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ISTEM Summer Camps

Posted on by Lacey Murphey

iSTEM, along with our partners at UCF and off campus, is proud to host a variety of summer camps for rising middle and high school students (grades 6-12)! Applications are now being accepted to all of our summer camp offerings with priority early acceptance deadlines approaching. Submit your application today! For more information on any […]

EEK! Engineering Education For Kids 

Posted on by Lacey Murphey

Students in grades 3-8 learn the tenets of engineering in a week long immersive summer camp where they’ll test their creative problem-solving skills with exciting, hands-on team projects. Students will discover how engineers really work, and how as future engineers they can take on some of the greatest challenges facing our local communities and our world. Students will be introduced […]

2018 Literacy Symposium

Posted on by Lacey Murphey

Join the UCF College of Education and Human Performance at the 20th Anniversary Celebration for a day of learning focused on celebrating literacy.  Be inspired throughout the day from experts in the field of literacy, presenters and Keynote Speakers, including: Dr. D. Ray Reutzel “Ten Lessons Learned about Teaching Comprehension of Informational Text” Dr. Patricia Crawford and Dr. […]

DBER Spring Seminar

Posted on by Melissa Dagley

The Discipline-Based Education Research (DBER) seminars are set for Spring 2018. The seminar group will meet each Monday from 11:30am-12:30pm in the Physical Sciences Building (PSB), room 146. You can follow the schedule and meeting details on their website.

Press Play Conference: Girls & Games 2018

Posted on by Lacey Murphey

FIEA & EA presented a free conference on Jan. 13, 2018, which served to inform young women of their aptitude to become included in the video gaming and production industries professionally. The conference was designed to encourage more female students to pursue these creative career fields. Please check out the following link for a glimpse […]

SWE Mystery Design

Posted on by Melissa Dagley

The UCF Society of Women Engineers (SWE) will be hosting Mystery Design, an engineering Outreach event that is geared towards middle school girls, on November 18th from 9am – 3pm. The event will be taking place on the UCF campus, specifically within the Mathematical Sciences building (MSB). Registration and more information can be found on the SWE website: ucfswe.org/Outreach.

Women In STEM: Aim Higher!

Posted on by Melissa Dagley

Come join us for our 2nd annual Women in STEM: Aim Higher! networking event on October 18. Meet with industry professional women to hear their stories and recommendations for success. The evening kicks-off in the Student Union Pegasus Ballroom at 5:00pm with networking and refreshments provided by Tijuana Flats and Jeremiah’s Italian Ice. Our keynote, […]

Physics Career Day 2017

Posted on by Lacey Murphey

The UCF Physics Department is proud to present Physics Career Day on Saturday, October 21st. The event will begin promptly at 10AM with registration beginning at 9:30AM in the College of Sciences Building, Auditorium Room 101. Come and hear about exciting careers in Physics! This free event is geared towards high school juniors and seniors as […]