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.

Upcoming Events

  • KnightED Talks Workshops: How to Build Your Classroom Library

    Virtual

    Join us for this KnightED Talks workshop How to Build Your Classroom Library (on-demand / previously recorded). 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 hour long, are conducted by university faculty and K-12 educators who have expertise …

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  • Racial Justice Speaker Series: Protests, Police and Public Safety

    Virtual

    Join us to hear from Dr. Rod K. Brunson, professor of public life in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Northeastern University, as a part of the Racial Justice Speaker Series hosted by the UCF Department of Criminal Justice. Dr. Brunson’s expertise centers on police-minority community relations, youth violence and evidence-based criminal justice policy. He has consistently called …

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  • Spring 2021 Internship Midpoint Paperwork Due

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    All internship midpoint paperwork must be completed by 5:00pm

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  • Online Info Session: Research Administration Graduate Programs

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    Are you a research administration professional looking to take the next steps in your career? Have you considered a graduate degree in research administration? UCF offers a graduate degree and graduate certificate in research administration. The fully online program focuses on cutting-edge research administration techniques and emphasizes a curriculum that can be designed to suit your specific needs. Learn more …

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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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  • Criminal Justice and Public Service Conference

    Virtual

    Join us for the fifth annual Criminal Justice and Public Service Conference hosted by the Lambda Alpha Epsilon student organization for interactive agency panels and speakers. The conference will offer a virtual space for UCF and surrounding-area students to seek employment, internships and volunteer opportunities with various local, state and federal agencies that attend. Learn more and register at one …

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  • KnightED Talks Workshops: Restorative Practices for Teachers

    Virtual

    Join us for this KnightED Talks workshop Restorative Practices for Teachers (on-demand / previously recorded). 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 hour long, are conducted by university faculty and K-12 educators who have expertise in areas …

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  • PARC Pre-Conference Student Workshop with Dr. Donald Moynihan “Observations of Public Administration and Governance during the Trump Administration”

    Virtual

    Dr. Moynihan discusses public administration within the Federal Executive Branch and how the outgoing Trump administration navigated governance, policy execution, management protocols, throughout their term in office. He also discusses the environment left in the Trump Administration’s wake and what the future of governance, policy execution and oversight, and management calls for given the erosion of norms and the minimized …

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  • Spring 2021 CPNM Eminent Scholar Lecture Series featuring Donald Moynihan, Ph.D.

    Virtual

    Eminent Scholar Lecture: “Behavioral Public Performance: How People Make Sense of Government Metrics” On Thursday, March 18th, 2021, Donald Moynihan, Ph.D. will be presenting as the 2020 Fall Eminent Scholar for the Center for Public and Nonprofit Management’s fall lecture event. His discussion will consider an unfolding revolution that is occurring in the measurement and reporting of government performance through …

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  • KnightED Talks Workshops: Giving Students a Voice with Communication Boards

    Virtual

    Join us for this KnightED Talks workshop Giving Students a Voice with Communication Boards (on-demand / previously recorded). 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 hour long, are conducted by university faculty and K-12 educators who have …

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  • 2021 Public Administration Research Conference: Public Service in Times of Uncertainty

    Virtual

    The theme, “Public Service in Times of Uncertainty: Upholding our Ideals of Justice, Inclusion, and Public Purpose,” focuses on important and timely public administration and policy issues. Donald Moynihan, Ph.D., the inaugural McCourt Chair at the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University, presents the keynote address. Moynihan’s research examines how to improve how government work for their constituents. …

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  • Online Info Session: Urban & Regional Planning Graduate Programs

    Virtual

    Join program director, Dr. Luis Santiago, for a virtual conversation on the Master of Urban & Regional Planning program. Urban and regional planning, is a rapidly growing field, particularly in areas similar to Central Florida, as new businesses and residents continue relocate to the area. The program offers courses in the evening to accommodate the schedules of working professionals. In …

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  • KnightED Talks Workshops: "Teaching with Tech, What 1:1 Really Is"

    Virtual

    Join us for this KnightED Talks workshop "Teaching with Tech, What 1:1 Really Is" with Courtney Wagner and Nicole Lopez. 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 hour long, are conducted by university faculty and K-12 educators …

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  • Getting to the Heart of the Matter: Integrating SEL into Literacy Instruction

    Virtual

    Join us for Getting to the Heart of the Matter: Integrating SEL into Literacy Instruction, 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 …

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  • KnightED Talks Workshops: Last Stop on Market Street! ESOL/LIT

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    Join us for this KnightED Talks workshop Last Stop on Market Street! ESOL/LIT with faculty Lee-Anne Spalding. 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 hour long, are conducted by university faculty and K-12 educators who have expertise …

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  • Spring 2021 Internship II/Graduate & Alumni Education Career Fair

    Virtual

    Dress professionally and have copies of your resume, as you will have the ability to meet and introduce yourself to many representatives from school districts all across Florida. We also invite any Alumnis to join us for this event.

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  • KnightED Talks Workshops: PLCs and Collaborative Teams

    Virtual

    Join us for this KnightED Talks workshop PLCs and Collaborative Teams with Claire Steele. Participants will engage in the work of a collaborative team. They will focus on how colleagues interact and support each other so that all teachers and students reach their highest potential. KnightED Talks workshops, offered throughout the fall and spring semesters, provide teacher candidates with regular …

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  • KnightED Talks Workshops: Florida Teacher Certification and Next Steps

    Virtual

    Join us for this KnightED Talks workshop Florida Teacher Certification and Next Steps with Bonnie Toffoli from Orange County Public Schools. 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 hour long, are conducted by university faculty and K-12 …

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  • Spring 2021 Secondary Education Internship I Seminar

    Virtual

    All Spring 2021 Intern I Secondary Education students will attend the Virtual Internship I Seminar. You are excused from your internship to attend this seminar. Please make sure to inform your supervising teacher, ahead of time, that you will be attending the seminar. Professional dress is required. A virtual invitation will be sent to you via your knights email.

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  • Spring 2021 Elementary Education Internship I Seminar

    Virtual

    All Spring 2021 Intern I Elementary Education students will attend the Virtual Internship I Seminar from 9:00 am to 3:00pm Professional dress required. A virtual invitation will be sent to you via your knights email.

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  • KnightED Talks Workshops: Classroom Management - Day 1: A Model for Clarifying Expectations

    Virtual

    Join us for this KnightED Talks workshop Classroom Management - Day 1: A Model for Clarifying Expectations with Lynnette Thorstensen from Brevard County Public Schools. 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 hour long, are conducted by …

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  • KnightED Talks Workshops: Classroom Management Day 2 - Improving Ratios of Interactions with Students

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    Join us for this KnightED Talks workshop Classroom Management Day 2 - Improving Ratios of Interactions with Students with Lynnette Thorstensen from Brevard County Public Schools. 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 hour long, are conducted …

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  • Spring 2021 Elementary Education Internship I - Full Week of Internship

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    All Spring 2021 Elementary Education Internship I students will attend their second placement for a full week (Monday - Friday).

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