Florida Technological University
Found in 75 Collections and/or Records:
University of Central Florida Center for Research and Education in Optics and Lasers (CREOL) Office Records
The Center for Research and Education in Optics and Lasers was founded in 1986 and is currently recognized as a center for excellence regarding research in a wide range of optics and photonics technologies. This collection contains conference materials and correspondence related to CREOL and its first director M. J. Soileau.
This collection contains documents, correspondence, newsletters and ephemera relating to the College of Health and Public Affairs (COHPA) and its School of Public Administration. The majority of the collection was given by Dr. Wendell Lawther, who began teaching at UCF in 1984 and was a professor for the COHPA Department of Public Administration (later School of Public Administration) for thirty years.
The collection contains video cassettes and DVD copies of graduation ceremonies for UCF undergraduate, graduate, and PhD students.
Florida Technological University, now the University of Central Florida, set out in 1968 to create a program of nursing that would be accessible to students in Central Florida. This collection contains the correspondence, minutes, and curriculum pertaining to the creation and implementation of the Department of Nursing at UCF. In 1995, the Department of Nursing became the School of Nursing and in 2007, the school became the College of Nursing, which is the university's eleventh college.
This collection is organized in one chronological series and seven subseries that includes items such as constitutional revisions, meeting minutes, surveys, analyses, reports and correspondence as well as many other miscellaneous senate documents.
This collection contains audits and associated materials created by the University of Central Florida's Office of Finance and Accounting.
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.
Correspondences, news clippings, photographs and advertisements document the Distinguished Lecturers series sponsored by the Judaic Studies Program. Lecture subjects range from the Holocaust to Modern Israeli issues.
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 Medical Record Administration program, now known as Health Information Management program, was founded in 1969 to assist students in learning medical record-keeping. This collection includes accreditation documents, correspondence, and meeting minutes.
Audio recordings and programs of graduate student recitals from UCF Music Department.
Academic year programs for faculty, student, and guest artist performances from the UCF Music Department.
Contains materials regarding the University of Central Florida press releases and other University news related information. The collection is an alphabetical subject file containing the collected materials of the News and Information Office. Topics include information on UCF departments, organizations, events and building projects. Folders primarily contain information used for research to develop press releases and contacts with the media.
This collection contains booklets, magazines, pamphlets, and invitations relating to the fraternity and sorority life at UCF.
This collection encompasses the Office of Graduate Studies at Florida Technological University and the University of Central Florida from 1970 until 1991. Although the Office changed names and directors numerous times throughout the twenty year time span of the collection, it collected the same information on how various graduate programs at the University were initiated and information about the programs once they were begun.
Files of the Division of Sponsored Research in the Office of Research and Graduate Studies.
The Office of the General Counsel strives to protect the University of Central Florida from adverse legal and financial consequences and to provide counseling to university units and departments by using the foundational principles that guide the conduct, performance, and decisions of the university. This collection of records contains documents relating to the General Counsel's dealings with the legal advice and cases the university has been involved in the past.
University of Central Florida Office of the President: John C. Hitt Presidential Inauguration Collection
The collection contains materials created and used by the UCF Presidential Inauguration Committee for the inauguration celebration of UCF's fourth president, John C. Hitt. Event maps, brochures, correspondence, budgets, inauguration day materials, President Hitt's inauguration speech, and letters of congratulation from academic institutions world wide are found here.
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.
University of Central Florida Office of the Vice-President for Academic Affairs: Carroll B. Gambrell, Jr. Records
Carroll B. Gambrell, Jr., was the first Vice-President for Academic Affairs of Florida Technological University (FTU) serving from 1967 until 1978. This collection of his administrative records documents his contributions to the academic field at FTU/UCF. It includes important information on the accreditation of academic programs such as engineering, and also includes material from conferences and board meetings throughout the Florida State university system.
This collection encompasses the file archives of the Office of the Vice President for Research for the University of Central Florida, Michael Bass. It includes read files, or a description of University events in a given month, correspondence files, information regarding partnerships with outside institutions, collaboration with University institutions and general administrative files.
University of Central Florida Office of the Vice President of Academic Affairs: Leslie L. Ellis Papers
This collection contains correspondence, documents, pamphlets, and photographs documenting the work of the Office of Vice President for University Relations.
Patrick Cucci, was a UCF wrestling coach in the 1980s. His collection of memorabilia, news clippings, and correspondence documents the team's history during that period.
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.