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.

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.

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.

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.

Christian Ravela Debunks Model Minority Myth In Wake of Anti-Asian Attacks

March 26, 2021  Christian Ravela, associate professor of humanities and cultural studies, spoke to WFTV about the model minority myth in the wake of last week’s mass shooting at Asian-owned spas in Atlanta.

UCF Celebrates Women’s History Month 2021

March 15, 2021  This year, the Women’s and Gender Studies Program will celebrate Women’s History Month with Voces Latinx: A Showcase of Students and Faculty Creative Endeavor.

Celebrating the Lunar New Year

February 11, 2021  Two associate professors with expertise in Chinese society and culture share the history behind the Lunar New Year, lucky foods and more about the Year of the Ox.

Deadline extended: Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts & Wellness Innovation Awards

November 17, 2020  The Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts & Wellness Innovation Awards are $25,000 grants for interdisciplinary projects involving UCF faculty and community organizations.

Luciana Garbayo Receives College of Medicine Innovative Teaching Award

November 12, 2020  Luciana Garbayo was recognized by the UCF College of Medicine for her continued and effective use of innovative teaching methods in the clinical curriculum.

Ann Gleig Writes About Race, Religion, Black Lives Matter Movement

November 12, 2020  Ann Gleig’s research has seen the interplay of religion and racial justice in the changing Buddhist communities in the US, giving her a unique perspective on race and religion in America. Using this perspective, she’s recently penned several articles.