UCF Counselor Education Students Help Seminole County Schools Close the Achievement Gap

UCF Counselor Education Students Help Seminole County Schools Close the Achievement Gap

Graduate students in the College of Education and Human Performance’s Counselor Education program are taking what they learn in courses and through research and applying it directly in the community. Specifically, students in the program are working with and in Hamilton Elementary School in Seminole County offering counseling and other assistive services to students and […]


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  • CEDHP Undergrads Learn About and Conduct Research Early On

    For many students, the first opportunity they have to conduct, read, and appreciate current research doesn’t come along until they begin a graduate-level program. But for undergraduate students in the College of Education and Human Performance, engaging with research can begin much sooner. The Showcase of Undergraduate Research Findings, a semi-annual event in the College, […]

  • Read for the Record Encourages Love of Reading for Pre-K Students

    Pre-kindergarten students throughout the country and around the world participated Tuesday morning in the 8th annual Read for the Record event, including hundreds of students right here in Central Florida. Read for the Record, one of the campaigns operated by JumpStart, aims to celebrate and encourage literacy from an early age, and to prepare students […]

  • New Consortium Raises the Bar for Education and Partnerships

    The benefits of and need for partnerships extend well beyond the business world, and one area where they can pay the highest dividends is in education. From student engagement to teacher development, UCF’s Professional Development School Consortium puts current research into practice in area classrooms while providing future educators with direct experience teaching to Florida Standards. “The […]

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UCF50: Promised Land

UCF Celebrates its 50th Anniversary.