The Evolution of an ‘Office Park’ to a Campus with Vitality
True confession: Back when I was a reporter with the Orlando Sentinel, I once wrote a story that characterized UCF as having all the charm of an office park. I described campus architecture that stressed utility instead of style. Lots of square brick buildings that all looked alike. I quoted a student to make my point: “If you were to…
Kurds Targeted in Turkish Attack Include Thousands of Female Fighters who Battled Islamic State
Kurdish troops have long fought for freedom — and women’s equality — on battlegrounds across the Middle East.
New Columnists to Share Opinions in 8th UCF Forum Series
For the coming year, new commentary will be by faculty, staff and students with backgrounds in healthcare, communication, social innovation, construction, education and other fields.
I’m About to Graduate – But I’ll Never Stop Learning
I have been a student as long as I can remember. My earliest memories are being with my childhood friends in our kindergarten classroom. Many…
Try Being a Mentor – The Life You Enrich Might Be Your Own
Most people think of mentoring as a one-way stream, with the mentor as the older, wiser person sharing knowledge to a younger colleague or a…
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