Awardees include members who demonstrate a strong work ethic and go above and beyond to keep the campus safe.
Although the changes to behavior were not always triggered by free will and in many cases forced by external circumstances, the findings show there are some positive consequences of the pandemic.
Professor of Anthropology Ty Matejowsky’s research focuses on how food is one of the most relatable ways of expressing a culture.
Receiving the fellowship allows students to enjoy doing what they love and pursue impact research without additional stress.
Industry professionals and stars give UCF students an inside look at the trillion-dollar business.
Dylan Lyons ’19 was a passionate journalist who was drawn to and received recognition for coverage of community news.
Educational leadership and higher education faculty member Larry Walker explains the importance of creating supportive communities for Black male researchers as part of our celebration of Black History Month.
Aerospace engineering researcher Samik Bhattacharya received a $441,000 grant to study bird wing morphing, which could improve the stability of unmanned aerial vehicles in strong gusts of wind.