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Tuesday, December 17th (link)
|Dec 17 05:15 pm||
Weight Watchers Meeting
The weekly Weight Watchers Meeting is back at UCF. Weight Watchers' is now closer to you than you think. UCF/Human Resources in cooperation with Weight Watchers is bringing a regular weekly Weight Watcher Meeting to the UCF Community every Tuesday in the Human Resources Department, Innovative Center, 3280 Progress Drive, Suite 100. Weigh in begins at 5:15pm and meeting are 5:45pm to 6:15pm. At meetings, you’ll find out all the latest information on eating right and living healthy. You’ll get the guidance you need to succeed and stay on track. With a convenient location at UCF/HR and pricing that fits your budget, now might be a good time to check out the meetings.
|Dec 17 06:00 pm||
Brain, Sex, and Intimacy [English]
MFRI UCF Main Campus
Through recent advances in brain research, we are learning more specific information on our brain’s role in desire, intimacy, and sexuality. Participants in this interactive presentation will learn how to apply some of this new information and research to strengthen and deepen intimacy, increase desire within your relationship, enhance sexuality, prevent infidelity, and find or keep those butterflies alive in your relationship. • MUST be at least 18 years old to participate. • At no cost to participants. Workshop open to the Central Florida Community. Facilitated by Dr. Andrew Daire, Ph.D., LMHC, Professor & Assistant Dean for Research, College of Education and Human Performance Space is limited, please RSVP by calling 407.823.1748.
|Dec 17 07:00 pm||
UCF Men's Basketball vs. Jacksonville
Come watch your UCF Men’s Basketball team take on the Jacksonville Dolphins on December 17th at the CFE Arena. Season tickets start at only $96! Single game tickets are also available. Please visit UCFKnights.com or call 407-UCF-1000 to purchase tickets. Charge On!
|Dec 15 12:00 am—Dec 17 12:00 am||
2nd World Research Summit for Tourism and Hospitality: Crossing the Bridge
Rosen College of Hospitality Management
The 2nd World Research Summit for Hospitality and Tourism will provide a timely and interactive international platform for academics and industry practitioners from diverse backgrounds and interests to meet, discuss and debate critical issues that will affect the future direction of hospitality and tourism research and practice. The Summit intends to promote mutual dialog, interaction and understanding of various stakeholders of hospitality and tourism research outputs, including academic researchers and scholars, industry professionals, and government/quasi-government officials. As such, in addition to academic research presentations, the Summit will feature key industry practitioners who will share and highlight industry trends and research gaps from a pragmatic and applied perspective.