Resilience: Remembering Pulse: June 8 - June 30, 2017
The UCF Art Gallery presents an exhibition of photographs, quilts, paintings, stories and more to honor the victims and LGBTQ+ community on the one-year anniversary of the Pulse shootings. Dr. Connie Lester, Associate Professor of History worked with other College of Arts and Humanities faculty to organize the exhibit as part of the Citizen Curator Project.
UCF Students Uncover Veteran's Stories at Florida National Cemetery
The Veterans Legacy Project has been featured in the Orlando Sentinel, highlighting all the work being done to bring to life the stories of veterans buried in Florida National Cemetery. Click to read the article.
We are #1, according to BestColleges.com and MostAffordableColleges.com
BestColleges.com ranked the University of Central Florida #1 for the Best Online Bachelor’s in History and MostAffordableColleges.com also ranked UCF #1 for the Most Affordable Online Bachelor’s Degree in History.
UCF Emmy-Winning Documentary to be Shown on 100 PBS Stations, Campus
An Emmy-winning documentary film created by UCF honors students began airing this week on more than 100 PBS television stations nationwide, telling the story of a Florida Legislature panel that tried to remove homosexual students and employees from state universities decades ago.
UCF History M.A. students are encouraged to sharpen their presentation skills and share their work-in-progress through academic poster sessions. Last week a team of five presented at the #ZORAFestival28 Communities Conference. They and others will compete for awards in the upcoming 2017 UCF Graduate Research Forum.