UCF’s FPEP Continues to Aid Central Florida Inmates
September 05, 2023 Students and staff gathered to learn more about the Florida Prison Education Project, also known as FPEP.
Limbitless Solutions Receives Epic MegaGrant to Create Multiplayer Prosthetics-Training Game
September 01, 2023 UCF professors and Limbitless Solutions will expand their catalog of bionic-limb-training games with help from an Epic MegaGrant from Epic Games.
Russian Language Camp Strengthens Cultural Understanding
September 01, 2023 The first cohort of the recently expanded STARTALK program has completed their residential summer camp.
Welcoming New Faculty Members to the College of Arts and Humanities
August 22, 2023 The UCF College of Arts and Humanities welcomes new faculty members joining our college this upcoming fall semester!
UCF Alumni Announces 2023 Shining Knights Award Recipients
August 22, 2023 The awards include the Distinguished Alumni, John C. and Martha Hitt Honorary Alumni, Young Alumni and Distinguished Student awards.
CAH Funded Research: 2022–23
August 14, 2023 2022–2023 funded research projects involving the UCF College of Arts and Humanities.
Staff and Administration Changes Within the Dean’s Office
August 11, 2023 The administration and staff of the College of Arts and Humanities keep the college running smoothly and efficiently. This fall, we welcome several familiar faces to new roles.
Art Bytes: Summer 2023
August 10, 2023 UCF’s School of Visual Arts and Design (SVAD) celebrates the achievements of faculty, alumni, and students as they pursue creative endeavors.
Delia Garcia Appointed Assistant Dean of UCF College of Arts and Humanities
August 09, 2023 Garcia will continue with her current areas of responsibility: curriculum, scheduling, and student success.
Peter Larson Appointed Associate Dean of UCF College of Arts and Humanities
August 04, 2023 In his new role, Larson will initially be responsible for overseeing the college’s research, program assessment, faculty qualifications management and certification (FQMS), faculty evaluations (SPOIs) and SACS-COC accreditation activities.
Honoring the Legacy of Sarah Brown ’19
August 01, 2023 Our goal is to raise $25,000, and your generosity will enable the foundation to establish an endowed scholarship, allowing Sarah’s legacy to live on forever.
UCF Art Gallery 2022-2023 Exhibition Review
July 31, 2023 In the 2022-2023 academic year, the UCF Art Gallery hosted a variety of exhibitions and programming, both in person and online.
Jazz Drums Professor Jason Marsalis Honors Late Father’s Love of Music
July 25, 2023 Jason Marsalis spoke with News 6 to share his excitement in joining UCF as Jazz Drums Professor and his hope to honor his father’s memory.
Associate Lecturer of English Christian Beck Awarded for His Accomplishments
July 25, 2023 Associate Lecturer of English Christian Beck has received the Mother Mary Catharine McGann Alumni Achievement Award for his career accomplishments.
UCF Student Film Receives Suncoast Regional Student Production Awards
July 18, 2023 The newest Honors documentary, Jewel of Parramore: The Wellsbuilt Museum, has received a Suncoast Regional Student Production Award.
Research in 60 Seconds: WWI’s Psychological Impact on Nurses
July 17, 2023 UCF history alum Kayla Elizabeth Campana ’15 ’22MA’s research focuses on the origins of psychological trauma and how treatment for it has changed over time.
UCF is Exploring the Intersection of Art and Artificial Intelligence
July 17, 2023 In honor of Artificial Intelligence Appreciation Day (July 16), here’s how UCF is leveraging this rapidly evolving technology in the arts to discover a world of possibilities.
Architecture Student Awarded Distinguished Gilman Scholarship to Study Abroad
July 17, 2023 The award provides students who may not otherwise have the financial means to travel abroad the opportunity to do so while encouraging the exploration of different countries.
CAH Faculty Honored with Promotion and Tenure in 2023
July 14, 2023 UCF awarded promotion and/or tenure to faculty members in the arts and humanities. Consideration for promotion and tenure takes nearly an entire academic year as faculty members are evaluated on three main areas: research, teaching and service.
Historian David Head Says Remember the “Founding Scoundrels”
July 07, 2023 Self-interested men like William Blount, Aaron Burr, and James Wilkinson helped build America, too, says historian David Head.