Monday, February 04, 2019

  • Spring Reading Clinic for K-6 Students

    UCF: TBD

    Would your child benefit from more one-to-one and small group instruction in reading and writing? This spring, 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 for individualized support in developing their reading, writing, and thinking abilities. In our final ...

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  • Biggest Winner

    Recreation and Wellness Center

    The Biggest Winner challenge is a 6-week program designed to help students improve exercise and nutrition habits in order to improve total wellness, along with reducing the risk of chronic disease. Students will receive assistance and guidance from certified trainers to help implement healthy behavioral changes that will increase their quality of life. Benefits of participating include but are not ...

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  • UCF Class Gift Campaign

    UCF: TBD

    4EVER KNIGHTS is hosting the 3rd annual UCF Class Gift Campaign. In two years, more than 2200 students have made a donation to a scholarship fund, the food pantry, CAPS, research and more! Join us as we try to break our 2017-2018 record of 1405 student donors. Goal - 1750! All graduating Knights who make a Class Gift donation of ...

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  • The 25th Annual Joseph C. Andrews Mentoring Celebration

    Student Union: Pegasus Ballroom

    Hosted by the Black Faculty and Staff Association, the 25th Annual Joseph C. Andrews Mentoring Celebration highlights mentorship and leadership at the University of Central Florida. This year's speaker is Angela Rye. An attorney, CNN Political Commentator and NPR Political Analyst, Rye has been featured as an influential politico, lawyer and advocate by several publications and outlets from Marie Claire ...

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  • Silent Lines Exhibition (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    EXHIBITION: Silent Lines by Yvette L. Cummings Arendt Yvette Cummings Arendt states: “My studio practice thematically explores child abuse, adolescence and maternal struggles. My abuse happened as a child; now as the mother of three young girls I confront these memories from multiple perspectives. The work presents a moment of transition between the abuses of the past, the joys and ...

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  • Joust New Venture Competition - Application Workshop

    Student Union: The Blackstone LaunchPad

    The Joust New Venture Competition celebrates the entrepreneurial efforts of student starters across our campus, introduces them to community leaders, and provides key resources to help launch their ventures. The top four ventures will earn up to $75,000 in cash and essential business services provided by some of our regions most forward-thinking sponsors and donors. This event brings together big ...

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  • Peer to Peer Workshop: Engaging in Academic Experiences and Preparing for Graduate School (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Colbourn Hall: 201

    It’s time to connect what’s now to what’s next! Brought to you by iACE peer mentors, this workshop will provide you the opportunity to learn about research, study abroad, internships, and graduate school preparation. https://dtl.ucf.edu/iace/ Prefer to schedule an appointment with a peer mentor? Schedule one here: https://calendly.com/iacepeeradvising

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  • Al-Anon: Serenity Now (Recurring Event)

    Research Pavilion

    This meeting is held every Monday (unless otherwise noted on the UCF calendar) from 7pm to 8pm at thePoint @ UCF in Research Park: SUITE 135, 12424 Research Pkwy #250, Orlando, FL. The Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength and hope in order to solve their common problems. We ...

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  • Reading and Q&A with novelist Anna Levi

    John T. Washington Center: Barnes & Noble, UCF Bookstore

    Trinidadian-Grenadian writer Anna Levi's debut novel, Madinah Girl, received special mention in the 2016 OCM Bocas Prize for Caribbean Literature. She teaches creative writing in Grenada and is completing her second novel. This reading and Q&A is presented by the English Department and is co-sponsored by the College of Arts and Humanities, the Burnett Honors College, Women's and Gender Studies, ...

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