3-D Arm Team, UCF and Blue Man Make Announcement; Provide Limbs for Children

3-D Arm Team, UCF and Blue Man Make Announcement; Provide Limbs for Children

The University of Central Florida and a group of students who make free 3D-printed limbs for children announced Monday a new partnership that will expand the scope of their work and change the world. The student led non-profit group—Limbitless Solutions—and UCF are partnering on a hub of innovation that will blend art, medical and engineering […]

  • College of Medicine Hosts Medical School Admissions Symposium

    Applying to medical school isn’t like applying to college. There are many different requirements, which is why the University of Central Florida is again hosting the annual Medical School Admissions Symposium from 8 a.m. to 4:10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21. Almost 400 students are expected at the daylong event at the UCF College of Medicine […]

  • Chasing Earthbound Dust Clouds to Help Protect Astronauts, Alien Worlds

    University of Central Florida student Fernando Valbuena spent his summer as an intern working on a scientific instrument to help scientists determine how dust storms transport potentially dangerous microscopic organisms across thousands of miles. He spent winter break eagerly awaiting early results. The research team, led by University of Florida professor Andrew Schuerger, hopes to […]

  • More Than 5,000 to Graduate at 3 Commencement Ceremonies

    More than 5,000 University of Central Florida students are expected to graduate Dec. 12-13 during three commencement ceremonies at the CFE Arena.  The ceremonies will be: 9 a.m. Friday, Dec. 12 – College of Education and Human Performance, College of Health & Public Affairs, and Rosen College of Hospitality Management. 2:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 12 […]

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  • Making Strides

    Dr. Gideon Lewis, ’00, stood before an audience of thousands of UCF graduates and their families, as the keynote speaker at UCF’s spring 2014 commencement, where he shared his accomplishments since he donned his own cap and gown, and divulged the philosophy that helped him reach them. “I still stand by my words that the […]

  • Keeping Up With Cancer Research — and Mustaches

    Biotechnology graduate Bradley Campagna, ’11, is one of many “Mo Bros” who have taken up the fight against cancer — along with sprouting a November mustache as part of the annual Movember Foundation campaign to raise awareness and funds for men’s health issues. Campagna, a cytogenetic technologist who delivers results to cancer patients, said most of his co-workers at […]

  • A Knight of Honor

    For the past 34 years, the UCF Alumni Association has been honoring Knights who “Reach for the Stars.” Over the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing the stories of this year’s recipients, who will be presented with their Knighty statues (as seen above) at the 2014 Black & Gold Gala on Thursday, Oct. 23. The […]

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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.