Today's Events

  • 2024 Competitive Programming Summer Institute

    Engineering 1

    The Summer Institute is an intensive two-week residential program for gifted and high-achieving students who have a background in computer science with an interest in algorithms and programming competitions. The program offers lectures on data structures and algorithms commonly seen in competitions, several practice competitions, problem reviews of those competitions, and personalized coaching from coaches and members of UCF’s acclaimed …

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  • Mathematical Exploration Summer Institute

    Mathematical Sciences Building

    The Mathematical Exploration Summer Institute is a one-week day program for high school students who are interested in mathematical exploration that goes beyond the high school curriculum. The program will offer hands-on activities, group work and lectures given by local professors at UCF. Participants will learn about exciting mathematics, discover new arguments and explain insights to their peers. Throughout the …

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  • Geo Explorer Summer Institute

    L3Harris Engineering Center

    The Geo Explorer Summer Institute is a one-week program for rising sixth and seventh grade students interested in learning and applying new science technologies focused on geography, mapping, geospatial, virtual reality, augmented reality, and drone technologies through lab and fieldwork experiences at UCF. Students will engage in active learning connecting interactive lecture discussions, hands-on geospatial technology labs, collaborative research planning …

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  • Pathways 2024: The Carlos Malamud Prize Exhibition (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    Pathways 2024: The Carlos Malamud Prize Exhibition Exhibition Dates: May 30, 2024 - August 30, 2024 This exhibition is the result of a collaborative partnership between the UCF Art Gallery at the University of Central Florida and the Rollins Museum of Art to celebrate and support emerging professional artists working in Florida. Juried by an external panel of three professionals …

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  • Big Red Bus - Donate Blood Today! (Recurring Event)

    UCF Memory Mall

    Help us maintain a safe and ready blood supply for cancer patients, trauma patients or when unexpected tragedies occur. The OneBlood bus will park on Memory Mall near the Veterans Memorial. Walk-ups are welcomed and appointments are appreciated!

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  • CREOL Seminar: Mircea Mujat, Physical Sciences Inc.

    CREOL: A214 and Virtual

    Title: High-Resolution Retinal Imaging: Technology Overview and Applications Abstract: Adaptive optics (AO) has been used in many applications, including astronomy, microscopy and medical imaging. In retinal imaging, AO provides real-time correction of the aberrations introduced by the cornea and the lens to facilitate diffraction-limited imaging of retinal microstructures. Most importantly, AO-based retinal imagers provide cellular-level resolution and quantification of changes induced …

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  • Student Support Foundation Meeting


    Are you interested in helping your fellow Knights who have financial need? Join the Student Support Foundation (SSF) to review applications for students who can benefit from the Morgridge Family Foundation emergency grant fund and make a difference in the lives of your fellow students.  Learn more about the SSF!

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  • Mindfulness in Nature


    Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to your feelings, thoughts and body experience in an intentional way. It is a tool that can help you manage discomfort, build resiliency and feel more grounded. This workshop is about incorporating nature and the beautiful outdoors to practice mindfulness and strengthen your connection to yourself and the world. This workshop is part …

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  • Narcotics Anonymous (Recurring Event)

    Ferrell Commons 171: Pride Commons

    This group meets every Wednesday except when the campus is closed. NA is a non-profit fellowship of men and women for whom drugs have become a major problem. We meet regularly to help each other live drug-free. There are no dues or fees, the only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using. Our fellowship focuses primarily on recovery …

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