• The Hows and Whys of Amo's Critique of Descartes

    PSY 226: Psychology Building Room 226

    As part of our colloquium series, USF Ph.D. Candidate and Mellon Research Insitute Fellow, Dwight Lewis will be delivering a talk. We invite you to join us for this meaningful, thoughtful, and insightful chat! Abstract: Anton Wilhelm Amo (c. 1700 – c. 1750) – born in West Africa, enslaved, and then gifted to the Duke of Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel – became the ...

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  • AMOLED Display Evolution, What is the Final Destination?

    CREOL: CROL-103

    NanoScience Technology Center CREOL, The College of Optics and Photonics DISTINGUISHED SEMINAR SERIES AMOLED Display Evolution, What is the Final Destination? Ho-Kyoon (H.K.) Chung, Ph.D. SKKU Advanced Institute of Nanoscience & Technology Sungkyunkwan University Suwon, Gyeonggi-do, Republic of Korea Abstract: Information display has been evolving from CRT television, bulky and heavy, to flat panel display, thin, light-weight, and flexible. This ...

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  • Regulating Neonatal Immunity By Commensal Bacterium, P.UF1, Against Intestinal Infection

    UCF Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences (Lake Nona): 103

    UCF Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series Speaker: Dr. Mansour Mohamadzadeh, Director of the Center for Inflammation & Mucosal Immunology Department of Infectious Diseases & Immunology, UF Faculty Host: Dr. Alicja Copik Location: BBS 103 (Lake Nona), simulcast to HPA2 Rm 345

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  • Art History Lecture Series: Feminism and the Guerilla Girls

    Visual Arts Building: 117

    Art History Lecture Series: Feminism and the Guerilla GirlsPresented by: Dr. Ilenia Colón Mendoza The Guerilla Girls came onto the art scene in 1985. These anonymous artists wear gorilla masks whileadvocating for gender and racial equity. We will discuss how their work can be used to inspire feminist activism and civic engagement at a local level. Students will be able ...

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  • MAE Seminar Series: NANO - Embark on an Adventure

    ENG II: Room 103

    Join the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering for its next seminar, featuring Nora Savage of the National Science Foundation. She will discuss the wonders of nanotechnology in her talk "NANO - Embark on an Adventure." For more information, view the flier.

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  • Interview Seminar - Dr. Joyce Sakamoto

    Biological Sciences: 209

    "Historical Community Dynamics and Perplexing Behavior of Ticks." presented by Dr. Joyce Sakamoto

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  • Taking Advantage of Research Opportunities

    PSY 301Q: 301Q

    Do you want to get involved in research but don’t know how? Join the Multicultural Psychological Student Association this coming Monday to learn about how to get involved in research! We will be having a guest speaker from the office of Academic Advancement Programs talk about the benefits of doing research, how to search and apply for research opportunities, and ...

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  • Electroluminescent Quantum Dots and Photoluminescent Metal Halide Perovskites

    Research 1: Conf.Room 101

    NanoScience Technology Center NANOTECHNOLOGY SEMINAR SERIES Electroluminescent Quantum Dots and Photoluminescent Metal Halide Perovskites Yajie Dong, Ph.D. NanoScience Technology Center Materials Science & Engineering CREOL, The College of Optics & Photonics University of Central Florida Abstract: Through particle size and/or composition control, the emission wavelength of quantum dots (QDs) and metal halide perovskites (MHPs) can be precisely tuned to cover ...

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  • Atheism for Counselors (Counselor Education Talk Series)

    Teaching Academy: 117

    Join us for an open discussion on counseling through the lens of secular identities. Explore how non-religious people might view or experience the practice of counseling, and how you can communicate InterWorldview respect and inclusion in your counseling practice. Speaker: Tee Rogers, Humanist Chaplain, Humanist and Secular Services at UCF. This event is hosted by Counselor Education in the College ...

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  • Be Your Own Boss: Knights Alumni Entrepreneur Panel Discussion

    John C. Hitt Library: 223

    Come to hear from a panel of knights alumni who have successfully started their own businesses or are in the process of founding a company. You’ll learn what it takes to be an entrepreneur. The panel will be followed by a Q&A session, where you’ll have the opportunity to ask our alumni panelists your own questions about entrepreneurship. The event ...

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  • Defending Our Dreams

    Student Union: Cape Florida Ballroom (Room 316CD)

    Defending Our Dreams is an event to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month where there will be dialogue about dreamers. The event will also consist of a LatinX Panel where colorism will be discussed and a Yo Soy LatinX Professional Panel. September 26, 2018 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM Cape Florida Ballroom (SU 316CD) Hosted by: Multicultural Student Center Contact: Pryia Lalchan, ...

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  • One Fish, Two Fish: Weird and Wonderful Adaptations

    Tuscawilla Country Club

    College of Sciences Distinguished Speaker Series Michelle Gaither, Ph.D.Assistant ProfessorUCF Department of Biology Wednesday, September 26, 2018, at 6:00 p.m.Tuscawilla Country Club1500 Winter Springs Blvd.,Winter Springs, FL 32708 One Fish, Two Fish: Weird and Wonderful Adaptations Abstract: There are over 20,000 species of fishes living in the world’s oceans. One of the primary evolutionary questions of our time is how ...

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  • Sales Techniques for Non-Sales People: Everyone Should be Doing It!

    Florida SBDC at UCF

    Sales – just the word sends shivers down some business owner’s spines, yet converting new customers and retaining existing ones is core to business success. Our experts will provide effective sales strategies and tools to help you build a sales process that everyone can implement to start closing sales and driving revenues. Fee: No-Cost Register Now

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  • Read Stricted: The Dilemmas Surrounding Reading, Censorship, & Challenged Books

    John C. Hitt Library: 223

    Banned Books Week is September 23 - 29, 2018. Join UCF Libraries for a discussion about banned books and what books are on the ALAs list of Top 10 Challenged Books in 2017.

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  • Economics Seminar Series

    Business Administration II: Rm: 301

    Dr. Byung-Cheol Kim from the University of Alabama will be visiting the Economics department. The title of his talk is “Privacy and Personal Data Collection with Information.” The Department of Economics Seminar is an informal session serving as an opportunity to invite colleagues from other places to visit UCF and a vehicle to have colleagues here share out their research.

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  • Human Factors & Cognitive Psychology Brown Bag Seminars (Recurring Event)

    Psychology Building: 301Q

    Sep 28th – Christina Frederick Oct 19th – Qiushi Fu Oct 26th – Jennifer Kent-Walsh Nov 9th – Beliz Hazan Nov 16th –Lindsay Conner

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  • MAE Seminar Series: Advanced Sensing and Data Analytics

    ENG II: Room 103

    Join the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering for its next seminar, featuring Robert Gao of Case Western Reserve University. He will discuss advanced sensing methods in the monitoring of the manufacturing process in his talk "Advanced Sensing and Data Analytics for Enhanced Manufacturing Process Monitoring." For more information, view the flier.

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  • 8th Annual Orlando Health Nursing Lecture

    Fairwinds Alumni Center

    Timeline1:30-2 p.m. – Registration 2-4 p.m. – Lecture followed by Q&A4-5 p.m. – Reception SynopsisChristy Dempsey, Press Ganey CNO and a registered nurse, will share the insights and experiences collected over the course of her 30-year career in health care that form the foundation of her recent book, The Antidote to Suffering: How Compassionate Connected Care Can Improve Safety, Quality, ...

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  • UCF Faculty Technology Showcase (Recurring Event)

    Classroom Building I: Room 202 (Faculty Multimedia Center)

    About This Event Gearing up to teach your fall courses? Not sure what digital tools and resources are available for faculty at UCF? Come and join us at the Digital Learning Faculty Technology Showcase! Teams from the Faculty Multimedia Center (FMC) and the Center for Distributed Learning will be showcasing tools and tips such as the Lightboard, Mimio, Camtasia, Materia, ...

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  • Government Contracting: Overview (Recurring Event)

    Florida SBDC at UCF

    Presented by Steven South, FSBDC at UCF Government Contracting Specialist Federal, State, and Local Government procurement is the largest target market in the world. The question is usually not “Does the government buy what you are selling?”...it is more “Can you be competitive enough and relentless enough to position your business to win government contracts?”. If you think you can ...

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  • Poder: The Hispanic Market

    Student Union: Garden Key Meeting Room (Room 221)

    Hernan Tagliani is a leading Hispanic Communications Expert, Business Speaker and Author. He is also a National and International Contributor to The Business Journals and to Forbes Magazine. He will talk about how Latinos are one of the fastest growing and financially influential consumer segments in the United States. He’ll discuss the $1.5 trillion spending power and how Latinos power ...

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  • Art History Lecture Series: Art as an Endangered Species

    Visual Arts Building: 117

    Art History Lecture Series: Art as an Endangered SpeciesPresented by: Dr. Margaret Ann Zaho Daily there are reports of the theft of art objects and destruction of cultural heritage sites. Popular movies such as Rape of Europa have brought attention to the subject, but cultural property crime is not a new phenomenon. This lecture discusses issues of cultural patrimony and ...

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  • Human Factors & Cognitive Psychology Brown Bag Seminars (Recurring Event)

    Psychology Building: 301Q

    Sep 28th – Christina Frederick Oct 19th – Qiushi Fu Oct 26th – Jennifer Kent-Walsh Nov 9th – Beliz Hazan Nov 16th –Lindsay Conner

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  • Subcontracting and Teaming (Recurring Event)

    Florida SBDC at UCF

    Presented by Ed Ramos, Senior Area Manager, U.S. Small Business AdministrationOne of the pathways to success for small businesses pursuing government contracts is to partner with other small or large businesses in order to deliver services to the government. Most commonly, these agreements are in the form of a sub-contract, teaming agreement or joint-venture agreement. There is also the SBA’s ...

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  • Climate Correction: Solutions for Carbon Reduction and Economic Resilience

    UCF Live Oak and Cypress Room Event Center: 4115 Pyxis Ln, Orlando, FL 32816

    Debating the reality of climate change is history.VoLo Foundation, in partnership with the University of Central Florida, invites you to join the real debate - solutions. The inaugural Climate Correction conference will dive into answers, bringing together industry experts to discuss the data, economics, and best practices for mitigating and adapting to climate change. Join us to learn what is ...

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