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Wednesday, April 3rd

Date Description
Apr 3 09:00 am Performance Appraisal (UCF Faculty and Staff only) Human Resource: OD & Training
Are you a new supervisor? Are you a current supervisor? Are you aware of UCF’s performance appraisal program regarding USPS and A&P staff? To learn more or update your knowledge, please join us for one of the monthly upcoming performance appraisal training classes. This class will provide supervisors with tips and tools that you can use throughout the year. You will learn: 1) UCF procedures for USPS and A&P employees 2) Benefits & multiple uses of appraisals 3) How to make the process work for you 4) The importance of documentation 5) How to set SMART goals for your staff This workshop is limited to current supervisors of USPS and A&P eligible staff. WE look forward to seeing you there! Register now for PER067 myUCF
Apr 3 10:00 am Book Sale by Sigma Tau Delta and FTC Colbourn Hall (CNH)
Today's sale is going to be cancelled on account of rain. We will be holding an additional sale day next week. Need something to read or just like looking through used books? Come by the Sigma Tau Delta (English Honor Society)and Future Technical Communicators Book Sale in front of Colbourn Hall! We have a large selection of books for you to choose from. We are requesting donations for our books so there are no prices.
Apr 3 10:00 am Founders' Day Honors Convocation Student Union (STUN)
Faculty members recognized for excellence in teaching, advising, research, professional service, and librarianship; completing 20, 30, 40, and 45 years of service; and retiring. Founders' Awards presented to ten students who have demonstrated exceptional ability in a particular area of study. A Pegasus Professor award may be presented. Four awards presented to HIM students for outstanding theses. Recently-graduated seniors who have completed honors theses and seniors who are in the top one percent academically within each college are recognized. A reception follows the convocation. This event is open to the university community, and guests are welcome.
Apr 3 10:30 am Diversity Film Festival Ferrell Commons - Auditorium (FC-7E)
A look into how advertising traffics in distorted and destructive ideals of femininity. This film stands to challenge a new generation of students to take advertising seriously, and to think critically about popular culture and its relationship to sexism, eating disorders, and gender violence.
Apr 3 10:30 am Growing Optimism for the Real Estate Industry - At Last! Sheraton Orlando Downtown Hotel
A preeminent meeting of commercial real estate owners, practitioners, and key decision makers in Central Florida with keynote presentations and roundtables by local/state politicians, real estate and related industry CEOs/Senior Execs, and UCF scholars. Topics will focus on the changing environment facing the real estate industry in 2013 and beyond; specifically those impacting the commercial space market, investment market, and lending environment. Additionally, focus will be given to major projects and economic developments in Central Florida and the state. Keynote Speaker: Mike Lafitte, chief operating officer, CBRE
Apr 3 11:00 am Leadership Development Career Services Experiential Learning CSEL)
Facilitators from Target will facilitate this discussion! Learn about personal, team, thought and results leadership principles, and how they impact the overall team concept.
Apr 3 01:00 pm Diversity Film Festival Ferrell Commons - Auditorium (FC-7E)
The true story of Soldier’s Girl, tells the heart-wrenching story of the life and tragic death of soldier Barry Winchell. His love for Calpernia Addams, a beautiful transgendered nightclub performer was misunderstood by fellow soldiers and eventually leads to his brutal death.
Apr 3 02:00 pm Titus Andronicus Orlando Shakespeare Theater
$12 student tickets half hour before show/ $10 off all advanced tickets - Shocking, savage, and outrageously entertaining – Titus Andronicus is a cataclysmic cycle of revenge between the families of Titus, the great Roman general, and Tamora, the sadistic Queen of the Goths. Each of their barbarous and diabolical acts begets more brutal acts of retaliation. Theatrically vivid and surprisingly moving, Titus Andronicus is what a summer blockbuster would be if it were written by the world's great genius of language and theater.
Apr 3 02:00 pm Learn Adobe Illustrator for Beginners Computer Center I (CC1)
A free hands-on class for beginner Illustrator users. This simple beginners lesson will introduce students to the brushes panel and give step by step direction on how to make your own paintbrush. Bring your own computer with Adobe Illustrator installed, trial versions work. www.facebook.com/UCFTechCommons
Apr 3 04:30 pm Eating Healthy on a College Budget! Business Administration (BA)
Sick of Ramen noodles? Join us for a Nutrition presentation that will teach you how to eat healthy without breaking the bank! Location and Time: BA 221, 4:30-5:30PM. Guest speaker: Meghan Van Camp, RD, LD/N Dietitian and Nutritionist for Wellness and Health Promotion Services University of Central Florida This event is a part of the Multicultural Association of Pre-Health Students (MAPS) annual Health Week to promote healthy living at UCF. Students who attend ALL four days of events and complete their stamp card will be entered into a raffle to win prizes including gift cards, a free photography session, and more!
Apr 3 06:00 pm Self Discovery Knights (SDK) Libra Community Center
A discussion on relationships and dating in college. Tips on how to manage romantic relationships
Apr 3 06:00 pm BHC Alumni & Student Networking Knight Fairwinds Alumni Center (FAC)
In celebration of UCF's 50th Anniversary, The Burnett Honors College Alumni Chapter invites you to the first-ever BHC Alumni & Student Networking Knight. The evening will recognize the importance of mentorship with special guest, Tyler Fisher, BHC alumnus and Rhodes Scholar. This will be a great opportunity to connect with fellow alumni, students and friends! Complimentary admission includes hors d'oeuvres, beverages, and a chance to win door prizes! Black and gold business casual attire requested. Please RSVP online by March 29: https://ucfknightsnetwork.com/bhcnetworkingknight
Apr 3 06:30 pm The Dream Share Project Classroom Building I (CL1)
“You are never given a dream without also being given the power to make it true.” -Richard Bach Are you undecided in your major or are looking for encouragement to make the final leap in fully pursuing your dream? Career Services and First Year Advising will be hosting The Dream Share Project. This program is aimed to help you discover your passion. Chip and Alexis from the Dream Share Project will be showcasing their documentary, and sharing their experience of finding the meaning of following their dreams. There will be free food and prizes!
Apr 3 06:30 pm Dream Out Loud Workshop Classroom Building I (CL1)
Have you ever had a dream that you gave up on? At the Dream Out Loud workshop, guest speakers Chip Hiden and Alexis Irvin from "The Dream Share Project" will be helping us to encourage you to strive for your dreams by developing a realistic plan of action. No matter if you are still searching for a major or if you are already have one, we want to help you stay focused on acheiving your dreams! Remember: Live for now and DREAM OUT LOUD! For more information on The Dream Share Project see the following website -- http://thedreamshareproject.com/
Apr 3 07:00 pm Titus Andronicus Orlando Shakespeare Theater
$12 student tickets half hour before show/ $10 off all advanced tickets - Shocking, savage, and outrageously entertaining – Titus Andronicus is a cataclysmic cycle of revenge between the families of Titus, the great Roman general, and Tamora, the sadistic Queen of the Goths. Each of their barbarous and diabolical acts begets more brutal acts of retaliation. Theatrically vivid and surprisingly moving, Titus Andronicus is what a summer blockbuster would be if it were written by the world's great genius of language and theater.
Apr 3 07:00 pm COS presents Science Cafe with Dr. Talat Rahman Off-Campus
Dr. Talat Rahman is the UCF Physics Chair and a UCF Provost Distinguished Research Professor. Her research interests are first principles calculations of nanoscale phenomena (chemical reactions, molecular diffusion, vibrational dynamics and thermodynamics of nanomaterials); multiscale-modeling offunctional material; structural stability and characteristics of nanoalloys; atomistic studies of diffusion at solid surfaces; thin film growth processes and surface morphological evolution of nanostructures. As part of our celebrations for the UCF 50th Anniversary the College of Sciences will be hosting several Science Cafés to showcase our Pegasus Professors and discuss Science Beyond UCF with the Central Florida community. Admission is free, and you need no reservation—just come ready to listen and contribute. Each speaker will begin their presentation at 7 p.m. so please arrive around 6 p.m. if you plan on having dinner at Taste. All Science Cafés will be held at Taste Restaurant, which is located at 717 W. Smith Street in College Park and pictured below. Get directions to the restaurant and view their menu by visiting their website http://www.tastecp.com/.
Apr 3 07:30 pm EWB meeting (Peace Corps speaker) Business Administration (BA)
Join Engineers Without Borders for our next general meeting. We will have a presentation from a Peace Corps rep, officer elections and free pizza! It's never to late to get involved and all majors are encouraged to attend!

Ongoing Events:

Date Description
Apr 2 10:00 am—Apr 10 04:30 pm Universal Knights Tickets Rosen College of Hospitality Management
Attention Rosen Students! Ticket distribution for Universal Knights at the Rosen Campus will start Tuesday, April 2 and conclude on Wednesday, April 10 or until tickets run out on a first come first serve basis. Please do not wait until 4/10 to get your ticket. Stop by the Student Organization office in RM 202B. Office hours are from 10AM-4:30PM
Apr 2 10:00 am—Apr 22 04:30 pm Knights Helping Knights Pantry Rosen College of Hospitality Management
We will be collecting donations for Knights Helping Knights Pantry Drive. Will be collecting donations from 4/2-4/22 in RM 202B Monday-Thursday from 10AM-4:30PM.

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