Global Collaboration Subject of Hospitality Research Colloquium Presentation
January 20, 2021 MC Santana joined the Rosen College of Hospitality Management Research Colloquium to discuss her most recent research projects.
“But Before Bone is Skin” Curator Jonell Logan Discusses Her Curatorial Process for UCF Gallery Exhibition
January 20, 2021 Jonell Logan, curator of “But Before Bone is Skin,” sat down with Orlando Weekly to discuss the curatorial process behind her current UCF Art Gallery exhibition.
Three SVAD MFA Students Win Dell Talks: I Made That Competition
January 19, 2021 Brian Phinn ‘20MFA, Danny McCabe and Damian Thorn-Hauswirth, students in the Animation and Visual Effects MFA program, have won the Dell Talks: I Made That competition.
Assistant Professor of Arabic Researches Attitudes of Syrian Refugees in Germany
January 14, 2021 As UCF’s first assistant professor of Arabic, Khezri has played a key role in developing the university’s capacity not only to teach Middle Eastern languages and cultures, but also to conduct research in the region.
Theatre UCF returns to the stage this spring
January 14, 2021 This spring, Theatre UCF is back on stage for three outdoor performances including a hopeful musical concert, a colorful commedia dell’arte play and a family-friendly show about wanting to be anything but average.
UCF Celebrates 32nd Annual ZORA! Festival
January 13, 2021 The 32nd annual ZORA! Festival of the Arts and Humanities runs now through January 31. Events will be offered with limited in-person attendance and virtually.
An Interview with CAH Dean and Professor of Percussion Jeff Moore
January 11, 2021 This month’s publication of School Band & Orchestra features a Q&A with Dean Jeff Moore who also serves as a Professor of Percussion with the UCF School of Performing Arts.
UCF Celebrates “Silver Sparrow” During NEA Big Read: Central Florida
January 07, 2021 UCF is one of 84 communities nationwide participating in this year’s program meant to promote literacy and reading for pleasure.
UCF Veterans History Project Goes Virtual
January 05, 2021 Interviews for the UCF Veterans History Project, which highlights the voices of Central Florida veterans about their experiences and time serving in the military, go virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jeff Rupert to Host “Jazz and the American Spirit” on WUCF FM
January 04, 2021 The new weekly show examines the great stories of jazz across America and the people who create it. Produced by 89.9 Jazz & More and hosted by director of jazz studies Jeff Rupert, the show airs Mondays at 7 p.m.
Department of Writing and Rhetoric Celebrates Fall 2020 Graduates Virtually
December 20, 2020 The Department of Writing and Rhetoric hosted a virtual celebration for seven graduating undergraduate and graduate students on December 19, 2020
UCF Students Celebrate the Week of the Italian Language in the World
December 18, 2020 Students in UCF’s Italian program took part in the Week of the Italian Language in the World by attending lectures on street art, graffiti and cartoons.
Studio Art Student Helps Bring Bionic Limbs from Screen to Real Life
December 17, 2020 UCF senior Remy Marasa interns with UCF-based non-profit Limbitless Solutions to paint expressive designs on 3D-printed prosthetic arms in collaboration with newly released video games Cyberpunk 2077 and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.
Review Roundup: Florida Rays hits the jazz charts
December 16, 2020 Orlando’s own Flying Horse Big Band celebrates the legacy of Ray Charles. On their 7th album, The Flying Horse Big Band, joined by a host of distinguished guest artists, stands on the shoulders of genius. Ray Charles spent his formative years in Florida and went on to forge a long, successful career...
SVAD Faculty and Student Collaborate on Bionic Arm Featured in Cyberpunk 2077
December 15, 2020 SVAD associate professor Matt Dombrowski and student Remy Marasa of Limbitless Solutions worked on the Silverhand-themed arm featured in Cyberpunk 2077.
WUCF TV Documentary Explores Lasting Connection Between Florida, Presidents
December 10, 2020 ‘Presidents in Florida’ film, which looks at political moments, the space program, environmental efforts and other topics, features many experts from the UCF History Department and will premiere Thursday.
“Robert Reedy: Revival,” solo exhibition at Polasek Museum
November 20, 2020 Ceramicist and studio art professor Robert Reedy has been chosen for the Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens’ winter exhibition.
Themed Experience Program Collaborates with VR Pioneer Carolina Cruz-Neira
November 18, 2020 Peter Weishar, director of UCF’s Themed Experience program, shares how he and the students in the MFA Theatre – Themed Experience track collaborate with Carolina Cruz-Neira, Agere Chair in Computer Science and creator of the CAVE virtual reality system.
Deadline extended: Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts & Wellness Innovation Awards
November 17, 2020 The Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts & Wellness Innovation Awards are $25,000 grants for interdisciplinary projects involving UCF faculty and community organizations.
OUC Installs Student-Designed Sculpture at Exploria Stadium
November 17, 2020 After much anticipation, the student-designed solar sculpture has been installed by OUC at Exploria Stadium, home of Orlando City Soccer and Orlando Pride.