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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


Colleges & Campus
UCF’s Inclusive Education Services Moves to Toni Jennings Exceptional Education Institute
The institute hopes the transition will help catalyze expansion of the IES program and the opportunities available to the students it serves.
Colleges & Campus
World Uniters: Five Knights Receive 2022 Fulbright Awards
Five Fulbright recipients are about to spread out around the globe to close gaps in learning and languages — and to extend UCF’s mission to…
Alumni
UCF Alum Named Assistant Director of U.S. Secret Service Office of Investigations
David Smith ’98 ’00MPA has held numerous roles with the U.S. Secret Service over his nearly 21-year career.

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