Check out a seletion of podcasts from the UCF College of Arts and Humanities
Discussions on Writing and Rhetoric
A informal conversations around research and practice in the field at the university level.
Working Title A Literary Arts Podcast
Citizenship project founded by the Fall 2019 cohort candidates in the MFA: Creative Writing program.
UCF Department of History Podcasts
A collection of podcasts from the UCF Department of History.
Knights Ghostlight Podcast
Educational exploration into how sound design can lend itself to storytelling and entertainment.
Knights Do That
Enjoy select episodes of Knights Do That featuring students, faculty, staff and alumni of the College of Arts and Humanities and be sure to subscribe to the podcast.
Nov. 7, 2022
Renowned composer and Pegasus Professor Stella Sung shares the importance of integrating science and the arts, as well as her research on using virtual and augmented reality in the classical concert setting.
Peter Weishar, UCF’s themed experience program director, shares how UCF is preparing graduates to make an impact in this multi-billion dollar field by providing the industry training, insight and connections needed to succeed.
May 16, 2022
Hollywood actor Adrian R’Mante ’96 discusses his journey from UCF to landing his hit role as Esteban Julio Ricardo Montoya de la Rosa Ramírez on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.
Brandon Nightingale ’16 ’19MA, a UCF 30 Under 30 alumni and the archivist at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida shares 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.
Martha Brenckle, a writing and rhetoric professor in the College of Arts and Humanities. Brenckle shares her expertise and love for writing, her involvement within the Orlando arts community, her role as treasurer for the LGBTQ+ History Museum of Central Florida and more.
Sept. 6, 2021
A Venezuelan artist featured in Target’s Latino Heritage Month line this year, Reina Castellanos ’16MFA shares how her culture and experiences as an immigrant influence her work, the joys and struggles of being an artist and the importance of staying authentic in your work.