• Transient Enrollment Workshop (Recurring Event)

    Teaching Academy: 301

    Planning to take courses back home during the summer? Learn about the process to enroll in courses at another institution and ensure the courses transfer back to UCF. We will cover both the online process for Florida public institutions and the paper process for private or out-of-state institutions. FTIC students are eligible to receive 1000 LINK points.

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  • 18th Annual Spanish Graduate Colloquium

    Student Union Pegasus Ballroom

    You are invited to join us for the 18th Annual Spanish Graduate Colloquium. Come celebrate the Spanish language and culture, with guest speakers Dean Dr. José Fernández, and Dra. Sarah Sierra. Topics include the Peninsular Literature, and Spanish American Literature Linguistic. Location: UCF Student Union Pegasus BallroomDate: February 22, 2018, from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm #COLOQUIO2018

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  • FIRE (Focused Inquiry and Research Experience) Conference

    UCF College of Medicine

    Join us for the 9th Annual Medical Student Research Conference on Thursday Feb 22, 2018 at the UCF College of Medicine. All second-year medical students will be presenting their research projects at this conference as part of the “Focused Inquiry & Research Experience” (“FIRE”) Module. There will be a full day of poster and oral presentations culminating in a plenary ...

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  • Seminar Series Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology (Recurring Event)

    PSY 301Q: 301Q

    Competitive Meditation: A Game-Based Mindfulness Approach to Reducing Anxiety in Students Paul Barclay, M.A. Abstract: Mindfulness is generally defined by paying attention in a certain way: present-centered, purposeful, and non-judgmentally. Training to improve mindfulness has seen a rise in popularity and applicability in recent years across a variety of medical, clinical, and non-clinical settings. As a skill, mindfulness is generally ...

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  • James Weldon Johnson Lecture Series

    Student Union: Key West Ballroom (Room 218)

    Each semester, the Africana Studies Program presents a series of lectures covering a variety of topics relevant to Africana studies.

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  • Transient Enrollment Workshop (Recurring Event)

    Teaching Academy: 301

    Planning to take courses back home during the summer? Learn about the process to enroll in courses at another institution and ensure the courses transfer back to UCF. We will cover both the online process for Florida public institutions and the paper process for private or out-of-state institutions. FTIC students are eligible to receive 1000 LINK points.

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  • Seminar Series Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology (Recurring Event)

    PSY 301Q: 301Q

    Competitive Meditation: A Game-Based Mindfulness Approach to Reducing Anxiety in Students Paul Barclay, M.A. Abstract: Mindfulness is generally defined by paying attention in a certain way: present-centered, purposeful, and non-judgmentally. Training to improve mindfulness has seen a rise in popularity and applicability in recent years across a variety of medical, clinical, and non-clinical settings. As a skill, mindfulness is generally ...

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  • Plagiarism & Citations Workshop (Recurring Event)

    John C. Hitt Library: 235C

    This librarian led workshop will teach you how to: avoid plagiarism correctly use citations

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  • Lifting the Veil: Tuskegee Archives and Digitization

    Graduate Student Center: Colbourn Hall, Suite 146

    Join us for a guest lecture given by Dr. Dana Chandler. Dr. Chandler worked in a variety of capacities within both the private and public sectors. A trained surveyor, civil engineer and project manager, he has helped to design and build projects throughout the South and nation. In later years, Chandler worked specifically with corporations seeking to start up recycling ...

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  • Seminar Series Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology (Recurring Event)

    PSY 301Q: 301Q

    Competitive Meditation: A Game-Based Mindfulness Approach to Reducing Anxiety in Students Paul Barclay, M.A. Abstract: Mindfulness is generally defined by paying attention in a certain way: present-centered, purposeful, and non-judgmentally. Training to improve mindfulness has seen a rise in popularity and applicability in recent years across a variety of medical, clinical, and non-clinical settings. As a skill, mindfulness is generally ...

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  • Seminar Series Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology (Recurring Event)

    PSY 301Q: 301Q

    Competitive Meditation: A Game-Based Mindfulness Approach to Reducing Anxiety in Students Paul Barclay, M.A. Abstract: Mindfulness is generally defined by paying attention in a certain way: present-centered, purposeful, and non-judgmentally. Training to improve mindfulness has seen a rise in popularity and applicability in recent years across a variety of medical, clinical, and non-clinical settings. As a skill, mindfulness is generally ...

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  • Seminar Series Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology (Recurring Event)

    PSY 301Q: 301Q

    Competitive Meditation: A Game-Based Mindfulness Approach to Reducing Anxiety in Students Paul Barclay, M.A. Abstract: Mindfulness is generally defined by paying attention in a certain way: present-centered, purposeful, and non-judgmentally. Training to improve mindfulness has seen a rise in popularity and applicability in recent years across a variety of medical, clinical, and non-clinical settings. As a skill, mindfulness is generally ...

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  • James Weldon Johnson Lecture Series

    Student Union: Key West Ballroom (Room 218)

    Each semester, the Africana Studies Program presents a series of lectures covering a variety of topics relevant to Africana studies.

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  • Seminar Series Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology (Recurring Event)

    PSY 301Q: 301Q

    Competitive Meditation: A Game-Based Mindfulness Approach to Reducing Anxiety in Students Paul Barclay, M.A. Abstract: Mindfulness is generally defined by paying attention in a certain way: present-centered, purposeful, and non-judgmentally. Training to improve mindfulness has seen a rise in popularity and applicability in recent years across a variety of medical, clinical, and non-clinical settings. As a skill, mindfulness is generally ...

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  • Honors in the Major Information Session (Research Week)

    The Burnett Honors College: BHC 130

    Ready to undertake original and independent work in your major? Come learn more about out eligibility requirements, program benefits, and the steps to complete an Honors in the Major thesis/creative project! In this program, students research, write, and defend an original thesis/creative project that is published through the university library. Open to all undergraduate UCF students. Learn more at: honors.ucf.edu/research/

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  • Founders' Day Honors Convocation

    Student Union: Pegasus Ballroom

    Please join us in celebrating faculty who have demonstrated excellence in service to our students and the university at this year's Founders' Day Honors Convocation from 3-5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 4, in the Pegasus Ballroom of the Student Union. Doors open at 2:30 p.m. This annual convocation recognizes faculty members for outstanding teaching, advising, research, professional service, librarianship, and ...

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  • Seminar Series Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology (Recurring Event)

    PSY 301Q: 301Q

    Competitive Meditation: A Game-Based Mindfulness Approach to Reducing Anxiety in Students Paul Barclay, M.A. Abstract: Mindfulness is generally defined by paying attention in a certain way: present-centered, purposeful, and non-judgmentally. Training to improve mindfulness has seen a rise in popularity and applicability in recent years across a variety of medical, clinical, and non-clinical settings. As a skill, mindfulness is generally ...

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  • Seminar Series Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology (Recurring Event)

    PSY 301Q: 301Q

    Competitive Meditation: A Game-Based Mindfulness Approach to Reducing Anxiety in Students Paul Barclay, M.A. Abstract: Mindfulness is generally defined by paying attention in a certain way: present-centered, purposeful, and non-judgmentally. Training to improve mindfulness has seen a rise in popularity and applicability in recent years across a variety of medical, clinical, and non-clinical settings. As a skill, mindfulness is generally ...

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