Wednesday, October 23, 2019

  • Women on Weights

    RWC @ Knights Plaza

    Women on Weights 2019 Come join RWC’s experienced female fitness staff for a free, 3-week program aimed at teaching females about resistance training. Women will be taking over the weight floor as we introduce our lady Knights to resistance training equipment and techniques. Additionally, this program will build participants' confidence on the weight floor. The program will meet on Tuesdays ...

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  • Inclusive Recreation Expo

    Recreation and Wellness Center

    Come out and try our adaptive and inclusive sports from blindfolded yoga to wheelchair basketball. Open to ALL ABILITIES. 7:00a – 7:55a Blindfolded Yoga RWC Main 8:00a – 8:55a Blindfolded Yoga RWC @ Downtown 2:30p – 3:25p Blindfolded Yoga RWC @ Knight’s Plaza 3:00p – 4:00p Wheelchair Badminton/Table Tennis RWC Main Court 1 3:00p – 3:45p Sitting Volleyball RWC Main ...

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  • Half Marathon Training Program (Recurring Event)

    Recreation and Wellness Center

    This 12 week half marathon running program will prepare participants for the OUC Half Marathon in December. The training group meets Wednesdays and Fridays at 7am outside the RWC. No previous half marathon experience is required, however previous fitness experience is recommended. Our pacers will be running under a 15-minute mile to comply with OUC's race pace requirement. More information ...

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  • Performance Management 1.0 (LDR004) - Faculty & Staff Only

    UCF Human Resources - Innovative Center: Training Room

    As a supervisor, your role is to coach, motivate, and empower others to use their skills, expertise and ideas to produce results. What is performance management and how do you do it? Come learn about best practices in performance management, the benefits gained when performance management is done well, and specific practice with writing goals for performance. We will also ...

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  • Gain Grad Skills: Practicing Relaxation

    Trevor Colbourn Hall: 201

    How do you integrate wellness into daily life? In this workshop, Co-Sponsored by Wellness and Health Promotion Services (WHPS) and Academic Advancement Programs (AAP), Pam Mills (LMHC, BCB) will lead students through a relaxation skills training to integrate into your daily routine. Using these skills each day helps you prepare to cope with the stress from applying to and attending ...

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  • Non-Tenure Earning Faculty Community Meeting

    Teaching Academy: 130

    Our interdisciplinary non-tenure earning (NTE) community drives our UCF Collective Impact while developing and retaining NTE faculty. Monthly forums provide NTE faculty professional and leadership development and peer support. All NTE faculty have an open invitation to join us monthly. You may choose an action team or you may choose to network with your NTE colleagues regarding best practices or ...

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  • Alcohol Screening Day

    John T. Washington Center

    Questions or concerns about your drinking habits? Take a brief screening survey about your alcohol use and receive personalized feedback from a clinician. Engage in a conversation regarding protective strategies, how you compare with general statistics, and be referred to SHS Substance Use Disorder Services if needed.

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  • Connecting with Experiential Learning (Recurring Event)

    Career Services and Experiential Learning: 121

    Optimize your success by learning about the services and resources available to you through Experiential Learning.

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  • Optimizing Your Online Presence as a Researcher (Recurring Event)

    Graduate Student Center: Trevor Colbourn Hall: 213

    Learn more about evaluating research impacts and managing your online research profile. This session will cover citation metrics and measuring your publishing impact. Citation metrics provide quantitative data used to evaluate the impact of a scholar’s research. Learn about methods and tools to obtain citation counts and impact data (ISI Web of Science, Google Scholar, and others), and metrics to ...

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  • CAPS Workshop: Allyship and Wellness

    Counseling and Psychological Services

    Whether you identify as a lifelong advocate for social justice or a new ally in the fight for equity, this workshop is for you. This workshop explores tools and skills for effective Social Justice Allyship within an Intersectional Framework, and also touches on why Social Justice Allyship is necessary interpersonally and systemically. Workshop will also explore how allyship promotes personal ...

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  • Hispanic Student Round Table

    Student Union: 224

    Come join Multicultural Academic and Support Services (MASS) to strengthen the Latinx community and build cultural representation.

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  • What does a "W" really mean?

    Student Union: Key West Ballroom (Room 218A)

    Learn about how withdrawing from a course could impact your academic career. We will walk you through the steps to take before deciding if a course withdrawal is right for you. Event co-sponsored by First Year Advising & Exploration and Student Government Association.

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  • Author Rights: Understanding and Protecting Your Rights (Recurring Event)

    Graduate Student Center: Trevor Colbourn Hall: 213

    Learn to be a savvy author! Do you know that all rights to a work are often assigned to publishers when a manuscript is accepted? Are there other options that allow you to retain the copyright of your work? This workshop will provide an overview of general copyright and what author rights mean to you, as a researcher. We will ...

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  • Continuum- Violence Prevention Certificate Series (Recurring Event)

    RWC: 249

    Participants will place various scenarios on a continuum spanning from harmless to interpersonal violence. See where each scenario falls according to indivdual participants and how this relates to rape culture in our society.

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  • Cuba Study Abroad (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Colbourn Hall: Room 358B

    Spend your Spring Break or Summer in Cuba! UCF Modern Languages & Literatures invites you to an information session to learn more about how to get started. The session will take place on Wednesday, October 23 from 1:00-2:00PM in TCH 358B. Contact Kacie.Tartt@ucf.edu or Anne.Prucha@ucf.edu for more information

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  • Napercise (Recurring Event)

    RWC @ Knights Plaza

    The best way for muscle recovery, building up your immune system and retention of information is a power nap! Join us for a safe, clean, supervised rest (30 mins after set up) and feel invigorated to power through the rest of your day!

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  • Non-Tenure Earning Faculty Community Meeting

    Teaching Academy: 130

    Our interdisciplinary non-tenure earning (NTE) community drives our UCF Collective Impact while developing and retaining NTE faculty. Monthly forums provide NTE faculty professional and leadership development and peer support. All NTE faculty have an open invitation to join us monthly. You may choose an action team or you may choose to network with your NTE colleagues regarding best practices or ...

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  • Distinguished Speaker Series Presents: Juleigh Mayfield, "Metamorphing into Me"

    Dr. Phillips Academic Commons: 106

    Juleigh Mayfield is an American actress, model and author of the blog "Metamorphing Into Me". Join Juleigh as she discusses her life with Klinefelter Syndrome (kline-fel-ter), also known as 47,XXY, a genetic condition where you have an extra X chromosome.

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  • Creating a Back-Up Plan

    Career Services and Experiential Learning: 121

    Did life recently take an unexpected turn? You didn’t get that internship or get into graduate school? CAPS and Career Services has teamed up to talk about creating a back-up plan.

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  • Office of Undergraduate Research Resources and Funding Opportunities (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Colbourn Hall 201: Trevor Colbourn Hall 201

    Are you currently conducting research with a faculty member at UCF? This workshop is for you! At this workshop, we will cover programs like the OUR Research Grants, Conference Travel Funding, Summer Funding, the Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence and more. Find out about all of the funding, presenting, and publishing opportunities that the Office of Undergraduate Research offers and ...

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  • Transfer Advocate Certificate Series, Session 2 (DIV394)

    Barbara Ying Center: 140

    Title: Becoming a Transfer Advocate Description: Session 2 will further detail the unique experience of transfer students. During this session, attendees will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to advocate for the transfer student population. Participants will interact with UCF transfer students and engage in active discussion with their colleagues in order to develop a plan to positively impact the ...

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  • RICHES presents An Oral History Workshop: Capturing the Living Past Through Personal Experiences

    Graduate Student Center: Trevor Colbourn Hall: 213

    Oral history is the study of preserving the memories and experiences of people and communities through recorded interviews. It is both the oldest type of historical inquiry and one of the most modern. Join us for this free workshop to learn about the interview process and participate in a mock interview with a US military veteran in association with the ...

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  • Trans* In College Book Club, Discussion Meeting 6 (DIV452.0001)

    Classroom Building 1: 205

    The Division of Teaching and Learning is hosting a campus-wide book club for faculty, staff and students. The book, Trans* In College by Z Nicolazzo (University of Arizona), is a foundational study on trans students' experiences across large universities like ours. Through reading and conversing, members will learn about the experiences of students, peers, colleagues and friends, and how to ...

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  • UCF Reading Clinic at Main Campus (Recurring Event)

    Teaching Academy

    Would your child benefit from more one-to-one and small group instruction in reading and writing? Would you like more specific information about your child's reading performance and at-home suggestions? This fall, the College of Community Innovation and Education is offering a reading clinic for K-6 students on UCF's main campus. Your child will be paired with an undergraduate education student ...

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