Subscribe to this calendar
Friday, April 5th (link)
|Apr 5 08:30 am||
Educational Complex (ED)
Join us for a day of professional development, fun, and learning that will focus on celebrating literacy and learning more about: The Common Core State Standards and Instruction in K-12 Grades, quality reading instruction, literacy in the disciplines, reading and writing, vocabulary and comprehension, coaching, literature, assessment, literacy leadership, and technology for students in grades K-12.
|Apr 5 10:00 am||
Fairwinds Alumni Center (FAC)
The Nicholson School of Communication (NSC) COMM Day is a day of professional development and celebration of student achievements for the Nicholson School of Communication.
|Apr 5 10:00 am||
Student Research Week: Exhibit - State of STEAM
Art Gallery (VAB)
This daylong exhibit will be on display at the UCF Art Gallery April 5 and 6. The exhibit contains STEM(Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) inspired art works (sculptures, paintings, illustrations, posters) created by Visual Arts and Design (VAD) students based on the research of STEM students. The VAD and STEM students will be present to explain their art and research from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at the gallery. An ICubed Project.
|Apr 5 11:00 am||
Oral Communication in Academia Series: Nonverbal Communication
Colbourn Hall (CNH)
“She doesn’t want to be here.” “He can’t stand teaching.” “She loves her subject.” These are all examples of what we potentially communicate to our students without saying a word. Sometimes what we say with body language is as important as what we say verbally. We will learn about the eight types of nonverbal communication. Acquire the skills to convey the meaning you intend without saying a word. Please RSVP by registering here: http://www.admin.graduate.ucf.edu/surveyASP/TakeSurvey.asp?SurveyID=52Hn57MLm5l5G
|Apr 5 12:00 pm||
Counseling Center (COUN)
This drop-in workshop helps students develop skills in coping with anxious thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Students will learn about myths and realities of anxiety and develop practical skills that they can use. This is a recurring workshop on Fridays 12:00 - 1:00 pm during spring semester. Beginning February 15; ending April 19.
|Apr 5 12:00 pm||
Save Second Base Carnival!
Brought to you by Knights Go Pink & LEAD Scholars! Event takes place on Friday April 5th at Memory Mall from 12:00-3:00 PM. All proceeds will go to United in Pink for Breast Cancer research!! Help Knights Go Pink by attending its FIRST ANNUAL Save Second Base Carnival and help raise awareness for Breast Cancer research while having fun and playing games! This is a FREE EVENT!!! Come out, play some games, go on a race across campus and win tickets to put towards a drawing for some INCREDIBLE PRIZES! FREE ICE CREAM CONES FROM TOPPERS (Next to Wackadoos in the Student Union) will be given to the first 100 people who show up at the Carnival!!! There will be: Plenty of games & activities, A competition modeled after the "Amazing Race" called "Adventure Race" put on by LEAD Scholars, A Dunk Tank & Bounce Houses, Free Food & Smoothies, And of course; prizes... LOTS AND LOTS OF PRIZES!!! Bring everyone you know to Save Second Base! SNEAK PREVIEW OF SOME OF THE PRIZES AVAILABLE: $50 in Victoria Secret Gift Cards, UCF Gear, $25 Sweet! By Good Golly Miss Molly Gift Card, Gift Baskets including Breast Cancer Awareness SWAG, FREE 21 & Over Movie Passes & Skullcandy Headphones, Chipotle Gift Card & MUCH, MUCH MORE!!! Bring a friend and see you all there!!!
|Apr 5 03:30 pm||
RWC @ Knights Plaza Grand Opening Celebration
Recreation & Wellness Center (RWC)
UCF to Celebrate “A New Gym on the Block” UCF’s Recreation and Wellness Center, alongside President John C. Hitt, will be hosting a block party to celebrate the success of a new 8,700 square foot fitness facility. Orlando, Fla. (March 25, 2013) – More than 15,000 UCF students have made health a priority this year by visiting UCF’s Recreation and Wellness Center @ Knights Plaza. The RWC @ Knights Plaza, completed in January, is an 8,700 square foot facility consisting of approximately 5,700 square feet of workout space. In less than two months, the RWC @ Knights Plaza has established itself as a worthwhile addition to the UCF campus. On Friday April 5, 2013, UCF President John C. Hitt, SGA President Cortez Whatley, UCF faculty and staff will host a block party to celebrate the RWC @ Knights Plaza’s success. The block party will begin with a formal ceremony and remarks from President Hitt and others from 3:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The RWC @ Knights Plaza is located on UCF’s main campus at the corner of West Plaza Drive and Gemini Blvd North in Orlando, FL. Music, festivities and giveaways will last from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. “The Recreation and Wellness Center is dedicated to providing programs and facilities that foster healthy lifestyles,” said James Wilkening the Recreation and Wellness Center Director. “Students have made it extremely clear that RWC @ Knights Plaza is a worthwhile addition to campus and their lives.” “Students love the RWC @ Knight’s Plaza,” said Scott Mauro the Recreation and Wellness Center marketing coordinator. “The block party is a perfect way to celebrate this new facility and our Knights Plaza neighbors." About the Recreation and Wellness Centers The 85,000 square foot UCF Recreation and Wellness Center Phase I opened in 2002 and expanded to 150,000 square feet in 2011. In 2013, the RWC @ Knights Plaza opened to all UCF students. Paid memberships are available to faculty, staff, alumni and UCF affiliated organizations. Funded by the Student Government Association of UCF, the RWC’s facilities offer free weights, cardiovascular and weight machine, group exercise studios, a custom climbing wall with 20 different routes, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, a disc golf course, numerous intramural sports fields, a leisure pool, an outdoor lap pool and year-round programming in intramural sports, fitness, aquatics and outdoor adventure. For more information, contact Scott Mauro at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (407) 823-2408. About the UCF Student Government Association The UCF Student Government Association is a representative body modeled after the United States government. Through the three branches – executive, legislative and judicial – the UCF Student Government Association represents student issues and concerns at all levels of university decision-making. In addition, the UCF Student Government Association is constantly creating new services and initiatives aiming to make campus life better for all UCF Knights. For more information, contact the Public Relations coordinator at email@example.com or at (407) 823-6357.
|Apr 5 05:00 pm||
FCC Amateur Radio Examination session
Engineering I (ENGR)
If you would like to get an FCC issued Amateur Radio License or upgrade your existing license, the Amateur Radio Club will be holding a testing session on campus. Additional information at http://www2.mmae.ucf.edu/wiki/Hamexam
|Apr 5 06:00 pm||
COUPLES CAFE [in English]
MFRI UCF Main Campus
Discover ways to enhance your relationship and intimacy. Learn your love language, and explore how to keep the butterflies alive in your relationship. Combine your love language with practical ways to express your love! This workshop will focus on assisting couples to understand each other’s unique needs and “speak” each other’s love language using the Five Love Languages* model which include: Words of Affirmation, Quality time, Gifts, Act of Services, and Physical Touch. • MUST be at least 18 years old to participate. Space is limited, call 407.823.1748 to reserve yours. *The Five Love Languages by Gary D. Chapman is property of Northfield Publishing.
|Apr 5 07:00 pm||
Project Spotlight presents Spring 2013 One Act Festival
Project Spotlight presents: We will be featuring plays by George Bernard Shaw and others. When: April 4-6 @ 7pm & April 7 @ 2pm Where: Theatre UCF Mianstage Cost: FREE Project Spotlight is an entirely student-run organization dedicated to giving students the opportunity to create pieces of theatre. That means that the directors, stage managers, designers, and actors are all students! This event is the culmination of this semester's production class. *Each play is shown every night*
|Apr 5 07:30 pm||
Battle Knights: 5 Year Return of UCF Elements of Hip Hop
Educational Complex (ED)
UCF Elements of Hip Hop is proud to present: BATTLE KNIGHTS! Elements is officially back on the map! After 5 long years of absence we have returned. This will be the first true hip hop Jam on the UCF campus since the last Battle of the Elements. There is no better way to show your support than by coming out to this Jam. Friday April 5th 2013 @UCF Education Complex Gymnasium 100% Free Admission 7:30pm-12:00am DJ Sureshot/TableHogz MC Nate Nocks/MF Kidz Judges: Shade/Soul Shifterz Keebz/Mind 180 Lito/Soul Rockerz 3v3 Bboy Battles The coveted Elements Trophy & Prizes Featuring a BRKN International Segment from The Bboy Spot Competitors to be announced after the 5th circuit. Special showcase from the Legendary TableHogz Crew -Rubox -J-Storm -SPS --------------- Great music and Good vibes! Don't Miss Out! www.facebook.com/ElementsUCF
|Apr 5 08:00 pm||
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 5 08:00 pm||UCF Percussion Ensemble Concert Visual Arts Building (VAB) Auditorium|
|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.