#UCFBusiness Presents 34th Annual Accounting Conference

#UCFBusiness Presents 34th Annual Accounting Conference

The UCF College of Business Administration (#UCFBusiness) Kenneth G. Dixon School of Accounting will be hosting its annual accounting conference from May 6-8, 2015. Professionals will be able to sharpen their skillset and earn up to 24 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits at the three-day conference. Topics will include discussions on tax, auditing, […]

  • Authors from Every Genre Taking Part in the UCF Book Festival April 18th

    Spanning genres, styles, and age groups, the UCF Book Festival brings a wide variety of authors to campus each year for panel discussions, book signings, cooking demonstrations, and much more. This year’s event is no different, with authors and activities ranging from cooking demonstrations to thrillers, murder mysteries, young adult novels, children’s books, writing workshops, and more. […]

  • International Conference Addresses Global Issues of Poverty and Inequality in Education

    The disparity in wealth, income, and security throughout the world is impossible to ignore, and is acknowledged in a wide range of studies and fields. One area that could benefit tremendously from more study and development is education; understanding how education is implemented in regions where students face varying levels of social inequality, and how it […]

  • HAPPY Hour Student Showcase Speaker Reinforces the Power of Education

    ­­­This year’s HAPPY Hour Student Showcase celebrated the 10th anniversary of the HAPPY Hour workshop program, which offers seminars, activities, and professional development opportunities to undergraduate and graduate education students. In honor of the anniversary and as a reinforcement of the positive impacts the HAPPY Hour program can have, the Student Showcase invited CEDHP alumna […]


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  • 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 […]

  • Annual Literacy Symposium Focuses on Writing in the 21st Century

    Preparing for its 17th year, the UCF College of Education and Human Performance’s Annual Literacy Symposium is a unique opportunity for practicing teachers and teacher candidates to stay up to date on the latest developments and current conventions in literacy education. Tackling a new theme each year, the Literacy Symposium centers sessions and keynote presentations […]

  • International Conference Highlights the Breadth and Scope of Social Studies Education

    In education, every subject is critical to engaging students and providing them with a full, well-rounded learning experience. While recent news items have placed a great deal of emphasis on science and technology programs (STEM), social studies programming is equally important to preparing students for further educational achievement across curricula as well as active citizenship. […]

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