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  • Dr. Jewett Receives $2.2M For Lyme Disease Research

    A College of Medicine researcher has earned a $2.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to understand how Lyme disease is able to escape the body’s immune system. Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi and is transmitted to humans through the bite of infected blacklegged ticks. Approximately 30,000 cases are […]

  • 'Human Error' Prepares Students to be Voice of New Generation in Theatre

    UCF School of Performing Arts presents Human Error, a new play that runs June 14-24 and Aug. 23-26 on the UCF Main Stage. The production is part of Pegasus PlayLab, a summer theatre festival dedicated to developing plays by emerging playwrights. Human Error gives students and faculty the opportunity to create a fully mounted production […]

  • Orange Peels May Hold Secret to Airborne Medicine, Safer Bridges

    Bartenders and cooks have long recognized the value of an orange twist, but thanks to researchers at the University of Central Florida, squeezing oranges may give us a new way to deliver medicine or to detect bridge failures before they happen. Engineering Assistant Professor Andrew K. Dickerson and graduate student Nicholas M. Smith have figured […]

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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

  • Dr. Jewett Receives $2.2M For Lyme Disease Research

    A College of Medicine researcher has earned a $2.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to understand how Lyme disease is able to escape the body’s immune system. Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi and is transmitted to humans through the bite of infected blacklegged ticks. Approximately 30,000 cases are […]

  • 'Human Error' Prepares Students to be Voice of New Generation in Theatre

    UCF School of Performing Arts presents Human Error, a new play that runs June 14-24 and Aug. 23-26 on the UCF Main Stage. The production is part of Pegasus PlayLab, a summer theatre festival dedicated to developing plays by emerging playwrights. Human Error gives students and faculty the opportunity to create a fully mounted production […]

  • Orange Peels May Hold Secret to Airborne Medicine, Safer Bridges

    Bartenders and cooks have long recognized the value of an orange twist, but thanks to researchers at the University of Central Florida, squeezing oranges may give us a new way to deliver medicine or to detect bridge failures before they happen. Engineering Assistant Professor Andrew K. Dickerson and graduate student Nicholas M. Smith have figured […]

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