$10M TOWARD PTSD TREATMENT
The U.S. Army is funding UCF RESTORES to establish programs at Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center in Georgia, Naval Medical Hospital Portsmouth in Virginia and Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina.
INDUSTRY PARTNER INVESTS IN STATISTICS STUDENTS
Working together, CFE Credit Union and the Department of Statistics developed a competition designed to reduce consumer lending risk and give students real-world experience.
UCF RESEARCH CAUSES HAWAII TO TAKE UP NEW LEGISLATION
Associate Professor of Biology, John Fauth, is seeing a wave of action from his work, which links a certain sunscreen ingredient with the death of coral reefs around the world.
POLITICAL SCIENCE BOASTS TWO BOREN FELLOWSHIPS WINNERS
Two College of Science students recently received Boren Fellowships, which are for students interested in pursuing a career in U.S. national security. The students are Karla Aurazo and Caleb Archie.
PHYSICS PH.D. STUDENT STANDS UP
UCF is one of six universities  paving the way for underrepresented minority students to earn graduate physics degrees. The American Physics Society saw a way to give underrepresented students a fair chance at attaining graduate-level degrees with the Bridge Program.One of those students is Brian Zamarripa-Roman.