Orlando Sentinel: UCF Choirs Offer New Holiday Concert
November 23, 2021 On December 2, the UCF Choirs will take the stage at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts for Knights Season of Joy: A UCF Choral Celebration.
Orlando Sentinel: COVID-19 Pandemic Sparks Creativity in UCF’s Dance Department
November 22, 2021 Even with the difficulties posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, students and faculty members in the School of Performing Arts’ dance department have found creative ways to express themselves.
Spectrum News 13: UCF Student Shares Personal Immigration Experience Through Animated Film
November 22, 2021 Anna Beltran ’19, a student in the Animation and Visual Effects MFA program, is telling the story of immigrants living in the U.S. in a creative way through her work in 3D animation.
Orlando Sentinel: ‘Welcome to the Moon’ Poignantly Finds Laughs in Life, Love
November 18, 2021 “Theatre UCF’s production, on an elegantly atmospheric set by Vandy Wood, finds plenty of laughs in [John Patrick] Shanley’s humorous characters and settings.”
Assistant Professor of Jazz Percussion Clarence Penn Inspires Onstage and Off
November 17, 2021 Despite only being with the UCF School of Performing Arts for a few months, assistant professor of jazz percussion Clarence Penn has already made a substantial impact.
Pegasus Professor Luis Martínez-Fernández a Finalist for Don Quijote Award
November 17, 2021 Professor of history Luis Martínez-Fernández is a finalist for a 2021 Don Quijote Award, an honor that recognizes visionary, courageous Central Floridians
New Lecture Series Features Research in Women’s and Gender Studies
November 16, 2021 This month, the Women’s and Gender Studies program presented the inaugural Gloria Anzaldúa Lecture Series.
Associate Professor of Russian Honored by the Florida Foreign Language Association
November 16, 2021 Associate professor of Russian Alla Kourova was honored by the Florida Foreign Language Association with the organization’s Most Valuable Teacher Award.
Supply Vault for Student Veteran Success Launches at UCF
November 12, 2021 UCF’s Supply Vault for Student Veteran Success officially launched earlier this week.
WESH-Channel 2: Stephanie Murphy Visits UCF to Kick Off Veteran’s Day Week
November 10, 2021 On Tuesday, November 9, Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy attended and spoke at UCF’s Veterans Salute, a ceremony honoring veteran students and staff.
Orlando Sentinel: UCF’s ‘Welcome to the Moon and Other One Acts’ to Honor Late Professor Mark Brotherton
November 10, 2021 Theatre UCF faculty, students and alumni are coming together to produce “Welcome to the Moon and Other One Acts” in honor of the late Mark Brotherton.
First-Generation UCF Student Finds Confidence to Pursue Her Dreams
November 08, 2021 When she crosses the stage in 2022 with a bachelor’s degree in studio art and a minor in sociology, Eileen Zelaya will count the moment as one of her greatest accomplishments.
NSM Today: ‘More Than Just a Musician’: Violin Professor’s Lifelong Passion Resonates
November 08, 2021 For professor of violin Ayako Yonetani, leaving an audience with the feeling of a memorable and impactful performance is the most important thing.
NSM Today: Broadway on Magnolia Choir Concert Offers a Sense of Community
November 08, 2021 The UCF Singing Knights performed in the first-ever Broadway on Magnolia concert Saturday at the Dr. Phillips Center of Performing Arts with Encore! Performing Arts and the Orlando Choral Society.
Applications Open for the 2021 Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts and Wellness Innovation Awards
November 08, 2021 The theme for the 2021 Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts and Wellness Innovation Awards is strength, resolve and resilience.
Engaging in Ethical Dialogue About the COVID-19 Pandemic
November 03, 2021 Dr. Luciana Garbayo, assistant professor of philosophy and medical education, engages in ethical dialogue about the COVID-19 pandemic and public health with the community.
WMFE: Associate Professor of History Discusses the Roots and Trauma of Native American Boarding Schools
November 01, 2021 Associate professor of history Daniel Murphree spoke with WMFE about Native American boarding schools and the generational trauma that they caused.
Orlando Sentinel: UCF’s Project Spotlight Provides Theater Opportunities for All Majors
November 01, 2021 UCF’s Project Spotlight, a student-run organization, provides collaborative opportunities for students of all majors to take part in productions and develop original works through One Act Festivals and Ten Minute Play Competitions.
How a Car Accident Led This Themed Experience Instructor to Direct Orlando’s Halloween Haunts
November 01, 2021 Themed experience instructor Patrick Braillard ’14MA on his expertise in creating immersive, scary events that bring SeaWorld’s first Howl-o-Scream to life.
Texts and Technology Alumna Explores How Humanities Research Can Save Lives
October 29, 2021 Working on her dissertation for the Texts and Technology program led Linda Garrison ’21PhD to a significant conclusion: humanities research can save lives.