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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Neptune Celebrates 175th Birthday, Still a Mystery Worth Solving
UCF faculty talk about the solar system’s outermost giant planet and why unlocking its secrets matter.
3 UCF Graduate Students Awarded National Scholarships, More Than Any Other Institution in the Nation
The Directed Energy Professional Society selects outstanding students conducting research at UCF’s Center for Directed Energy.
Deepak Chopra Joins UCF College of Medicine To Teach Integrative Medicine
Chopra will share his extensive knowledge of holistic health to provide electives and other programs related to the mind/body connection, health, and well-being.
Baseball’s Name Changes Should Stop with the Cleveland Guardians
Yes, there have been some offensive team nicknames, but do we need to keep looking at the distant past to be offended?
UCF Honored with 7th Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award
UCF is among 100 colleges and universities to earn the national award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine.
UCF Emergency Management Receives Recognition from National Weather Service Melbourne
The UCF Department of Emergency Management was named the 2021 WeatherReady Nation Ambassador of Excellence for East Central Florida in September. Each year, the National…
New UCF Co-led Study Will Focus on Keeping Intimate Partner Violence Survivors Safe
The researchers will create evidence-based, intimate partner violence pretrial safety assessment guides for judges to use when considering pretrial release in intimate partner violence cases.
Someone Ate My Directed Energy Experiment for Breakfast
George Kiriazes, an undergraduate research assistant in the Laser-Plasma Lab at the Center for Directed Energy, learned first-hand that experiments often have unexpected twists and…
10 UCF Graduate Students Awarded Florida Space Grant Consortium Fellowships
Students will receive awards ranging from $5,000 to $10,000 each to continue their education, which will help advance space-related technology and exploration.