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History Alumni Win Awards for Master’s Thesis, Work as Graduate Teaching Associate
March 01, 2022 Rhiannon O’Neil ‘21MA and James Stoddard ‘20MA were awarded for their master’s thesis and work as a graduate teaching associate, respectively.
Knights Do That: The Importance of Preserving Black History
February 21, 2022 Brandon Nightingale ’16 ’19MA, archivist at Bethune-Cookman University, discusses how his journey starting at UCF as an electrical engineering major has led him to now working to preserve Black history, and how slowing down to study the past is the best way to look forward.
Theatre UCF Alumna Makes Broadway Debut in ‘Caroline, or Change’
December 15, 2021 Khalifa White ‘16 made her Broadway debut in the revival of “Caroline, or Change” presented by Roundabout Theatre Company.
Niche Knights: Caleb Howell ‘16 Brings Theatre to Life as a Broadway Dresser and Theatrical Milliner
December 08, 2021 Caleb Howell ’16, a Theatre BFA alumnus, provides an inside look to his unique career as a Broadway dresser and thetrical milliner.
Texts and Technology Alumna Explores How Humanities Research Can Save Lives
October 29, 2021 Working on her dissertation for the Texts and Technology program led Linda Garrison ’21PhD to a significant conclusion: humanities research can save lives.