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UCF Police Swears in Six New Officers

UCF Police Swears in Six New Officers

Their journeys to law enforcement started very differently — in the halls of UCF, taking 911 calls in Osceola county, on the streets of New York and inside a county jail — but their paths all crossed when they were officially introduced as the newest class of officers at the UCF Police Department. Family, friends […]

UCF Student Spearheads Nonprofit Dedicated to Addressing Homelessness in Orlando

UCF graduate student Eric Camarillo ’16 had planned to start an organization after graduation to help the homeless in Central Florida with food, clothing and other necessities, but decided he couldn’t stand by and wait — so he started early to fill those immediate needs. Camarillo, who earned a degree in social work and is currently […]

You May Think You Know Where Life is Headed—Just be Ready to Adjust

No matter how much you plan your life out, things are not always going to go as you planned. You may think you know what you want to do in your life, but dreams and passions change and it is important to know that is okay. At the beginning of my senior year at the […]

UCF Study Shows Hope for Fighting Disease Known as Ebola Frogs

Despite widespread infection, some frog populations are surviving a deadly disease that is the equivalent of mankind’s Ebola virus. The reason —genetic diversity. That’s the finding of a new study published this week in the journal Immunogenetics. Anna Savage, an assistant professor of biology at the UCF, is the lead author of the study. The […]