Thursday, February 24, 2022

  • The Role of Emotions in Facing Climate Change

    Virtual

    This talk is part of Ethically Speaking: A UCF Interdisciplinary Series on Contemporary Moral Issues.  Dr. Sarah Jaquette Ray discusses her book, A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety: How to Keep Your Cool on a Warming Planet. The book threads together different aspects of the environmental humanities, including social movement theory, environmental justice, climate psychology, mindfulness, and affect theory, to outline strategies …

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  • FTCE Mathematics workshop 3

    Virtual

    Competency 2—Knowledge of geometry and measurement Identify and classify simple two- and three-dimensional figures according to their mathematical properties. Solve problems involving ratio and proportion (e.g., scaled drawings, models, real-world scenarios). Determine an appropriate measurement unit and form (e.g., scientific notation) for real-world problems involving length, area, volume, or mass. Solve real-world measurement problems including fundamental units (e.g., length, mass, …

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  • Master of Social Work - Info Mixer (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    Overall employment of social workers is projected to increase in the upcoming years. Earning an MSW opens up endless career opportunities in areas like mental health, policy analysis & more! Virtually join faculty and staff from the School of Social Work to learn more about the UCF's Social Work MSW campus-based track.  January 27 (11 a.m. to noon EST) Registration Link: https://applynow.graduate.ucf.edu/register/mswt12722 …

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  • Being Seen: Navigating Your Identity with an Invisible Disability

    Virtual

    This workshop will identify challenges faced by individuals with a recent or long-standing disability that is not visible to an outsider. Attendees will learn coping strategies to deal with discrimination, gain skills for self-advocacy and seeking support, and identify factors to consider in the choice to disclose or not disclose. Join in at bit.ly/CAPSWOW. This workshop is part of the …

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  • Identify Theft and Scams

    Virtual

    Just when you think you have your privacy and financial life protected, scammers & thieves get creative to stay a step ahead. Become a savvier Knight with Student Legal Services by joining us for a livestream on YouTube. Learn how to preemptively take steps to protect your identity, spot the red flags of a scam and steps to do if …

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  • Graduate Weekly Writing Group (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Colbourn Hall 109: Trevor Colbourn Hall 109

    The Unversity Writing Center invites graduate students to a weekly write-in group. This is a dedicated time for graduate students to focus on writing assignments, dissertations, research or other projects. This is an in-person event held in Trevor Colbourn Hall 109. Participants should come at the start of the event, and stay the entire time.

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  • So you want to be on LSA?

    LEAD Lounge: Ferrell Commons 7E Ste 165

    Come meet some directors for the LEAD Students' Association, and learn how you can potentially be a part of it!

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  • IGNITE: Meta

    Virtual

    IGNITE (Impact, Grow, Network, Innovate, Translate and Educate in STEM) is a collaborative program with UCF Career Services and Experiential Learning that offers students informational, technical and professional development sessions with the world’s leading industries in engineering and computer science.

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  • Guest Artist Recital: Chris Dingman, Percussion

    Rehearsal Hall: Auditorium

    Guest artist recital featuring Chris Dingman. Free admission, no ticket required.

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  • University Writing Center Book Club: Kiley Reid's Such a Fun Age

    Virtual

    In support of Kiley Reid's novel Such a Fun Age, the University Writing Center will be hosting a virtual book club discussion, held through Zoom.  Students, faculty, alumni and friends of the community are welcome.

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  • Fabulation, or the Re-Education of Undine (Recurring Event)

    Theatre UCF: Black Box: TH 6

    Undine Barnes Calles, a successful African American publicist, sees her fabulous life at the top of an agency in New York City begin to crumble before her very eyes as she faces a series of unfortunate events, from a money-embezzling husband to an unexpected pregnancy. Undine is suddenly standing on the edge of complete financial and social ruin, and is left with only …

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