Lessons in Motherhood and Teaching
Having a son midway through her degree helped Lindsey Palm learn to roll with the punches — a skill that has benefited the elementary education student both during the pandemic and a PedsAcademy internship in her final year at UCF.
Hosting a Virtual Party Event During COVID-19
Virtual events are new territory for many of us, so be patient and flexible.
UCF Researcher Part of New NASA Mission to Map Water on Moon
The Lunar Trailblazer Mission will create high-resolution maps, which will be important for crewed and robotic missions to the moon.
Arecibo Observatory’s Telescope Collapses
Maintaining safety at the site, conducting a complete damage assessment as quickly as possible, and taking action to contain and mitigate any environmental damage caused by the structure or its materials are the priorities for NSF and UCF.
College of Community Innovation and Education Student Wins UCF 3MT Research Competition
Ten finalists competed for scholarships. Graduate students from the College of Engineering and Computer Science and the College of Sciences rounded out the top spots.
UCF Helps Launch 1st Nationwide Technology Support Center for Higher Education Faculty
UCF, University of Kansas and the Center for Applied Special Technology will oversee the 24/7 resource to help professors better use technology for remote learning.
UCF in the News
New Academic Programs and COVID Define UCF Downtown’s First Year
Orlando Business Journal
Massive UCF-managed Arecibo Telescope Collapses in Puerto Rico
UCF Switching to Online Classes After Thanksgiving Break
WFTV Channel 9