A Day in the Life of a Stay-at-Home Professor

May 07, 2020  Nathan Holic ’02 ’07MFA, an associate lecturer in writing and rhetoric, on what it’s like to teach and work from home with three young kids.

Writing and Rhetoric celebrates graduation virtually

May 06, 2020  In lieu of an in-person celebration, the Department of Writing and Rhetoric gathered online to recognize their graduating students.

Staff Awards recognize dedication and success

May 06, 2020  The annual CAH staff awards recognize employees who have delivered exemplary service to the college and UCF.

Leading virtual reality

May 04, 2020  As an undergraduate student, Thomas Pring ’20 worked in two research labs to level up from gamer to virtual reality game designer.

History class makes news with unique project

April 27, 2020  History instructor Kevin Mercer is receiving national media attention for his COVID-19-related class assignment.

10 SVAD students, alumni and faculty finalists in ArtFields 2020: Now Virtual

April 24, 2020  Six alumni, three current students and one faculty member from the School of Visual Arts and Design are finalists for the 2020 ArtFields competition.

Congratulations to CAH’s 2019-20 TIP and RIA Awardees

April 24, 2020  Congratulations to the faculty members who have been selected to receive 2019-20 UCF Teaching Incentive Program (TIP) Awards or Research Incentive Awards (RIA). 

Meet Taylor Pryor, 2020 Order of Pegasus winner and English lit major

April 23, 2020  Taylor Pryor, an English literature major, is the 2020 Order of Pegasus recipient for the College of Arts and Humanities.

Student uses spanish to improve healthcare for diverse communities

April 22, 2020  Zeynep Elshaer, who is majoring in biomedical sciences and Spanish, wants to be a doctor who won’t let language get in the way of delivering good care.

13 Songs for the Ultimate Uplifting Playlist

April 21, 2020  From classical masterpieces to the funkiness of virtual band Gorillaz, these selections from UCF’s music faculty make for a soundtrack of positivity.

SVAD alumna, students win 2020 Addy Awards

April 20, 2020  The 2020 Orlando Addy Awards included three UCF students, McKenzie Estes, Gi-ting Chen, Ryan Pesch, and one 2004 alumna, Annika Matos.

J.R. Hopes 11th year scholarship recipient selected

April 16, 2020  Graphic design student Rachel Greenwald has been selected as the 2020 J.R. Hopes scholarship recipient.

Music Scholarships Awarded to 11 Students

April 16, 2020  11 music students have been awarded scholarships to recognize their academic achievements, musical ability and contributions to the UCF School of Performing Arts.

Column: What should Themed Experience graduates know, say, do?

April 14, 2020  Themed Experience professor Peter Weishar discusses how he gathers input from industry to build UCF’s new graduate program. (This article is part of a series of articles written for InPark Magazine.)

Theatre Professor Uses Sewing Skills to Help UCF Police

April 10, 2020  UCF’s resident costume designer and her family are making masks for officers stationed at the COVID-19 testing site on campus.

Is it Finally Time to Pass the Equal Rights Amendment?

April 09, 2020  Women’s and Gender Studies director M.C. Santana discusses the ERA and why you should care about its fate.

Alumnus awarded most outstanding thesis on Florida history

April 08, 2020  The Florida Historical Society honored UCF History alumnus Gramond McPherson with the Gov. LeRoy Collins award for the most outstanding graduate level thesis on Florida history.

CAH faculty members receive promotion or tenure in 2020

April 07, 2020  This year, 30 CAH faculty members received promotion or tenure to celebrate their successes.

Announcing the Gloria Anzaldúa Research Excellence Award winners

April 07, 2020  This research excellence award stipend supports individuals pursuing advanced research near completion and of value to women’s and gender scholars.

LIFE at UCF honors Terry Thaxton for impactful initiative

April 03, 2020  UCF’s Learning Institute for Elders (LIFE) is honoring English professor Terry Thaxton for her work with the Literary Arts Partnership.