Events in the College of Arts and Humanities

Monday, March 28, 2022

  • Spring 2022 BFA Exhibition I (Recurring Event)

    VAB: UCF Art Gallery

    Spring 2022 BFA Exhibition I provides the opportunity for senior undergraduate students majoring in book arts, ceramics, drawing, illustration, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture to share their research and artistic practice. Exhibition Dates: March 24 - April 7, 2022 Opening Reception: Thursday, March 24 from 5-7 p.m. Register HereNeed help registering? Contact the UCF Box Office: 407.823.1500 Additional programming and virtual exhibition links …

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  • Italian language chat (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Colbourn Hall: 358B

    Come to the Italian language chat to improve your Italian communication skills and meet new friends. This activity is for students who want to improve their Italian skills, and native speakers are welcome. It is offered every Monday in Trevor Colbourn Hall, room 358B.

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  • University Writing Center Drafting Lab Open Hours (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Colbourn Hall 109: Trevor Colbourn Hall 109

    Getting started on a writing assignment, and don’t know where to begin? The Drafting Lab can help! No appointments are 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!

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  • Brown Bag Lunch with Pauley Lecture Speaker John Price

    Trevor Colburn Hall: Conference Room 351

    UCF History Department, in partnership with Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society, is pleased to host a Brown Bag Lunch with author John R. Price. This is a great opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students to talk with and ask questions of a prominent author in a casual setting. Bring a lunch and drinks will be provided. RSVP …

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  • Annual Pauley Lecture Series on Global Affairs - “Richard Nixon Was the Last Liberal Republican President. Counterintuitive? Maybe. Accurate? Yes."

    MIRC and Virtual

    Richard Nixon was the eager and willing continuation, even dramatic expansion of the moderate or liberal trajectory of the Republican Party under the leadership of Gov. Thomas Dewey of New York, and then President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Upon his election as president, Nixon proposed or achieved sweeping social policies that would have secured the safety net under Americans living at …

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