2024 Founders’ Day Ceremonies

April 05, 2024  Faculty, staff and students from the College of Arts and Humanities were recognized at UCF’s Founders Day on April 3.

UCF Announces 2024’s 30 Under 30 Alumni Award Recipients

February 20, 2024  Congratulations to Travers Oliver ’18, named one of UCF’s 30 Under 30.

Magic Power Couple: Kostya Kimlat ’10 and Amy Schwartz Kimlat ’06 Reveal the Secret Behind their Magic Entertainment Company

November 20, 2023  Alumni Kostya Kimlat ’10 and Amy Schwartz Kimlat ’06 collaborate to create unforgettable magical experiences in their show, See Magic Live.

Be Better Club Prepares Students to Navigate Ethical Dilemmas

October 12, 2023  UCF’s Center for Ethics wants students to be prepared when they face complicated ethical situations with emerging technologies like AI.

Eurasian Lecture Series Launches Students Toward Global Citizenship

September 11, 2023  This semester, the UCF College of Arts and Humanities is helping students reach for the stars in a new way—as global citizens of the UCF community.

CAH Faculty Honored with Promotion and Tenure in 2023

July 14, 2023  UCF awarded promotion and/or tenure to faculty members in the arts and humanities. Consideration for promotion and tenure takes nearly an entire academic year as faculty members are evaluated on three main areas: research, teaching and service.

PHOTOS: Reflecting on UCF Celebrates the Arts 2023

May 12, 2023  UCF Celebrates the Arts 2023 welcomed audiences of all ages, abilities and interests with more events than ever before.

UCF Leads Development of First Large-scale System for Extended Reality Research

April 28, 2023  The nearly $5 million project will facilitate human subjects research to improve extended reality technologies for the general population and make them more inclusive to groups such as older adults or people with disabilities.

Students, Faculty and Staff Honored at 2023 Founders’ Day Ceremonies

April 06, 2023  CAH faculty, students and staff were recognized for excellence in teaching, advising, mentoring, research, professional service at UCF’s annual Founders’ Day celebrations.

Nancy Stanlick Appointed Chair of Department of Philosophy

April 05, 2023  The Department of Philosophy welcomes Dr. Nancy Stanlick as department chair, effective August 8, 2023.

Operación Pedro Pan Comes to UCF

April 04, 2023  Community experts share their experiences of undergoing the Operación Pedro Pan flights and the aftermath of their new lives in America as some of the 14,000 minors that came from Cuba to the United States.

Stephen Fiore Named 2023 Pegasus Professor

March 30, 2023  Four UCF professors have been named this year’s Pegasus Professors, UCF’s highest faculty designation. Among them is Director of Cognitive Sciences Laboratory and Professor with UCF’s Cognitive Sciences Program in the Department of Philosophy and Institute for Simulation & Training, Stephen Fiore.

Minds on the Matter

March 30, 2023  Two UCF faculty, including the Department of Philosophy associate professor Luis Favela, discuss our understanding of brain function and the mysteries we’re still trying to solve.

Ann Gleig Co-Leads Workshop on Religion and Abuse

February 06, 2023  Associate professor of religion and cultural studies Ann Gleig co-led the second workshop of the Abuse in Religious Contexts Project at the University of Leeds. This workshop focused on abuse in Buddhist contexts, drawing on Gleig’s current research in-progress, which is a book under advance contract with Yale University Press....

Associate Professor Ann Gleig Awarded Fellowship for Research on Buddhism

November 21, 2022  Ann Gleig, associate professor of Religion and Cultural Studies at UCF, has been selected as McGill University’s Numata Visiting Professor for the Fall 2023 term.

UCF Philosophy Professor Selected as Scialog Fellow for Molecular Basis of Cognition Research

November 17, 2022  The goal of the research is to transform the understanding of the brain, with broad applications to prevent neurodegenerative disease and develop neuromorphic computing.

CAH Events: Cancellations and Postponements Due to Tropical Storm Nicole

November 08, 2022  The UCF campus will be closed for operations on Wednesday and Thursday due to Tropical Storm Nicole, and Friday for Veterans Day. All public events scheduled for those days will be canceled or rescheduled.

UCF Students Win Southeast Regional Ethics Bowl

November 07, 2022  On Saturday, Nov. 5, the UCF Ethics Bowl team won the Southeast Regional Ethics Bowl, making this their second regional championship in three years.

The Therapeutic Benefits of Creating Art

November 01, 2022  Professor Emerita of Philosophy and Humanities Kristin Congdon reports the benefits of creating art.

UCF Class Spotlight: Encountering the Humanities – Monsters and Mad Scientists

October 17, 2022  This themed course explores how monsters are used in literature, film, philosophy and art across time to represent how science and technology shape our understanding of what it means to be human, alive or (un)dead.