WELCOME to our inaugural newsletter recognizing innovative and impactful research and scholarship at UCF. In these monthly issues, we’ll also update you on the latest awards and resources from UCF's Research offices and College of Graduate Studies.
Across every college – and every discipline – our faculty researchers and graduate students are making a difference on our campus, and around the world. Our offices are here to champion your successes and support you every step of the way. We welcome your feedback on the job we’re doing and ideas for enhanced services.
UCF RESEARCHERS landed part of a $7 million grant to help the Department of Energy accelerate the use of affordable, scalable and sustainable high-performance alternative fuels in consumer vehicles.
SOCIOLOGY GRAD STUDENT Nicholas Altizer wants to change the world by mapping it – to protect populations from disease, natural disasters, food shortage and inadequate infrastructure.
PHYSICS PROFESSOR DAN BRITT is working on a first-of-its-kind NASA mission to explore some of the oldest asteroids in the solar system – and unlock the mysteries surrounding planet formation.
A UCF-CURATED ART EXHIBIT at the Orlando Science Center’s STEAM gallery through March 12 explores the impacts of climate change through paintings and other artworks from Central Florida students.
The Office of Research & Commercialization is now electronically copying the principal investigator at four stages during the award set-up process. Faculty will be notified when an award is received, logged into the TERA system, sent to compliance for review and when an account number is assigned.