CHPS News

Social Work

Intersectionality and Disability: A Conversation with Reshawna Chapple, PhD, LCSW

Written By: Sara Turner | April 12, 2023
University of Michigan’s Center for Disability Health and Wellness spoke with UCF School of Social Work Assistant Professor Reshawna Chapple on her research as co-director...
Research

UCF Supports Autism Community With Resources, Research

Written By: Rachel Williams ’15 ’20MA | April 12, 2023
UCF faculty conduct cutting-edge research on autism spectrum disorder, discovering innovative ways to better support this community. Through free camps and programs, Central Florida families...
Health Sciences

Fruits & Veggies: What’s the sweet spot of serving sizes?

Written By: Marsha Lewis, Ivanhoe Newswire | April 11, 2023
Most people don’t eat enough fruits and vegetables each day to best support their health, and some of that might stem from serving size guidelines...
Physical Therapy

Residency Graduate Hammad Recognized with Early Career Professional Award

Written By: UCF and OH Neurologic Residency | April 5, 2023
UCF and Orlando Health Neurologic Residency graduate and UCF alumni Uzair “Z” Hammad, PT, DPT, was recognized by the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy (ANPT)...
Dean's Office

Hoffman Inducted as Distinguished Fellow of the National Academies of Practice

Written By: Heather Lovett | April 3, 2023
Associate Dean Bari Hoffman has been elected as a Distinguished Fellow of the National Academies of Practice (NAP) in speech-language pathology, an alliance of professionals...
Dean's Office

National Academies of Practice Honors CHPS Founding Dean Ingersoll as Distinguished Fellow

Written By: CHPS Staff | April 3, 2023
UCF College of Health Professions and Sciences’ (CHPS) Founding Dean Christopher D. Ingersoll has been inducted as a Distinguished Fellow into the National Academies of...
Health Sciences

Greens Gone Bad: The Dark Side of Drinking Veggies

Written By: Ivanhoe Broadcast News | April 1, 2023
Green juices have taken the media by storm. However, they contain high thallium, goitrogen, and oxalate content. These can cause kidney stones. Store bought juices...
Dean's Office

Awardees Announced for 2023 Founders’ Day Faculty Honors Celebration

Written By: Joe Adams | March 31, 2023
UCF’s annual marquee event for faculty on April 5 highlights outstanding teaching, advising, mentoring, research, professional service and librarianship.
Communication Sciences and Disorders

Meet UCF’s 4 Pegasus Professors for 2023

Written By: Robert Stephens | March 30, 2023
Stephen Fiore, Jane Gibson, Jennifer Kent-Walsh and Marianna Pensky are the newest recipients of the university’s highest faculty honor.
Athletic Training

More Than Fun and Games

Written By: Robert Stephens | March 29, 2023
This UCF alum fills the very real (and misunderstood) need for professional esports players to stay physically and mentally fit.

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