Hold, Forever Black and Gold

Brent Beumel ’14 and his fiancee Bryanna La Londe ’13 were driving back to Central Florida in November 2015 from a weekend trip Savannah, where Brent had just popped the question at a bed and breakfast. Giddy off the high of their engagement, they started imagining what their wedding day would look like. Who would […]

'Warm a Heart': UCF Nursing Students Deliver Cuddly Bears to Sick Children

Children spending the Valentine’s Day week at Nemours Children’s Hospital got a special treat on Monday: Seven UCF College of Nursing students, dressed in their scrubs, visited their hospital rooms and brought along a new soft, cuddly bear. In all, 88 ‘Knight Nurse’ teddy bears — also wearing UCF scrubs —  arrived at Nemours as […]


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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.