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  • New Summer Festival Dedicated to Emerging Playwrights

    UCF is launching Pegasus PlayLab, a new summer theatre festival dedicated to developing new plays by emerging playwrights. The festival, which runs June 2-24 and Aug. 23-25 on the UCF campus, comprises three workshops and one fully mounted play. Two years ago when Julia Listengarten became artistic director for Theatre UCF, her goals were to […]

  • Interprofessional Education in Health Care Benefits Students and Patients

    It is becoming a more familiar scene in health care. Physicians, nurses, pharmacists, therapists, and social workers are working as a team to care for patients in a free clinic. But this team is comprised of students from UCF – and it’s just one of many innovative interprofessional learning opportunities being offered to prepare students […]

  • Parking and Traffic Information for High School Students Graduating at CFE Arena

    Expect traffic impact and road closures on UCF campus this month as local high schools use CFE Arena for their graduation ceremonies from now until May 30. About two hours before each ceremony, road closures will occur on Gemini Boulevard between North Orion Boulevard and West Plaza Drive. The closures will remain along these roads […]

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PHOTOS: The Reflecting Pond is Back

PHOTOS: The Reflecting Pond is Back

After months of extensive renovations, the most scenic feature on campus is finally back in picture-perfect shape. Here’s just a few of the things you can take advantage of now that the the Reflecting Pond working again. (Photos by Nick Leyva ’15. Words by Nicole Dudenhoefer ’17)

Promos

  • New Summer Festival Dedicated to Emerging Playwrights

    UCF is launching Pegasus PlayLab, a new summer theatre festival dedicated to developing new plays by emerging playwrights. The festival, which runs June 2-24 and Aug. 23-25 on the UCF campus, comprises three workshops and one fully mounted play. Two years ago when Julia Listengarten became artistic director for Theatre UCF, her goals were to […]

  • Interprofessional Education in Health Care Benefits Students and Patients

    It is becoming a more familiar scene in health care. Physicians, nurses, pharmacists, therapists, and social workers are working as a team to care for patients in a free clinic. But this team is comprised of students from UCF – and it’s just one of many innovative interprofessional learning opportunities being offered to prepare students […]

  • Parking and Traffic Information for High School Students Graduating at CFE Arena

    Expect traffic impact and road closures on UCF campus this month as local high schools use CFE Arena for their graduation ceremonies from now until May 30. About two hours before each ceremony, road closures will occur on Gemini Boulevard between North Orion Boulevard and West Plaza Drive. The closures will remain along these roads […]

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