Florida is now home to 36 Community Partnership Schools serving over 33,000 students and their communities.
A professor in the School of Visual Arts and Design for 50 years before his retirement in 2020, Walter Gaudnek is celebrated for his contributions to UCF and the international art world.
Through two U.S. Department of Education grants, UCF will increase opportunities to support Hispanic/Latino/a/x student success across the university, with an intentional project dedicated to the nursing profession. Para la versión en Español, oprima aquí.
The researchers behind UCF-101, a challenging action recognition dataset, are being awarded for their impressive collection of 13,320 clips across 101 action categories. The dataset has been cited over 4,000 times since its creation.
History undergraduate Sebastian Garcia is taking up both Knights HistoryCast and the Florida Historical Quarterly podcast, interviewing historians at the university and beyond. But he couldn’t have done it without his mentor, Holly Baker ’14’18MA.
The work can lead to new catalysts and other compounds that could be applicable in a range of areas including quantum science, renewable energy, life sciences and sustainability.
The Progresando Initiative empowers Hispanic/Latina/o/x adults to achieve economic and social mobility through high-impact careers. Para la versión en Español, oprima aquí.
The project focuses on rotating detonation rocket engines, which use high-energy explosions to produce more energy with less fuel, improving engine efficiency and cutting down space travel costs and emissions.