The National Association of Social Workers’ Florida Chapter – Central Unit recently selected Professor Ana Leon as Social Work Educator of the Year and alumna Katherine Payares (BSW ’12, MSW ’13) as Social Worker of the Year. Congratulations!
Three staff members in the college have been honored as the UCF USPS Employee of Month this academic year. Congratulations to Katie Connolly, Office Manager, Legal Studies (October 2016); LaVera Henderson, Administrative Assistant, Public Administration (February 2017); and Kaitlyn Sweeney, Office Assistant, Legal Studies (March 2017)!
Congratulations to our staff award winners for 2016-17! USPS employee winner Laurie Carroll is an administrative assistant in the Dean’s Office. A&P employee winner Marva Ellington is a professional advisor in the Department of Criminal Justice. The winners were announced at the college’s Staff Appreciation Luncheon April 3 at the FAIRWINDS Alumni Center.
Congratulations to Jennifer Farran on her receipt of the 2017 Region 4 Excellence in Advising – New Advisor Certificate of Merit from NACADA, The Global Community for Academic Advising. Farran is coordinator of academic advising services for the Health Sciences Pre-Clinical Program. The certificate recognizes outstanding academic advising of students by individuals who have served as an advisor for three or fewer years.
Congratulations Order of Pegasus Recipients!
Social work major Barbara Mendez-Campos and legal studies major Angel Sanchez were selected to receive the Order of Pegasus, the most prestigious and significant award a student can attain at UCF. Learn more
New Graduate Certificate
The College of Health and Public Affairs launched a new Graduate Certificate in Global Health and Public Affairs in Spring 2017. Apply by April 15 for Summer 2017.
Welcome New Faculty Members!
The College of Health and Public Affairs is pleased to welcome more than 20 new full-time permanent faculty members this fall. Learn more
New Dual Degree Program
The College of Health and Public Affairs is launching a new dual degree program leading to a Master of Public Administration and Master of Science in Criminal Justice. Apply by Dec. 1 for Spring 2017. Learn more