5 Ways to Be More Productive While Working from Home
Working from home can be extremely different from the office, but it also comes with some great benefits.
Women’s History Month Spotlight: Doctoral Candidate Keanna Jardine ’18MS
During Women’s History Month, UCF is spotlighting women faculty who are conducting life-changing research, such as Jardine, who is studying the makeup of asteroids.
Student Researcher Developing VR to Help Students Tour Graduate Schools
Digital media meets computer science to help low-income and first-generation students who may not be able to visit schools.
Safe Knight Week Starts March 2
Interactive events, including trivia, a pool party and carnival, will be held throughout the week.
Gravitational Wave Experts to Meet at UCF for Two Days of Intensive Talks
The UCF community and the general public are invited to a free talk about gravitational waves on March 6 as part of the two-day meeting.
Mythbusters Inspires Engineering Student to Conduct Research
Inspired by the educational science program, a student hopes her work with raindrops and pine needles will one day lead to technology that will protect homes from Mother Nature.
UCF in the News
UCF Designs App to Help VA Employees Better Sanitize Rooms
WFTV Channel 9
Why Are People Buying So Much Toilet Paper?
Tampa Bay Times
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