TODAY MARKS the beginning of UCF’s Student Research Week. This annual event brings together student researchers from across the university and provides them an opportunity to showcase their work and develop new research and scholarship skills. I hope you’ll encourage your students to attend – and support them at the 2017 Graduate Research Forum.
Because it’s important that together we build a culture of research to encourage and nurture our youngest scholars to seek out new ideas, solve big problems, and have real-world impact on their future.
UCF ARCHAEOLOGISTS are studying monuments with high-tech satellites to help preserve cultural heritage sites in war-torn regions across Iraq and Syria.
THANKS TO AN NSF Early CAREER Award, a UCF engineer will explore new cooling technologies to keep up with demands for faster and smaller electronics.
TWENTY-TWO UCF graduate programs were ranked by U.S. News & World Report, including all eligible programs in the College of Engineering and Computer Science.
UCF IS BRINGING LIFE to veterans' stories through cutting-edge technology thanks to a Department of Veterans Affairs grant.
ENGINEERING PROFESSOR Issa Batarseh’s prowess with powering solar panels earns him a spot in the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame.
UCF faculty and staff now have access to software research tools, including SPSS, JMP, SAS, ArcGIS, and Qualtrics, without paying for license renewals. For details, contact the UCF Technology Product Center via email or 407-823-5603.
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