To help minimize the spread of COVID-19, some events are being offered virtually, and in-person events have additional safety requirements.

If you have questions about what’s open around campus, please check out this regularly updated guide.

Join us for workshops, lectures, conferences and more.

Wednesday, March 10, 2021

  • Spring e-Led Talk

    Virtual

    This will be a platform where researchers from each department can discuss their research and its relevance in the post-pandemic. These presentations will highlight the social impact of their investigation and its direct benefit for Orlando and its neighboring communities. The expectation of this forum is that it will promote collaboration between the College of Community Innovation ad Education and …

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  • Matters of Diversity with Dr. B (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    Matters of Diversity with Dr. B. University of Central Florida's Office of Diversity and Inclusion has created a Diversity Dialogues Series designed to highlight equity issues as they relate to the University of Central Florida community. The episodes will be broadcast live via YouTube on Wednesdays from 3:00-4:00 p.m. and Fridays from 1:00-2:00 p.m. weekly. Find us on Spotify or …

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  • Using Dialogic Reading to Promote Emergent Literacy and SEL

    Virtual

    Join us for Using Dialogic Reading to Promote Emergent Literacy and SEL, as part of UCF's Literacy Symposium Express series. To support the needs of PreK-12 educators during this unprecedented time, the UCF Literacy Symposium is offering an Express virtual event on Literacy Engagement and Socio-Emotional Learning for educators, parents, literacy friends, and advocates. This series of timely, live, interactive, …

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  • KnightED Talks Workshops: Teaching During a Pandemic

    Virtual

    Join us for this KnightED Talks workshop Teaching During a Pandemic with Lee-Anne Spalding and recent graduates who will share reflections on accepting jobs and teaching during these unprecedented times! KnightED Talks workshops, offered throughout the fall and spring semesters, provide teacher candidates with regular professional learning on topics of relevance to the teaching profession. The workshops, which are an …

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