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  • 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 […]

  • How Partnership Improves Patient Care

    Hospitals and researchers can dramatically improve patient outcomes by using big data so “care improves and informs care,” a national healthcare leader said at an inaugural Grand Rounds ceremony honoring retiring UCF President John C. Hitt. Thanks to a donation from the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation, UCF’s College of Medicine held its first Dr. John […]

  • UCF-Orlando Health Physical Therapy Residency in Neurology Gains National Accreditation

    Orlando’s first physical therapy residency program in neurology was accredited April 30 by the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education. The University of Central Florida and Orlando Health Neurologic Residency program is now one of three such accredited programs in Florida ― and one of just 48 nationwide. Physical therapists with advanced […]

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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)

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  • 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 […]

  • How Partnership Improves Patient Care

    Hospitals and researchers can dramatically improve patient outcomes by using big data so “care improves and informs care,” a national healthcare leader said at an inaugural Grand Rounds ceremony honoring retiring UCF President John C. Hitt. Thanks to a donation from the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation, UCF’s College of Medicine held its first Dr. John […]

  • UCF-Orlando Health Physical Therapy Residency in Neurology Gains National Accreditation

    Orlando’s first physical therapy residency program in neurology was accredited April 30 by the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education. The University of Central Florida and Orlando Health Neurologic Residency program is now one of three such accredited programs in Florida ― and one of just 48 nationwide. Physical therapists with advanced […]

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