Published August 2013
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Join us for the 2009 Student Research Week, beginning March 30, 2009.
This year’s Fifth Annual Graduate Research Forum had more than 80 poster presentations.
Students and faculty of the Department of Anthropology showcased their ongoing field research at a department Open House as a part of Research Week on Tuesday, April 1.
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Kathryn Windes the Graduate Award of Excellence winner for Outstanding Thesis.
The UCF Sustainability Alliance, a 3-prong Alliance comprised of the Student Faculty and Staff, and Operations Sustainability Alliances, presented on campus sustainability efforts during Research Week.
A panel discussion on “Conservation Issues Affecting Central Florida and Planning for the Future” brought together three key speakers to address conservation science, growth management, and the economic aspects of dealing with conservation issues in Central Florida during Research Week.
David M. Sumner, PhD, PG from U.S. Geological Survey shared with attendees about Evapotranspiration – a critical component of Florida’s water budget.
Graduate Teaching Assistant Nominees
Graduate Student Teaching Nominees
The Showcase is a poster- or display-based forum for University of Central Florida undergraduates to present their research and creative projects.
During Research Week, a panel presented on games-based learning for the humanities.
Each spring, the Division of Graduate Studies honors student excellence in academic achievement, teaching, research, leadership and community service with the Graduate Awards of Excellence.
Workshop for graduate students to assist with research and writing.
As part of our participation in the Council of Graduate Schools PhD completion study, growth is not only a result of the recruitment of students but also the retention of our current students.
Zhibing GeElectrical Engineering PhDCollege of Engineering and Computer Science
Outstanding Dissertation Nominees
Outstanding Master’s Thesis Nominees
When people think of a physical therapist's job description, most do not think beyond helping patients recover from sports related injuries. However, there is much more to contemporary physical therapy practice than the common perception.
Dr. Hosni discussed the Pressure Inducing Massager: From Patent to Prototype.
Receiving a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship has allowed Optics PhD student Amy Thompson to design her own quantum optics project.
Great strides are being made in the research activities of our graduate students at UCF.
Since the inception, students in the Conservation Biology PhD program have become very involved in researching the conservation issues affecting central Florida.
UCF is one of two schools in the United States offering a master's degree in Digital Forensics, a field that will continue to need experts as the digital technology in our world constantly changes.
The SoTL Faculty Showcase took place during Research Week, an annual event in which UCF faculty present their research.
Students celebrated research and creative projects during the Seventh Annual Student Research Week
The public will have an opportunity to experience some of the research being conducted at the University of Central Florida during the third annual Research Week, March 31 - April 4.
The week, March 31 – April 4, featured more than a dozen presentations by faculty and student researchers, centered on the theme: The Environment: Conservation, Energy and Quality of Life.
Join the UCF community for the 2010 Student Research Week, beginning March 29, 2010.
Graduate Research Forum winners compete at the Inaugural Statewide Graduate Student Research Symposium.
Dr. James Taylor provided an excellent presentation during Research Week on Water Resource Issues in central Florida.
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