Over 35 years, Holsenbeck played important roles advancing UCF, university-military partnerships and the Central Florida community.
Waldrop, who became UCF’s executive vice president in 2011, helped the university make remarkable strides in many areas, including student success, externally funded research, economic development and community service.
A professor in the School of Visual Arts and Design for 50 years before his retirement in 2020, Walter Gaudnek is celebrated for his contributions to UCF and the international art world.
Born on Earth Day, April 22, Llewellyn “Doc” Ehrhart dedicated his life to conservation and research.
Since her death in 2007, UCF continues to honor the late Cheryl Evans Green and her impact on the local community and social work students.
Ray Sturm ’89 ’98MS taught at his alma mater for more than 20 years and was an avid musician.
A Celebration of Life event will be held for UCF’s longtime costume shop manager on Oct. 17. Reservations are required.
Gary Nichols ’87 was a beloved faculty member in the College of Business for 15 years and frequently used his industry expertise, life experience and friendly attitude to make an impression on students and colleagues.
The associate professor and South African native, who died Aug. 23, helped organize the 2010 FIFA World Cup and taught at UCF’s hospitality school for 7 years.