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  • Herself Zora Exhibit

    John C. Hitt Library: main floor

    Visit the John C. Hitt Library to view the "Herself Zora" exhbit. The exhibit will be on display until Febuary 1.

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  • UCF Art Gallery Presents Finding Home: The Global Refugee Crisis

    UCF Art Gallery

    Finding Home: The Global Refugee Crisis will be on exhibit at the UCF Art Gallery January 8 - February 2, 2018. Featuring work by Reem Bassous, Alexis Callender, Pam Cooper, Joe Cory, Lauren Greenwald, Hiwa K, Hyung-in Kim, George Lorio, Adrienne Der Marderosian, Casey May McGuire, Vukasin Nedeljkovic, Binod Shrestha, Eun-Kyung Suh and Lance Winn, the exhibition explores borders as ...

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  • thePoint After Dark (Recurring Event)

    Neptune 158: Multipurpose Room

    A weekly party for UCF students. Hosted by thePoint. thePoint After Dark is a healthy nightlife option for the UCF community. thePoint After Dark occurs every Friday (except during Breaks) in the Neptune Multipurpose Room from 10pm to 1am, with different themes from week to week. Visit www.studenthealth.ucf.edu/crc to view the schedule with themes.

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  • 10th Annual UCF Counseling Conference

    Morgridge International Reading Center

    CELEBRATING OUR SUCCESS: Examining the Past, Present and Future of Counseling Explore current counseling topics, including play therapy, integrative care, interpersonal neurobiology, counseling individuals with exceptionalities, counseling and spirituality, and strategies for a multicultural population during this two-day conference. The Keynote Speaker is Human Rights and Social Just ice Advocate Nontombi Naomi Tutu, third child of Archbishop Desmond Tutu. The ...

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  • Global Health Conference: "Healthcare as a Human Right"

    UCF College of Medicine

    Learn more at http://ucfglobalhealth.org The human right to health guarantees a system of health protection for all ensuring “the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health,” according to the World Health Organization. Having a human right to healthcare constitutes access and availability to hospitals, clinics, medicines, and doctors’ services on an equitable level as necessary guided by quality standards ...

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  • Professional Mini Conference

    Student Union: Cedar Key Meeting Room (Room 223)

    The National Society of Black Engineers at the University of Central Florida is partnering with the Central Florida Professionals Chapter to bring you a mini conference. It will include a fashion show, resume critiques, Solidworks competition, professional headshots, LinkedIn workshop, and resume critiques.Everyone is welcome! DON'T FORGET TO BRING HARD COPIES OF YOUR RESUMES. Please RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/upZtby42Wio7UZe53

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  • UCF Women's Basketball vs. SMU

    CFE Arena

    Come out and support your UCF Knight's Women's Basketball team! Find the full schedule here: http://ucfknights.com/schedule.aspx?path=wbball

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  • Faculty Recital: JoAnne Stephenson, soprano and Robin Jensen, piano

    Rehearsal Hall: Auditorium

    UCF Voice Professor, Dr. JoAnne Stephenson presents a recital accompanied by UCF Professor Robin Jensen on piano. Free and open to the public, no ticket required.

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  • Exhibit Opening: "Why Not Us?"

    227 E Kennedy Blvd, Eatonville, FL 32751: Zora Neale Hurston National Museum of Fine Arts

    "Why Not Us?" The Association to Preserve the Eatonville Community: The Early Years, 1987-97 Exhibit Opening Reception & Gallery Talk How did the economically and politically marginalized citizens of Eatonville, Florida -- popularly known as “the oldest incorporated African-American municipality in America -- organize themselves and their allies to stop a county road-widening project and secure the town's placement on ...

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  • Rimma Plays Mendelssohn

    Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre

    The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, under the direction of music director Eric Jacobsen, concert opens with the world premiere of a commissioned piece by UCF Pegasus professor Stella Sung, entitled "Game of Players." Concertmaster Rimma Bergeron-Langlois performs Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto, which is beloved by both musicians and audiences. Concerto for Orchestra, one of Bartók’s best-known and most popular works, concludes the ...

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