FY 2018 UCF Federal Priorities Information & Full Proposal Format
Prudential Productivity Award
Two teams have been recognized with the 2016 Prudential Productivity Award at a luncheon held at the Buena Vista Palace in Orlando on June 23, 2016. The Prudential Productivity Award is sponsored by Florida TaxWatch and is held to honor state employees who innovatively reduce costs and improve services for Florida taxpayers.
According to Florida TaxWatch President and CEO, Dominic Calabro, “State workers hardly get the praise and honor they deserve for a job well done, and this program ensures that the taxpayers are noticing their contributions, and are thankful for all that our public servants are doing to make Florida a great place to get a job, raise a family and start a business.”
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UCF-MAYO Mini Symposium
A Mini-Symposium exploring collaboration opportunities between UCF and Mayo-Jacksonville was held on Friday, May 13, 2016. Topics and speakers were selected by Mayo, and the full Symposium Agenda is available online. We are hoping that this symposium is a step toward developing more extensive collaboration with Mayo scientists and UCF science and engineering faculty. A major outcome of the symposium is the Mayo Clinic - University of Central Florida (UCF) Pilot Project Program.
Presentations from the Symposium are now available:
- Bhattacharya, S. - Single Walled Carbon Nanotube and Biological Interface
- Kim, J. - Roles of Non-coding RNA's & Apolipoprotein E in Alzheimer's Disease
- Melrose, H. - Murine Modeling of LRRK2 Parkinsonism
- Mukhopadhyay, D. - Mayo Clinic Translational Nanomedicine Program
- Wallace, M. - Advanced Endoscopic Imaging
The Office of Research and Commercialization welcomes Dr. Elizabeth (Liz) Klonoff to UCF
|Vice President for Research and Dean of
Liz joins us from San Diego State University and the University of California, San Diego. In her new position, she will be charged with advancing UCF’s reputation and impact as a 21st-century metropolitan research university by growing graduate enrollment, specifically for research-focused degrees, and elevating the scale and quality of its research.