The mission of UCF’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), What’s Next: Integrative Learning for Professional and Civic Preparation, is to prepare our graduates to successfully enter and participate in the next steps of their professional and civic lives. What’s Next seeks to help students plan for their futures post-graduation: to not only set goals but to identify the knowledge and skills necessary to reach those goals. The initiative encourages students to connect their classroom knowledge and skills to real-world contexts and, thereby, to develop the ability to transfer knowledge and skills from one context to another. Finally, this initiative promotes opportunities for students to reflect on their experiences, to communicate their knowledge and experiences, and to develop the ability to successfully advocate for themselves in their lives beyond the university. Learn more at What’s Next?
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The UCF Libraries in partnership with the Office of Technology Transfer is celebrating World Intellectual Property Day this year.
On April 26 from 1:00-3:00pm, stop by the John C. Hitt Library to learn more about intellectual property. We will have a table set up near the entrance, and we will be ready for your questions and curiosity.
Bring questions for the experts at our table. Experts will include:
- Patent Attorney Sandra Sovinski (1:00-2:00pm)
- Licensing Associate John Miner (1:00-2:45pm)
- Scholarly Communication Librarian Sarah Norris (2:30-3:00pm)
- Patent and Trademark Librarian Missy Murphey (1:00-3:00pm)
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Florida artist Joy Postle Blackstone pioneered the art of depicting Florida wildlife like no other. She was deeply inspired by the sights, sounds, and scents of nature from an early age and this greatly influenced her as both an artist and as a writer. She developed her talent for capturing the world around her through mediums such as oil paints, watercolors, pencil sketches, pen and ink, as well as the written word though her writings and poetry. Joy’s dedication to her art propelled her through the hardships of the Great Depression, and she persevered. Her passion and devotion to her work has earned Joy a special place in the history of Central Florida. (more…)
Librarian Terrie Sypolt will be honored at UCF Founders Day as the winner of this year’s Excellence in Librarianship award!
Terrie is the Education and Human Performance Librarian. She provides research assistance, library instruction, and collection development for all departments in the College of Education.
Terrie began work at the UCF Libraries on April 1, 2001. We are proud of her excellent contribution to the Libraries, but are especially proud of her today. Congratulations, Terrie!