UCF Institute for Economic Forecasting Director Sean Snaith’s latest U.S. economic forecast looks at various factors in a potential economic slowdown.
UCF will celebrate this year’s honorees at an event on Saturday, May 18.
The study provides a systematic analysis of the problem of space congestion and proposes a market-based solution.
This collaboration, which includes several other local partners, aims to leverage the strong ecosystem of expertise and resources in the region — driving the development of innovative solutions for smart cities.
The U.S. Department of Education awarded the School of Modeling, Simulation and Training a $1.155 million grant to start the new certificate program.
Sean Snaith, the director of UCF’s Institute for Economic Forecasting, shares his take on the highs and lows of our economy in an aptly themed Christmas poem.
Assistant Professor Jeff Gish co-authored a study which found that former entrepreneurs can successfully transition into employees, especially in roles that harness their entrepreneurial spirit.
The U.S. economy is entering a period of slower growth that could last for two years, according to Sean Snaith.
The new program, which launches in Fall 2024, will provide innovative teachings to prepare top talent for insurance industry workforce needs.
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