This year’s celebration recognized faculty from across eight colleges, the library and the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning.
One of the most striking conclusions of the study is the relationship between the severity of red tide blooms and their economic impact on tourism.
With ShanghaiRanking’s latest release, UCF’s hospitality management, transportation science and public administration programs rank among the nation’s best.
The associate professor of foodservice and lodging management has more than two decades of industry experience and has supported academic excellence across the college since 2013.
Faculty at UCF’s Rosen College share their expertise on efforts that promote eco-conscious practices and prosperity for people.
Recognizing six decades of milestones in student success, academic quality, research and economic impact — and a look ahead to a potential future.
Students will learn how to become leaders of rapidly growing lifestyle communities, many of which are master-planned neighborhoods with wellness programs, activities and top-tier hospitality amenities for residents.
Beginning in Fall 2023, the bachelor’s degree will give students a specialized understanding of the complex global tourism industry.
The Founders’ Day event on April 5 will honor 48 students – including Order of Pegasus inductees – who exemplify excellence in academics, service and leadership.
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