Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts and Wellness Innovation Award Winners Enhance Mental Health Resiliency
November 29, 2022 The winners of the 2021 awards accomplished great things with the $25,000 awards. This year, applicants are invited to submit proposals through Dec. 16 for projects that strengthen our sense of community through arts and wellness.
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.
Central Florida’s Hidden History
October 21, 2022 The artifacts and little-known stories of the area’s LGBTQ community have found a safe place at UCF, where volunteers have also provided the ears to keep the history alive.
Writing and Rhetoric Celebrates National Day on Writing with Campus Pop-Up Events
October 19, 2022 To celebrate National Day on Writing on Thursday, Oct. 20, the Department of Writing and Rhetoric, the University Writing Center and Writing Across the Curriculum are hosting writing activities across campus.
CAH Events: Cancellations and Postponements Due to Hurricane Ian
September 27, 2022 The UCF campus will be closed for operations on Wednesday and Thursday, and classes are also canceled on Friday. All public events scheduled for those days will be canceled or rescheduled.
Spotlight 2022: Year-In-Review
September 22, 2022 The positive impact the arts and humanities has on our community is evident. From the expertise our professors lend on a daily basis to the talents of our students, the people in our college accomplish great things. Read about them in our annual report, Spotlight 2022.
Author, Actor and Activist Kal Penn to Visit UCF
September 21, 2022 On Sept. 26, actor, writer and activist Kal Penn will visit the UCF Student Union for a free event where he will read and discuss his comedic memoir, You Can’t Be Serious. The event is co-sponsored by the Department of Writing and Rhetoric.
Meet New Faculty in the Arts and Humanities
August 29, 2022 The College of Arts and Humanities welcomes the faculty members that joined our college this fall!
UCF Alum Stars In Netflix’s “That’s Amor”
August 26, 2022 Isaac Gonzalez Rossi ’15, a theatre and writing and rhetoric graduate, stars as Matias in the newly-released That’s Amor on Netflix.
UCF Welcomes 4,000 New Graduate Students to Campus for Fall 2022
August 22, 2022 Students are encouraged to attend welcome events throughout the first week, meet with faculty and other students, and engage with academic resources.
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.
CAH Staff Awards Honor Excellence and Service
May 10, 2022 The annual CAH staff awards recognize employees who have delivered exemplary service to the college and UCF. At the ceremony, college administration recognized staff members for their dedication to UCF and acknowledged the challenging year the employees faced.
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.
WESH 2: UCF Celebrates the Arts Makes Comeback at Dr. Phillips Center with ‘Shrek: The Musical’
April 08, 2022 This year, the 11-day festival known as UCF Celebrates the Arts is back and bigger than ever before.
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.
Broadway World: Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts to Welcome Back UCF Celebrates the Arts 2022
April 06, 2022 The annual festival brings musicians, theater practitioners and visual artists from the UCF campus to the Central Florida community in an array of offerings including jazz, dance, musical theater, opera, symphony, bands, visual arts, talks, choirs, family events and more.
Orlando Sentinel: Orlando Poet Laureate Hopes To Inspire Through Sharing and Creative Expression
April 06, 2022 Poet Laureate Shawn Welcome will perform at Dr. Phillips Center as part of “A Celebration of the Orlando Poet Laureate” on April 9.
Orlando Sentinel: 2022 UCF Celebrates the Arts: 5 Highlights
April 01, 2022 Started in 2015, UCF Celebrates the Arts continues to grow with this year’s festival. Here, representing various artistic genres, are five key programs at the festival to check out.
Writing and Rhetoric Student Researches the Power of TikTok in Self-Expression
March 29, 2022 Undergraduate writing and rhetoric student Lindsey Wright explores the use of audios and hashtags on TikTok and how their use reflects self-identity.