UCF Stands with Orlando

UCF Stands with Orlando

On June 12, Orlando was attacked when a shooter went into Pulse nightclub in downtown and killed 49 and injured 53. A vigil was held to honor those affected, including two members of the UCF community.By the staff at Pegasus

Such Great Heights

Such Great Heights

In 2009, Nicole Stott ’92 spent 91 days in space, which gave her a new perspective on life. Now she wants to share it with the world through art.
Where to Next?

Where to Next?

With research expanding throughout our solar system and beyond, the human race is on the cusp of a new Space Age. We turned to UCF scientists to reveal what space exploration will look like in the future. 
Go for Launch

Go for Launch

UCF Professor Joshua Colwell and his team of physics faculty and students watched as their experiment rocketed to space aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard. 
Knights In Space

Knights In Space

Learn about the work UCF researchers are doing on nearly every planet in our solar system and beyond.

In This Issue

Summer 2016
Summer 2016

Knights In Space

Knights In Space

Learn about the work UCF researchers are doing on nearly every planet in our solar system and beyond.
Briefs: Summer 2016 Briefs

Briefs: Summer 2016

UCF ranks No. 1 for higher education performance in the state of Florida, announces new head coaches and a VP of research, and more…
Why I Jumped Feature

Why I Jumped

Former Google VP and UCF alumnus Alan Eustace ’79 ’81MS ’84PhD fell a world-record 26 miles from Earth’s stratosphere all in the name of science.By Alan Eustace ’79 ’81MS ’84PhD
Go for Launch

Go for Launch

UCF Professor Joshua Colwell and his team of physics faculty and students watched as their experiment rocketed to space aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard. 
On Campus: Summer 2016 Gallery

On Campus: Summer 2016

Nearly 8,000 students graduated during spring commencement ceremonies, the Knights showed off their skills under new football Head Coach Scott Frost at the annual spring game, and Bill Nye the Science Guy visited campus to encourage students to change the world.
Written in the Stars

Written in the Stars

UCF’s motto is Reach for the Stars, and the constellation Pegasus shows us the way. For centuries, it has been a guide for travelers and astronomers alike, whether by land, sea or air.
Such Great Heights

Such Great Heights

In 2009, Nicole Stott ’92 spent 91 days in space, which gave her a new perspective on life. Now she wants to share it with the world through art.
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Events

Fri 30 Sep
Speaker/Lecture/Seminar Video Game Character Artist Gives Talk on Creativity & Capitalizing On Your Talent
Steven Kosanovich Character Artist at Iron Galaxy Studios-Chicago  Title: Creativity and Capitalizing On Your Talent Steven Kosanovich is a character artist at Iron Galaxy Studios in Chicago and a graduate of FIEA’s 8th class. His game credits inc...
Fri 30 Sep
Tour/Open House/Information Session Study Abroad Student Panel: Q&A
UCF Study Abroad Week kicks off with a number of signature events including the Study Abroad Student Panel: Q &A. Come learn about over 200+ study abroad opportunities available at UCF. Listen to engaging stories, unforgettable experiences and ...
Fri 30 Sep
Workshop/Conference Latino Americans
Must attend all three modules to receive completion certificate.Facilitator: Rachel Luce-HittLatino Americans is a three-part documentary series that chronicles the rich and varied history and experiences of Latinos, who have for more than 500 years...