Through her work with the Cognitive Sciences Laboratory, Olivia Newton ’13 ’17MS ’22PhD is making an impact in tech research and serving as an example for other Hispanic women in STEM.
At age 62, Nadine Jacobson ’23MSN, who is legally blind, has overcome many challenges in life but has persevered in her commitment to lifelong learning.
It is the only program in Florida — and one of just nine worldwide — to receive the honor from the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning.
UCF College of Nursing Associate Professor Desiree Diaz shares how UCF is leading the charge in virtual reality education, the importance of teaching students about cultural congruence and how simulation technology is integral to the future of nursing.
UCF psychology Professor Peter Hancock has been named the Aerospace Human Factors Association’s William Collins Award recipient for 2020. This is the second time Hancock…
Research shows that VR can improve students’ feeling of preparedness in working with Alzheimer’s patients and foster empathy for patients and family members.
The annual award is based on excellence in the implementation of simulation and delivery of simulation-based learning.
Mindi Anderson, an associate professor in the College of Nursing, has been honored with the Excellence in Academia Award from the International Nursing Association for…
National Nurses Week begins each year on May 6th and ends on May 12th, Florence Nightingale’s birthday.