Recent graduate Sara Parsons ’23 has made an impact in and out of the classroom while overcoming health challenges in the process.
After working on a NASA project to study astronauts’ bone health and earning his second degree from UCF, aspiring doctor Christopher Ngo ’20 ’23MS will continue working for the space agency while applying to medical school.
As a patient and nurse, Karenna Thatcher ’17MSN knows firsthand the power of empathy in healthcare and is using that insight to help enhance the patient experience at one of the nation’s largest healthcare systems.
The Tavares Teaching Academy began as a partnership between Lake County and UCF to address the teacher shortage in Florida.
Started in 2005 with just 12 students, the program has become a provider of top talent to the game design industry.
Pearl Guan could barely speak English a few years ago. Now she’s about to graduate from UCF and make the kind of impact she envisioned even while she struggled.
School of Global Health Management and Informatics student Venerina Costanza has always desired to help people, and she’s already started her own nonprofit to do so.
Thousands of highly skilled graduates will provide talent to in-demand fields including engineering, computer science, nursing, and digital and emerging media.
Fueled by her own experience, Shalece Kohnke is determined to help close the achievement gap between students with and without learning disabilities.
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