Universities and Colleges -- Florida
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
The Florida Maps Collection contains various types of maps from throughout the state of Florida. Included are tourist, informational, historical, agricural, and commercial maps.
John Marini was a former UCF basketball player and later a director responsible for information and generating excitement regarding UCF's athletic teams. This collection of records contains memorabilia relating to John Marini's career at UCF.
Since its establishment in 1994, the Black Faculty and Staff Association works to provide mentoring and opportunities for students at the University of Central Florida. This collection of records contains documents related to these subjects.
Initially founded as the FTU Foundation, Inc. in 1969, the UCF Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization that performs a multitude of services for the University of Central Florida, including acting as financial advisors, real estate consultants, and the university's primary fund-raising arm. This collection contains materials pertaining to the FTU/UCF Foundation, its creation, operation and fund-raising projects.
The mission of the Library Faculty Affairs Committee (FAC) is to coordinate library faculty affairs, exclusive of those directly assigned to the Library Promotion Coordination Committee (PCC).
The mission of the Library Promotion Coordinating Committee (PCC) is to recommend initial rank for new hires, and to coordinate the faculty promotion and Cumulative Progress Evaluation (CPE) processes. The purpose of the CPE is to provide evaluative feedback and guidance on the appropriateness of professional activities with sufficient lead time for a candidate to take corrective measure. This collection contains minutes, agendas, a committee manual, a timeline, and ballots.
The Mr. and Miss UCF pageants aim to give students scholarship opportunities as well as help promote community engagement. This collection contains photographs, programs, DVDs, and documents surrounding the Mr. and Miss UCF competitions. There is also material relating to the Miss Florida, Miss America, and different county pageants.
Audio recordings and programs of graduate student recitals from UCF Music Department.
The Office of Student Involvement (OSI) supports student success and enhances the campus environment by focusing on their core principles of connect, involve, and impact by providing programs, services, student leadership opportunities, and intentional environments. This collection of records contains memorabilia, documents, and media relating to OSI's history, programs, and agencies.
This small quantity of materials briefly documents the appointment and retirement of Robert A. Bryan who served as interim president of the University of Central Florida from 1991-1992. The material includes news clippings, photographs, certificates, programs and invitations.
This collection contains correspondence, documents, pamphlets, and photographs documenting the work of the Office of Vice President for University Relations.
This collection contains documents related to the UCF Police Department. Included are a number of training and evaluation manuals, memoranda, related UCF memorabilia and newspaper clippings that highlight police activities both on campus and in the community.
Dr. Roger Handberg is a Political Science professor as well as the former chair of the Political Science Department. This collection of his papers contains essays presented at conferences, published articles, research reports, and interdepartmental memorandums. The arrangement of the materials, including the numbering system of the folders, was established by the office of Dr. Handberg.
The UCF Small Business Development Center was founded in 1980-81 to foster the growth of small businesses throughout the Central Florida area. The following are documents encompassing the four branches (Main, Brevard, Daytona, and Seminole) of the SBDC. The collection contains quarterly reports and training course records from the years 1998-2002.
Since his arrival at the University of Central Florida in 2001, Dr. James Wright worked on several publications, was directly involved in community organizations, and worked on the development of the University of Central Florida Sociology department. This collection of his papers contains documents related to these subjects.
The UCF Staff Council laid its groundwork in 1971 with its first chairman Richard V. Neuhaus. Since then the council has been involved in numerous activities including fund raisers, meetings, charter revisions, elections, and award dinners. This collection is the written records along with a few audio records of the staff council's accomplishments and undertakings from 1971-2010.
This collection contains the records from UCF's Student Government Association from 1983 through 2002. Many areas of student government are covered, including planning the student union, senate retreats, and monthly reports, but the bulk of files are forms completed by campus clubs and organizations requesting funds. These forms summarize the clubs aims, activities and membership numbers.
Donald Seay served as the chair and artistic director for the UCF Conservatory Theater from 1992 until 2004, when he then returned to teaching performance and theatre management. UCF Theatre experience immense growth under Dr. Seay and provided students and the community with entertaining productions during his tenure. This collection contains various documents, programs, affiliate information, photos, and awards relating to Dr. Donald Seay and the UCF Theatre Department.
Brochures, posters, news clippings and photographs document the productions and activities of the UCF Theatre program.
This collection contains correspondence, newsletters, meeting minutes, invitations to events, and photographs documenting the activities of the UCF Town and Gown Council, an organization committed to building bridges between the university and the Orlando community. Records from the Council's creation in 1982 until 2004 are included.
This collection includes documents pertaining to Michael Crumpton's involvement with Florida Technological University's Village Center, with the Association of College Unions International, and with proposing a new student union for FTU. The collection contains a phone survey used to research the university's name change from FTU to UCF, a proposal for a new student union, and a proposal for the Village Center's first minority committee.