• Join the Fun: Engineers Week 2020

    Harris Corporation Engineering Center

    Love your smart phone, driving a car, watching TV, online shopping, electricity, clean water, to name a few? If so, thank an engineer! Join the UCF College of Engineering and Computer Science as we celebrate Engineers Week – Monday, Feb. 17 to Friday Feb. 21 – with a variety of free events on UCF's main campus to showcase that just ...

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  • LGBTQ+ Domestic Violence Awareness

    Student Union: Garden Key Meeting Room (Room 221)

    Join us as we discuss and bring awareness to domestic violence within the LGBTQ+ community.

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  • Interfaith Dialogue

    '63 South Dining Hall

    As a community of more than 68,000+ students, we are a campus of diverse thoughts, knowledge, and beliefs. Join Social Justice and Advocacy for an Interfaith Dialogue where students, faculty, and staff will gather over a meal to share knowledge, experience, and learn from one another. It is our hope by providing space and place for interfaith dialogue it will ...

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  • Help Us Help You: What do you need from UCF Faculty Excellence?

    Classroom Building 1: 205

    The purpose of this session is to provide faculty with an opportunity to give feedback on their professional development at UCF and offer suggestions on what Faculty Excellence can do to improve their work lives. RSVP

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  • Community Conversation: Air Quality in Your Neighborhood (Recurring Event)

    UCF Downtown: DPAC 106A

    A team of UCF researchers, including SPA faculty Kelly Stevens and Thomas Bryer, are seeking neighborhood participants for a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded project to install air quality sensors in downtown Orlando over the next 2-3 years. This meeting will be a meet-and-greet with the research team and local air quality experts to learn more about the project and ...

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  • Community Conversation: Air Quality in Your Neighborhood (Recurring Event)

    UCF Downtown: DPAC 106A

    A team of UCF researchers, including SPA faculty Kelly Stevens and Thomas Bryer, are seeking neighborhood participants for a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded project to install air quality sensors in downtown Orlando over the next 2-3 years. This meeting will be a meet-and-greet with the research team and local air quality experts to learn more about the project and ...

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