Student Spotlight

Graduation Spotlight: Sydney Martinez, Health Sciences

Written By: Lasha Markham | December 13, 2023
Meet Sydney Martinez. Born and raised in Orlando, she grew up living only two minutes away from campus, which she says made UCF feel like...
Student Spotlight

Graduation Spotlight: John Pinette, Kinesiology

Written By: Lasha Markham | December 12, 2023
Meet John Pinette. He coached CrossFit in his free time as a first-year engineering student and found he has a passion for movement and fitness....
Center for Autism and Related Disabilities

Orlando dad helps people with autism enjoy Orlando Magic games

Written By: Caroline Catherman | December 12, 2023
Jason Eichenholz wants his son, Jonathan, to be able to enjoy a live basketball game just like anyone else. But when the pair attended a...
Health Sciences

Students Showcase Research at Annual Health Sciences Symposium

Written By: Paul Kelly | December 11, 2023
The Department of Health Sciences Undergraduate Research Symposium showcases undergraduate research proposals produced by students enrolled in HSC4730 Applied Health Research Methods. The event features...
Student Spotlight

Graduation Spotlight: Kayla Neher, Communication Sciences and Disorders

Written By: Lasha Markham | December 11, 2023
Meet Kayla Neher ‘21. She is a soon-to-be two-time UCF alumna. First, a Bachelor of Science in communication sciences and disorders and this time with...
Physical Therapy

Residency Faculty and Resident’s Research Posters Presented at FPTA State Conference

Written By: David Janosik | December 10, 2023
The research projects of residency faculty and previous residents were on full display at the Florida Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference and Assembly of Representatives...
Student Spotlight

Graduation Spotlight: Bethany Bradshaw, Kinesiology

Written By: Lasha Markham | December 10, 2023
Meet Bethany Bradshaw. The Order of Pegasus recipient is graduating with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology with hopes of becoming a physical therapist one day....
Communication Sciences and Disorders

Mighty Knights Program Helps Children with Complex Communication and Motor Needs

Written By: Stella Canfield and Heather Lovett | December 8, 2023
Speech-language pathologist and Assistant Professor Julie Feuerstein and pediatric physical therapist and Clinical Associate Professor Jennifer Tucker share a passion for improving clinical care and the...
Physical Therapy

Knight Life @UCFCHPS Spotlights DPT Student Service to the Community

Written By: Paul Kelly | December 1, 2023
Doctor of Physical Therapy student Lily Rubio discovered her passion for community service through the DPT program at UCF, which encourages students to perform volunteer...
Social Work

Social Work Researcher Uses GIS to Map Neighborhood Impact on Mental Health and Access to Care

Written By: Lasha Markham | November 15, 2023
Kenan Sualp ‘15MSW, ‘21PhD is a very familiar face in the classroom. He’s been teaching social work classes at UCF for eight years, earning two...

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