UCF Pays Tribute to Parramore Community with New Custom Glass Artwork at Downtown Campus
The installation, created by artist Nancy Gutkin O’Neil, was produced in partnership with Parramore residents and business owners.
UCF CREATE Launches ‘Lead… Like a Girl’ Courses In Honor of International Day of the Girl
With the observance on Oct. 11, students can enroll in leadership, interviewing, and other life and career skill courses, which are intended to empower girls all-year long.
Far From Being Anti-religious, Faith and Spirituality Run Deep in Black Lives Matter
UCF Associate Professor of religion Ann Gleig discusses the religious and spiritual ties within the global movement.
UCF Art Gallery Exhibition Examines Effects of Mass Incarceration
The first exhibition of the new school year is on view in-person at the UCF Art Gallery through Oct. 1 and online indefinitely.
Each Generation Must Act as a Cultural Bridge to the Next
Our passed-down stories give a sense of belonging, purpose, place and greater meaning.
UCF History Professor Becomes Nationally Syndicated Columnist
Professor Luis Martínez-Fernández hopes to use the platform to give a voice to a growing and important Latino community in America.
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