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CAH Faculty Members Receive Tenure and Promotion in 2021

April 26, 2021  In 2021, 28 arts and humanities faculty members received promotion or tenure to recognize their dedication to the university.

Hakan Özoğlu Discusses the Ottoman Empire on WUCF’s Global Perspectives

April 15, 2021  Professor of history and director of Middle Eastern Studies Hakan Özoğlu was featured on a recent episode of WUCF’s Global Perspectives.

UCF Professor Brings Online Classes to Life with Custom TV Shows

April 13, 2021  With the help of UCF’s Center for Distributed Learning, Ken Hanson, Professor of Judaic Studies, transports online students to the Middle East.

2021 Founders’ Day Awards Honor Excellence in the Arts and Humanities

April 07, 2021  Faculty members from across the college were honored for the 2021 Founders’ Day Honors Convocation, which recognizes UCF faculty members and students from across disciplines for their academic achievements, contributions and tenures.

Meet the 2021 Pegasus Professors

April 07, 2021  Five UCF faculty members have been chosen for the 2021 Pegasus Professor award, including Luis Martínez-Fernández, associate professor of history.

2021 Founders’ Day Honorees

April 07, 2021  The annual recognition celebrates the outstanding academic achievements of our faculty members and students.

Graduation Info for 2021 Spring Graduates

April 05, 2021  The commencement ceremony for graduates of the College of Arts and Humanities will be Friday, May 7 at 9 am.

Celebrate the Arts From the Comfort of Your Couch

April 05, 2021  This year, UCF Celebrates the Arts is harnessing the power of art — and the virtual world — to bring our community together.

James C. Clark Discusses Consequences of Controlling Voters Through Legislation

April 01, 2021  James C. Clark, senior lecturer of history, has been featured in the Orlando Sentinel as a guest columnist for his insight on the unintended consequences of controlling voters through legislation.

Amelia Lyons Discusses Women’s History Month

April 01, 2021  Amelia Lyons, associate professor of history, sat down with Spectrum News to discuss Women’s History Month.

Amy Foster on the History of NASA’s Female Astronauts

March 26, 2021  Associate professor of history Amy Foster joined WMFE to speak about the first female astronauts at NASA and her book Integrating Women into the Astronaut Corps: Politics and Logistics at NASA.

Lineup Announced for UCF Celebrates the Arts 2021

March 15, 2021  The arts are built on community, and together, we will Celebrate the Arts — with many outdoor events and virtual options, as well. Join the UCF community in downtown Orlando April 2–10.

“The Druze” Screening: Kenneth Hanson to Give Ancient Insight at UCF Celebrates the Arts

March 15, 2021  Hanson will screen his film “The Druze” and answer audience questions in a discussion and Q&A session as part of UCF Celebrates the Arts 2021

2 CAH Students Named Recipients of the Order of Pegasus

March 10, 2021  UCF has named 23 students, including 2 CAH students, as recipients of the Order of Pegasus, the university’s most prestigious student award.

4 CAH Faculty Members Named 2021 Women’s History Month Honorees

March 10, 2021  Each March, Faculty Excellence honors 31 women for their impact on students and UCF’s campus community. This year, four CAH faculty members are among the honorees.

Students Receive Africana Studies Scholarships and Dining Awards

March 10, 2021  Jamar Miller, Jasmine Harris, Jordan Feld and Jae Olivia Noel recently received scholarships from the Africana Studies program for the Spring 2021 semester.

UCF Film “Marching Forward” in the News

February 23, 2021  Marching Forward tells the story of how two Orlando bands came together for a trip to perform at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York City. 

2 CAH Alumni Named 30 Under 30 Alumni Award Winners

February 23, 2021  The 2021 class, including two College of Arts and Humanities graduates, will be honored in a celebratory event later this spring.

History Alumnus Wins Award for Outstanding Master’s Thesis

February 16, 2021  This year’s recipient of the Award for Outstanding Master’s Thesis is Matt Patsis ’14 ’20MA, for his thesis examining the service of African American soldiers during World War I in comparison with the service of French Colonial soldiers from Africa.

UCF Africana Studies Professor Don Harrell to Speak at Dr. John T. Washington Lecture Series

February 12, 2021  Don Harrell, adjunct professor of Africana Studies and co-founder of Orisirisi African Folklore, will present “Uprooting Racism: An Evolution of Hip-Hop and Hip-Hop Nation Story” at the third annual Dr. John T. Washington Lecture Series.