Abigail Reynolds is the Summer 2020 African Affairs Intern for the Office of Global Perspectives and International Initiatives. She is a junior at the University of Central Florida pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, with a minor in Philosophy. Reynolds is a member of the Philosophical Society and works as a peer mentor at the Office of Honors Research and Prestigious Awards. Her research interests include democracy and African affairs. Upon graduation, she plans on pursuing a career as a foreign policy analyst. A student of Spanish, Reynolds has traveled to South Africa and several countries in Western Europe.
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Martin Luther King Jr. and the Collective Effort to Live, Learn and Love
Love for one’s community does not happen automatically or easily. It is created and promoted through respect and dignity for others.
‘Let the World Feed You’
Now in its second semester, UCF’s Matters of Diversity with Dr. B podcast emphasizes unity and community by focusing on what we have in common.
Theatre UCF Returns to the Stage this Spring
Tickets go on sale Jan. 19 for three outdoor performances scheduled this semester for audiences to enjoy on campus and downtown.
Now is Right Time to Heed Washington’s 1st Inaugural Address — a Call to Unity
The president’s speech advocated no specific policies, but he outlined his vision of the nation’s destiny.
2 Business Magazines Honor Community Leaders with UCF Connections
Both publications select Board of Trustees Chair Beverly Seay for their awards.
UCF Students Match Into Competitive Military Medical Residencies
Four Knights will train at hospitals across the country, including the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
UCF Researchers Use Advanced Light to Reveal How Different Biofuels Behave
The work is part of a U.S. Department of Energy initiative to identify cleaner burning and renewable alternatives to gasoline.
Arecibo Observatory Helps Researchers Find Possible ‘First Hints’ of Low-Frequency Gravitational Waves
Although the researchers used Arecibo Observatory data, they are no longer able to make observations using the observatory since it collapsed in December following broken…
UCF Engineering and Biology Researchers Collaborate to Aid Coral Reef Restoration
UCF researchers tested how well staghorn coral skeletons withstand the forces of nature and humans in a new study. The findings will inform efforts to…