Lecturers spoke about the university’s newest campus and its three-pronged partnership between UCF, the City of Orlando and Valencia College.
UCF's School of Publication Administration will offer two new academic programs this fall -- a nonprofit management major and a public budgeting and finance graduate certificate.
Associate Professor Staci Zavattaro was one of 31 women faculty who were interviewed by the Center for Success of Women Faculty for Women's History Month.
The event will take place from 8-11 a.m. on April 3 at the Barbara Ying Center, Room 101.
Brittany Haupt will receive a year-long mentorship with a practitioner or scholar.
Three faculty members from the School of Public Administration have been accepted into the College of Health and Public Affairs’ 2017 Faculty Research Fellowship Program.
With April 18 just a few weeks away, that means most people have only one thing on their minds: Taxes.
Bill recently shared with us some of his memories about UCF and what he is doing now in his role as Orange County Supervisor of Elections.
Wendell C. Lawther was the third public administration faculty member hired at UCF. He is set to retire at the end of the summer.
At the 2017 Alliance Management/Leadership Institute, nonprofit management students learned to innovate their careers while elevating their resumes.
UCF was one of two universities to make the list.
Deborah Carroll joins the CPNM from the University of Georgia.
The mood is somber throughout the college following the deaths of alumni Master Sgt. Debra Clayton, ’98, ’02, of the Orlando Police Department, and Orange County Deputy First Class Norman Lewis, ’04, on Jan. 9, 2017.
Two local law enforcement officers who were graduates of the College of Health and Public Affairs died in the line of duty.
The forthcoming series will focus on "Rethinking University and Community Policy Connections."
Students from the urban and regional planning program attended the Regional Affordable Housing Summit in Orlando.