Offered through the Africana Studies program, this course teaches students of all disciplines the big significance of a relatively small region.
The storm that ravaged Puerto Rico in September 2017 changed history, and strengthened a UCF community, forever.
As vice president of the LGBTQ History Museum of Central Florida, Alexis Rodriguez ’18 has a chance to apply the lessons he’s learned in his studies at UCF while celebrating the community he’s a part of.
Issa Batarseh, Cristina Fernández-Valle, Luis Martínez-Fernández, Marshall Schminke and Jeffrey Stout have been selected as the 2021 Pegasus Professors.
Professor Luis Martínez-Fernández hopes to use the platform to give a voice to a growing and important Latino community in America.
UCF’s second Authors Celebration recognizes 39 faculty from across seven colleges and the library.
Weaving together the historical, social and political influences that shaped Cuba since the middle of last century, UCF history professor Luis Martinez-Fernandez has released a…