UCF Student Spearheads Relief for Hurricane Sandy

UCF Student Spearheads Relief for Hurricane Sandy

While his New Jersey family and friends were grappling with cold temperatures and no power, one student at the University of Central Florida led a campus-wide relief effort to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy. Tyler M. Neher, a junior studying Biology, is a native of coastal New Jersey. He’s among the more than 500 […]

  • Hospitality Major Bruckner Serves Up Success

    Gary Bruckner, a 21-year-old hospitality management major, is on pace to graduate in near-record time, as he is slated to complete his four-year degree this August – exactly three years from when he first enrolled at the University of Central Florida. The New York native’s decision to hurry through college is largely due to the […]

  • UCF Bangs a Gong (and Conch Shells and Glockenspiels) in New York

    On the longest day of the year, public spaces across the five buroughs of New York City erupt with sound during the Make Music New York festival—and UCF’s percussionists were there to join in on the celebration. The festival is an innovative approach to making music—it’s a free celebration of sound, where 460 cities across […]

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  • Inaugural Schell Award Recognizes Innovative Writing Instruction

    Dan Murphree, associate professor of History, is the inaugural winner of an innovative writing instruction award named in honor of Rick Schell, UCF’s vice president and chief of staff. The Schell Award for Implementing Innovative Writing Instruction in the Disciplines will be given annually to a faculty member who has demonstrated commitment to and success […]

  • Women's Golf: Heartache at Hammock Beach

    The roller-coaster ride that was the American Athletic Conference Championship came down to one stroke, at the last hole, on the final day. Conference rival Louisville managed to best UCF by just one shot. Although the Knights held the lead through the first two rounds at the Hammock Beach Resort’s Ocean Course, Louisville’s Emily Haas […]

  • The Hopeful Knights Make Cornerstone Competition History

    The UCF College of Business Administration’s Cornerstone course engaged 20 student teams that competed in the Spring 2014 Cornerstone Social Entrepreneurship Competition. The competition is the lab portion of the Cornerstone course, in which students create teams, develop and implement a business-fundraising plan for a cause of their choice. The winners of this year’s Cornerstone […]

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