Janice Michelle Rodriguez-Perez is the Summer 2020 Diplomacy, Peace and Security Studies Senior Intern for the Office of Global Perspectives and International Initiatives. She is a Senior at University of Central Florida pursuing an undergraduate degree in International and Global Studies, with a minor in National Security and Intelligence. Upon graduation, she plans on pursuing a graduate degree in International Communications. A student of Mandarin and Turkish, Rodriguez has traveled to the Caribbean and Mexico.
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Virtual events are new territory for many of us, so be patient and flexible.
Student Success Initiatives Benefit from Record Numbers on Giving Tuesday
More than 600 donors contributed to support funds for UCF students on the global day of generosity.
UCF Researcher Part of New NASA Mission to Map Water on Moon
The Lunar Trailblazer Mission will create high-resolution maps, which will be important for crewed and robotic missions to the moon.
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Arecibo Observatory’s Telescope Collapses
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UCF Alum Featured in Hulu Holiday Hit “Happiest Season”
Dominique Allen Lawson ’14 landed a supporting role in the romantic comedy heralded as a breakthrough movie for the LGBTQ+ community.
UCF Experts Weigh in as Coronavirus Captures Headlines
UCF faculty and staff in various fields share their expertise with local and national media.
College of Community Innovation and Education Student Wins UCF 3MT Research Competition
Ten finalists competed for scholarships. Graduate students from the College of Engineering and Computer Science and the College of Sciences rounded out the top spots.
UCF Student Places 2nd at National Cybersecurity Competition
Graduate student Michael Roberts ’19 beat more than 450 students from across the nation in the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2020 CyberForce Competition.