Racing to Save the Indian River Lagoon

Racing to Save the Indian River Lagoon

From red tide to runoff, the Indian River Lagoon faces many threats. Microplastics may be the newest identified enemy, but a team of UCF researchers and collaborators is racing to find answers before it is too late. UCF biologist Linda Walters and her team, including graduate student Casey Craig ’15, launched new research in the […]

President Whittaker Welcomes College GameDay to UCF

Sometimes there are moments you know you’ll remember the rest of your life. This week will be one of those for Knight Nation. ESPN College GameDay will broadcast live from campus this Saturday. Our football team — with a nation-best 22-game winning streak — will play Cincinnati at 8 p.m. in ABC’s national primetime game. I […]

Med Students Host Sports Medicine Forum

UCF medical students wanting to learn more about one of the fastest growing specialties — orthopedics and sports medicine — will have the opportunity to connect with leading specialist in the practice to hear about their experiences, innovative technologies and advancements in the field. The College of Medicine’s Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Interest Group will […]

Lady Bikers, Street Dogs and Kolkata Featured in New Films from UCF Students

Lady bikers, street dogs and visceral sights and sounds from a city nearly 10,000 miles away are showcased in new documentaries completed by UCF film students while they spent a few weeks in Kolkata, India. The documentaries will make their UCF debut at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, at the Burnett Honors College as part […]