UCF Docuseries on Border Immigration Nominated for 3 Emmys
A documentary version of the docuseries, which captures reality at the Texas-Mexico border, has received honors at local film festivals.
UCF Russian Professor Celebrates Culture Beyond Classroom
As International Education Week kicks off, Alla Kourova reflects on her immersive teaching methods that help students learn more than the Russian language.
11 Lesser-Known Facts about the Mayflower and Thanksgiving
As we approach the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower voyage on Nov. 11, a UCF historian tells us what the storybooks have right, what they might have wrong and why it’s all important in 2020.
Helping Veterans Heal Through Art
A UCF professor is teaching art to local veterans as an outlet to help cope with pain, addiction and homelessness.
UCF Downtown Maker Space Reconfigures Layout to Reopen for Projects
Campus adapts the lab’s open-door policy to meet COVID-19 requirements.
The True Story Behind Horror Movies
Horror-film expert and Associate Professor Gary Rhodes discusses the origin of the genre, a UCF film legacy and what to watch this Halloween.
UCF in the News
UCF Switching to Online Classes After Thanksgiving Break
WFTV Channel 9
UCF Offers New Degree Bridging Hospitality, Healthcare
Spectrum News 13
Benefits of Supportive Communities for Older Adults