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To thrive, communities need highly trained professionals dedicated to creating innovative opportunities for civic engagement and transformative education. Thanks to public and private partnerships, you will participate in ground-breaking research and gain practical experience through internships, practicums and policy-development programs led by world-renowned faculty. And after graduation, you’ll be prepared to make a positive impact on the people you serve with a rewarding career in mental health counseling, education, public administration, legal studies, criminal justice or health management and informatics.

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UCF Emergency Management Saves Lives

Research is critical to counter and lessen the impact of crises. This is even more salient as we reflect on the Pulse nightclub tragedy and we get through hurricane season.

How we’re improving emergency management before, during and after a disaster

chris emrich, claire connolly knox

Community Innovation and Education News


Research
UCF Professor Travels to Israel for Fulbright Specialist Award
The global exchange honor provides College of Community Innovation and Education Professor Su-I Hou an opportunity to share and expand her research on healthy aging.
Health & Medicine
What Happens if Your Medical Records Are Incomplete?
UCF Associate Professor Varadraj Gurupurr created an algorithm that can predict and measure the incompleteness of electronic health records —  from your lab results to disease…
Science & Technology
UCF Researchers Awarded NSF Grant to Establish Local Resiliency Hubs
The $50,000 award allows the university’s team to develop the project with government and community partners.

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