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Have an “Ah-Ha!” moment with the UCF College of Arts and Humanities this summer!
In a series of short presentations and Q&A sessions, faculty members share pieces of their research findings and teaching methods to provide session participants with new insights into the arts and humanities. Every session will include at least one “Ah-ha!” moment and one actionable take-away. The presentations will be 30 minutes, with 15 minutes for Q&A.
The UCF Center for Ethics aims to cultivate an institutional culture of ethical literacy, including a unified and ongoing conversation about ethics and a habit of practical application around ethics in research, teaching and partnerships. The co-directors will talk about their current work and how they are helping researchers “Do Well. Be Better.”
REGISTER IN ADVANCE! Registration and login to Zoom required.
Unable to attend? A link to the presentation will be posted here after the event.