Wednesday, June 06, 2018

  • South Lake Summer Reading and Storytelling Camp for K-5 Students

    UCF South Lake Campus

    The College of Education and Human Performance offers the UCF South Lake Summer Reading and Storytelling Camp. Your child will learn to find JOY in reading by exploring different genres through interactive experiences. Learn more and register today

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  • Blood Drive

    Veterans Commemorative Site

    Knights Bleed Black & Gold! Visit http://BloodDrives-UCF.org for information for students, faculty, and staff regarding drives, events, volunteering, blood donor facts, advocacy, and UCF training and educational opportunities.Students, faculty, and staff interested in serving with the Knights Bleed Black and Gold Blood Drive Advisory Council, please contact BloodDrives@ucf.edu. Thank you for making a difference! Event runs on multiple dates (select ...

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  • Digital Distraction - EAP120 (Faculty & Staff Only)

    UCF Human Resources - Innovative Center: Training Room

    How much time do you spend online each day? When does technology move from being a useful tool to taking over a person's life? This workshop includes specific strategies for creating a more balanced life where technology enhances versus detracts from being your best on the job, spending quality time with family and friends, and/or enjoying hobbies and other interests ...

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  • UCF Alumni: UCF MEDTalk - June 6

    The Abbey

    Join the UCF College of Medicine for our summer UCF MEDTalk, where Dr. Jacquelyn Nyenhuis will discuss "Three Food Truths You Need to Know" and why healthy eating doesn't mean dieting or restricting meals to boring foods. In this interactive presentation, Dr. Nyenhuis, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, specializing in culinary medicine and well-known food blogger, will lead a discussion ...

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  • Compass (Recurring Event)

    Research Pavilion

    Compass is a gathering of UCF Collegiate Recovery Community students, as a weekly “check in” by addressing topics of recovery and academics. Meetings are ran by a licensed clinician. During the meeting, students address topics such as recovery, spirituality, relapse prevention, academic growth, learning styles, personalities, and stress management. The group meets on Wednesdays and are open to all members ...

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  • Narcotics Anonymous (Recurring Event)

    Barbara Ying Center

    This meeting is held every Wednesday (unless otherwise noted on the UCF calendar) from 7pm to 8pm on the UCF Main Campus inside the Barbara Ying Center. 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 ...

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