The rankings highlight the university’s commitment to supporting student well-being and a culture of community and pride on campus.
The rankings measure not only the university’s ability to better students’ lives through education, but how it empowers students to make a difference nationally and globally.
Through the M-STAR program, engineering and biomedical sciences students conducted research at NASA’s Langley, Johnson and Kennedy space centers.
As NASA makes its second launch attempt for the Artemis 1 mission, planetary scientist Phil Metzger ’00MS’05PhD — who worked on the Space Shuttle program Launch Team — shares insight on launch preparations and scrubs.
The funding is part of the U.S. Economic Development Administration’s $50.8 million award to Osceola County, which is working with preferred partners such as UCF to position Central Florida to help lead the nation in semiconductor research, design and manufacturing.
The College of Medicine researchers are part of a multidisciplinary collaboration that was recently awarded a 5-year $3.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to investigate the use of cancer drugs to fight malaria.