Associate instructor of public administration and former associate dean of the college, Mel Rogers, was presented with the first Career Inclusion Impact Award during UCF’s 25th Diversity Week. The award, in honor of Dr. Valarie Greene King, recognizes a UCF faculty or staff member who has shown career-long commitment to improving UCF’s culture of inclusion. The award was presented by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion during the annual breakfast Monday morning in the Pegasus Ballroom.
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