Physical Therapy

Longwood boy with rare disorder gets new ride for 4th birthday thanks to UCF program

Written By: WESH | April 27, 2021
WESH 2’s Matt Lupoli explains, thanks to some local engineering students, he’s getting around, and having fun doing I Matt: a kid and his very...
Physical Therapy

Incoming Physical Therapy Student Receives RAMP Fellowship

Written By: Drexler B. James '13 | April 26, 2021
Juan Rodriguez, an incoming physical therapy student, has recently been granted the UCF Graduate RAMP Fellowship.  The UCF Graduate RAMP Fellowship provides financial support to...
Social Work

UCF Alumna Sharon Dietsche Advocates for Policy Changes as a Practicing Social Worker

Written By: UCF School of Social Work | April 26, 2021
When Sharon Dietsche ’94 ‘97MSW first started her academic journey, she did not know that selecting social work as a major would eventually lead her...
Dean's Office

138 Faculty Promoted Across the University

Written By: ALLISON HURTADO ’12 | April 26, 2021
UCF promoted 27 faculty members to professor this year. After going through a rigorous evaluation process, 138 UCF faculty have been promoted and 45 have...
Physical Therapy

DPT Students Increase Dissemination of Research Through Peer-Reviewed National Presentations

Written By: Megan Pabian | April 23, 2021
Students in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program have steadily increased the dissemination of their unique research that is completed as part of their requirements...

LIFE Scholarship Helps Ignite Student Involvement In Research Studying the Elderly

Written By: Camille Dolan '98 | April 23, 2021
Need an extra $1,000 for school? If so, UCF’s Learning Institute for Elders might be able to help. The nonprofit organization established a new scholarship for undergraduate...
Communication Sciences and Disorders

Why Autism Awareness Alone Isn’t Enough

Written By: TERRI DALY | April 21, 2021
Autism acceptance is the goal for the UCF Center for Autism and Related Disabilities and the 16,000 individuals with autism spectrum disorders they work to...

UCF muscle research needed to help send astronauts to Mars

Written By: Spectrum 13 | April 18, 2021
It is been more than a month since NASA’s Perseverance landed on Mars, the rover safely touching down sparking interest in many around the world for...
Dean's Office

Celebrating Our Employees of the Year

Written By: Megan Pabian | April 16, 2021
Two staff members were awarded Employee of the Year for the College of Health Professions and Sciences for the 2020-21 academic year: David Janosik and...
Communication Sciences and Disorders

UCF Class Spotlight: Introduction to American Sign Language

Written By: NICOLE DUDENHOEFER ’17 | April 15, 2021
In honor of today’s National American Sign Language Day here’s a look at a course — plus an instructional video — that teaches students about...

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