CAH Welcomes New Faces, Roles to Staff and Administration
August 08, 2022 The College of Arts and Humanities extends a welcome to new and familiar faces during the transition of some critical administrative and staff roles.
Faculty Granted Promotion and Tenure
June 03, 2022 UCF awarded 22 faculty in the arts and humanities promotion and tenure. Consideration for promotion and tenure takes nearly an entire academic year as faculty are evaluated on three main areas: research, teaching and service.
Associate Dean Lynn Hepner to Retire in August
April 25, 2022 Associate Dean Lynn Hepner ’95MA is retiring from UCF on August 7. Her ability to anticipate the needs of the college and to provide the right data at the right time has made her invaluable to CAH.
Thank You Knight Nation for Record-Breaking UCF Day of Giving 2022
April 08, 2022 “We asked for a ‘little help from our friends’ this year, and our friends delivered,” says Jeff Moore, dean of the College of Arts and Humanities.
What Is Ramadan?
April 06, 2022 UCF’s program director of Islamic studies discusses the month-long celebration and how to be respectful of those who partake in it.
NSM Today: UCF Panelists Discuss COVID-19 Pandemic, Explore Historical Contexts
March 28, 2022 Four UCF professors examined the COVID-19 pandemic and drew comparisons by exploring historical contexts of past epidemics in the United States on Friday.
8 CAH Faculty Members Honored at UCF’s 3rd Authors Celebration
March 03, 2022 Eight faculty members with the College of Arts and Humanities were honored for their works, which ranged from novels to textbooks.
Knight Star Awards Recognize Dedication and Exemplary Service
March 02, 2022 Since 1972, the Knight Star Awards have honored the staff who help make our university a warm, welcoming place to grow, learn and succeed.
Department of Philosophy Chair Michael Strawser Featured in ‘Philosophy Now’
February 03, 2022 Department Chair and Professor of Philosophy Michael Strawser was featured by Philosophy Now, a bimonthly magazine that shares articles on all aspects of Western philosophy.
Florida Humanities “Greater Good: Humanities in Academia Grants” Awarded to Four Units
January 04, 2022 In October, four units in the UCF College of Arts and Humanities were awarded Greater Good: Humanities in Academia Grants.
Engaging in Ethical Dialogue About the COVID-19 Pandemic
November 03, 2021 Dr. Luciana Garbayo, assistant professor of philosophy and medical education, engages in ethical dialogue about the COVID-19 pandemic and public health with the community.
Philosophy Professors Stacey DiLiberto and Karina Cespedes Embrace Cultural Identity in Their Research
October 08, 2021 As Stacey DiLiberto and Karina Cespedes see it, Hispanic Heritage Month provides an opportunity for the nation to celebrate the cultural identity of Hispanic and Latinx people; but their cultural identities are connected with their personal and professional identities year-round.
Spotlight: UCF College of Arts and Humanities 2020–21 Year-in-Review
September 09, 2021 Spotlight, our college’s annual year-in-review, features stories, photos and videos that shine a light on the impact of the arts and humanities.
Call for proposals: UCF Celebrates the Arts 2022
September 08, 2021 UCF Celebrates the Arts is accepting event/exhibit proposals for festival inclusion. Deadline to apply is September 26.
The College of Arts and Humanities Welcomes New Faculty Members
August 23, 2021 The College of Arts and Humanities welcomes the faculty members joining our college this fall!
UCF Summer 2021 Commencement Schedule and Fall Makeup Ceremony Announced
June 08, 2021 Summer 2021 Grad Walk takes place August 4–6 and three in-person commencement ceremonies will be held August 7.
Graduate Faculty Profile: Jonathan Beever
May 25, 2021 Jonathan Beever’s research in applied ethics helps the community reimagine their relationships to and in the natural world.
UCF Class Spotlight: Asian Humanities
May 14, 2021 This course, which is offered in the spring, covers regions and countries beyond India, Japan, Korea and China and highlights the impact of local cultures on global issues.
Christian Ravela Provides Insight Through a Brief History of Asian American Racism
April 30, 2021 Christian Ravela, an assistant professor of philosophy who specializes in critical race theory, cultural studies and Asian American studies, provides some context on racism that dates back to the beginning of Asian individuals’ migration to the United States during the 1800s.
Staff Awards Recognize Dedication and Exemplary Service
April 29, 2021 The annual college staff awards recognize employees who have delivered exemplary service to the college and UCF.