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Summer Workshops Available For K-12 Teachers!

Posted on by Tirzah Camille Fernandes

The Florida Solar Energy Center will be hosting a Junior Solar Sprint Workshop on June 18th and a Solar Cooker Workshop on June 19th. The workshops will run from 9am-3pm at the Florida Solar Energy Center in Cocoa, FL. The workshops are free and available to K-12 teachers; you may sign up for one day or both! The Junior […]

2019 SHPE Jr Conference

Posted on by Tirzah Camille Fernandes

The SHPE Jr Conference is a FREE community event where UCF engineering students team up with professional engineers to give local middle schoolers, particularly underrepresented minorities, a taste of the different industries within the STEM spectrum. Participants will have the opportunity to explore the different areas of engineering, working side by side with college students […]

Summer 2019 – Applications Open! NSF Research Experiences For Teachers

Posted on by Tirzah Camille Fernandes

The Collaborative Multidisciplinary Engineering Design Experiences for Teachers (CoMET) exposes middle school to high school science and math teachers to various aspects of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies from design to manufacturing in an effort for them to experience the complete life-cycle of hardware and software, i.e., building blocks of IoT. The teacher participants will […]

UCF PRIME STEM – Application Open

Posted on by Melissa Dagley

PRIME STEM is a program for Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, and Health Sciences majors at UCF that that provides one-on-one tutoring, mentoring and advising, assistance applying for financial aid and scholarships, and preparation for graduate and professional school. A student may be eligible for PRIME STEM if he/she has a declared STEM or Health Science […]

RSVP Today For The Press Play Conference!

Posted on by Tirzah Camille Fernandes

RSVP today for the Press Play Conference! The event, Access the Game 2019, will be held January 12th, 2019 from 9:30am-1pm in UCF’s Center for Emerging Media. Students aged 14-25 are encouraged to attend the event, which will feature hands-on workshops and creative displays geared towards educating and inspiring people with disabilities about opportunities in […]

New UCF Engineering Degree In Materials Science And Engineering

Posted on by Tirzah Camille Fernandes

The new program in Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) will be offered through UCF’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering, which is currently ranked among the nation’s top 50 MSE graduate programs!  The new undergraduate program was introduced and designed to meet the needs of the growing 21st century materials industry. The program offers a […]

Breaking The Code Webinar

Posted on by Deja Clack

Computer Science Education Week is December 3-9. The Constellations Center for Equity in Computing at Georgia Teach is on a mission to break the code when it comes to engaging students. Please join them on December 4 at 7pm for an exciting and insightful webinar about how to engage underrepresented students in computer science. The […]

Team Orlando’s Modeling & Simulation Student Day- Accepting Proposals Now!

Posted on by Tirzah Camille Fernandes

Team Orlando, with support from the National Center for Simulation (NCS), will be hosting a showcase for high school Modeling and Simulation projects. Florida high schools will send up to 6 students to compete for prizes that will support their school, as well as the Modeling and Simulation curriculum! This event, along with M&S certification […]

2018 GIS Day: Pre-Register Now!

Posted on by Renee Sackett

Get excited for GIS Day 2018 at UCF, co-organized by Citizen Science GIS and GeoBus, to be held on Thursday, November 29th from 10am to 1pm at the University of Central Florida! Please pre-register your class or group as soon as possible. Pre-register now at: https://goo.gl/forms/ac8Qjka9ZzcUFCz23 Pre-register your class, organization, family or just yourself for our […]