Monday, September 18, 2023

  • Covering Carbon Exhibition (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    Covering Carbon is an exhibition by Kathleen Thum that explores the complex relationship between humans and fossil fuels. The series of drawings and cut-paper wall installations presented in the exhibition examine the physical, material qualities of coal and oil, aiming to raise awareness of our disconnection and dependence on these resources. Through different visual and conceptual approaches, the exhibition highlights …

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  • Get Started in Undergraduate Research Workshop (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Coulborn Hall 201: TCH 201 and Virtual

    Are you interested in learning more about research? Not sure where to start or how to navigate all the programs available? This workshop will discuss how to expand your academic experience through undergraduate research, including how to get started by finding a faculty mentor.  This session is open to all majors. Have questions? Feel free to contact the Office of Undergraduate …

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  • UCF Celebrates Constitution Day: Slavery and the United States Constitution

    Student Union: Key West Ballroom (Room 218)

    The College of Undergraduate Studies is hosting UCF Celebrates Constitution Day. This year's keynote speaker is Dr. John Sacher, chair of the Department of History. Lunch: 11:30 a.m. Program: 12-1 p.m. Special thanks to UCF's Department of History and UCF Libraries.

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  • Drop-In Drafting Lab (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Colbourn Hall 109: Trevor Colbourn Hall 109

    Starting a writing assignment, and don’t know where to begin? The University Writing Center’s Drop-In Drafting Lab can help! No appointments required — you can drop in during our open hours and: clarify assignment expectations develop a plan brainstorm ideas or just spend time writing!  Any and all writers are welcome! The Drafting Lab will be unavailable on the following …

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  • Filming in “Anywhere, America” : Best and Worst Industry Practices

    Student Union: The Blackstone LaunchPad

    In this discussion, Brooke will educate students on the film permitting system in the four-county region, as well as share why Orlando is referred to as “Anywhere America.” Students will learn about what a film permit is, why they need one and when they need one. They will learn about proper practices and pitfalls that many filmmakers fall in to. …

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  • Adult First Aid, CPR/AED Blended Learning Skills Session (Recurring Event)

    Recreation and Wellness Center Wet Classroom

    About The purpose of the American Red Cross Adult First Aid, CPR/AED class is to help participants recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac and breathing emergencies. Participants in this class will gain the skills to give immediate care to a suddenly ill or injured person until more advanced medical personnel arrive and take over. This class requires an online portion …

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  • Ethically Speaking: Data Ethics for the AI Age: Principles for the Trustworthy Data (Re)Use


    Researchers, data scientists, and AI developers using big, pervasive data about people face a significant challenge: navigating norms and practices for ethical and trustworthy data use. In response, the six‐campus PERVADE project has conducted research with data scientists, data subjects, and regulators, and has discovered two entwined trust problems: participant unawareness of much research, and the relationship of social data …

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