University of Central Florida biologist Betsy Von Holle is lending her talents to the National Science Foundation in Washington, D.C., serving a year as program director. Her leave of absence started this summer. The area she oversees includes studies and grants in the area of: population dynamics of individual species, demography, fundamental ecological interactions affecting [...]
Linda Walters, a UCF Pegasus Professor in the Department of Biology, has been named the new director of the university’s Center for Success of Women Faculty, which strives to recruit, retain and advance female faculty members. Walters has worked at UCF for 16 years. As a marine conservation biologist, her research focus is the human [...]
UCF’s littlest knights will get a chance to learn about the ocean and its inhabitants Friday during Ocean Day. About 110 children, who attend UCF’s Creative School on the main campus, will learn about marine environments by touching animals and plants in a touch tank, singing songs about sea creatures and their environment and playing [...]
UCF Celebrates its 50th Anniversary.