We Are UCF

We Are UCF

As our country reckons with our past and its lasting effects on today’s society, students in UCF’s cultural organizations remain focused on a better future. 
The Truth Laid Bare

The Truth Laid Bare

It’s taken nearly 100 years for healing to begin from the 1920 Ocoee massacre. Somewhere between the evil of that night and the long-overdue commemorations of today are timeless lessons you might not expect.
Protector of the Past

Protector of the Past

Porsha Dossie ’14 ’18MA helps preserve American history for the National Park Service’s African American Civil Rights Network.
The Business of Hip-Hop

The Business of Hip-Hop

Drawing on a lifelong love of hip-hop, a UCF professor has developed three new business courses based on innovation and entrepreneurship.

In This Issue

Fall 2020
Fall 2020

The Truth Laid Bare Feature

The Truth Laid Bare

It’s taken nearly 100 years for healing to begin from the 1920 Ocoee massacre. Somewhere between the evil of that night and the long-overdue commemorations of today are timeless lessons you might not expect.
A More Perfect Union In Focus

A More Perfect Union

The $23 million renovation of the Student Union finished its final phase just in time to welcome students back to campus in August.
A New Beginning In Focus

A New Beginning

A look at the first few weeks on campus as the community continues to navigate life during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
The Right to Vote? Infographic

The Right to Vote?

Since the 15th Amendment made it illegal to deny citizens the right to vote based on “race, color or previous servitude,” Black Americans and other people of color have fought to overcome various methods intended to suppress that right. Here are just a few.
The Business of Hip-Hop

The Business of Hip-Hop

Drawing on a lifelong love of hip-hop, a UCF professor has developed three new business courses based on innovation and entrepreneurship.
We Are UCF Feature

We Are UCF

As our country reckons with our past and its lasting effects on today’s society, students in UCF’s cultural organizations remain focused on a better future. 
Fair Play

Fair Play

For more than 30 years, the Racial and Gender Report Card, produced at UCF, has held sports organizations accountable for their hiring practices.

Events

Thu 25 Feb
Arts Exhibit "Paper House" - 2021 Annual MFA Exhibition
Paper House explores fragility, transparency, and validation of intimate relationships and experiences through a variety of mediums and processes. The exhibition showcases the thesis work of Master of Fine Arts candidates in the UCF School ...
Thu 25 Feb
Speaker/Lecture/Seminar Keeping Your Customers and Prospects Informed: Managing Your Digital Presence in the New Normal
The COVID-19 Pandemic changed how we did business. Looking ahead, it will change how we do business going forward too. Ask yourself: Are you still offering virtual consultations?   Did you move your office location or go permanently remote...
Thu 25 Feb
Workshop/Conference Career Lab
Not everyone learns by watching a presentation or holding a conversation. Some of us learn by actually doing what we're being taught. If that's you (or even if it isn't...) this lab is for you! Come drop in via Zoom to learn how to effectively update...