Three final-year UCF medical students, Asanka Ekanayake, Leeann Hu and Tovah Williamson, will complete residencies at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and Navy Medical Center Portsmouth.
This year, the Udall Foundation recognizes around 55 students for leadership, public service and a commitment to issues related to Native Americans or the environment.
The American Medical Association’s Physicians of Tomorrow award recognizes medical students for their academic excellence, volunteerism, and research activities and provides $10,000 in tuition assistance.
The Burnett Honors Scholars will be recognized at the foundation’s gala Aug. 14 in Orlando.
Fourth-year medical student Xamil Vega is the second student from the College of Medicine to receive the scholarship.
Beginning in Fall 2022, the annual EA Inclusion in Gaming Endowed Scholarship will encourage the pursuit of video game industry careers for students in interactive entertainment and gaming programs at UCF.
Inspired by the graduates’ personal experiences at their alma mater, the 2 scholarships are geared toward students committed to service.
Each student has a personal connection to the 2016 LGBTQ+ nightclub shooting, where 49 people were killed — including two Knights.
A political science student will learn more about the language through a local virtual program and a study abroad trip to Tanzania.
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