UCF History Professor Invested into Endowed Position

October 1, 2021

Kenneth Hanson, professor and program director of Judaic Studies, was invested into the Tess and Abe Wise Endowed Professorship in Judaic Studies on Thursday, September 30 in a virtual ceremony. The endowed faculty position, which was established thanks to generous gifts from Tess and Abe Wise and their family, recognizes Hanson’s accomplishments and will allow him to advance his work and research. Hanson is an expert on the Dead Sea Scrolls and the co-editor of The Annotated Passover... Read More

Africana Studies Student Awarded Dining Scholarship

September 22, 2021

The UCF Africana Studies program proudly awards the Africana Studies and Business Services Dining Stipend to senior Jasmine Harris. Sponsored by UCF Business Services, the stipend offers an all-access meal plan that grants seven-day access to both campus dining halls, 63 South and Knightro’s. An additional $200 in Dining Dollars is also included, which students can use at any UCF Dining Services restaurant. When asked about how the stipend has helped her, Harris explained, “this award... Read More

Information Session and Open House Round-Up

September 15, 2021

In the next month, the College of Arts and Humanities will offer a wide variety of information sessions and open houses related to our various degree programs, from experimental animation and character animation to themed experience and musical theatre. Whether they take place online or in person, all information session and open houses require advance registration. Explore the full list of upcoming events: SVAD Virtual Info Session Friday, Sept. 17 at 9:30 a.m. The SVAD Advising team... Read More

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