University of Central Florida
Found in 86 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains photographs, news clippings, and personal letters that are about Charles Millican. The photographs range from social events to private family photos.
The Art History Club at UCF collection documents the history of the club from 2011 to 2015. Materials in this collection include officer files of the club's president, such as meeting agendas, event fliers, and memorabilia.
This document explains the types of biotic communities found on the Florida Technological University Campus in 1971 and makes recommendations for actions to preserve those communities as the campus develops. The university was renamed in 1979 to the University of Central Florida.
The early foundations of the Florida Technological University tennis team finds its roots in four key players recruited by Dr. Alexander Wood. One of these players, Craig Linton, Jr. had a successful career in the sport. He received the blanket for his strong record.
The collection houses items that belonged to Edward J. Gantner, Jr., a starter in the University of Central Florida Fighting Knights football team from 1979 to 1981, a professional football player in United States Football League and played for the Tampa Bay Bandits as Defensive Tackle and Jacksonville Bulls as an Offensive Lineman, and became a professional wrestler in 1985 until 1987.
The Educators' Oral History Collection is the product of class projects undertaken by graduate students at the UCF College of Education between 1997 and 2002. Included in these audio and video interviews are educators from the elementary, secondary, and collegiate institutions within the Central Florida area discussing the social and working conditions that have, and continue to, affect their profession.
In 1974 and 1975 the FTU College of Arts and Humanities, in cooperation with the Florida Endowment for the Humanities, sponsored two series of lectures targeting moral issues resulting from medical advancement. This collection comprises the audio and video records of those lectures.
A collection of letters, memoranda, reports and news releases, which documents the establishment of CREOL.
A collection of 28 recordings of Professor Howard Whitley Eves teaching his Spring Semester class, the History of Mathematics, at the University of Central Florida. Professor Eves taught at the University of Central Florida from 1986 to 1991. The subject ranges from mathematics in the natural world to the development of mathematics across the globe during the early Middle Ages.
John Marini was a former UCF basketball player and later a director responsible for information and generating excitement regarding UCF's athletic teams. This collection of records contains memorabilia relating to John Marini's career at UCF.
Dr. Cyndia Morales Muñiz is a UCF Alumna who works as UCF’s Director of HSI Culture and Partnerships. Her collection contains information regarding several organizations, programs, and events tailored towards the Latino and Hispanic population at the University of Central Florida.
These materials consist of DVDs and advertising materials for the Lou Frey Institute of Politics and Government symposia at the University of Central Florida.
Mary Monroe was a theatre student at FTU in the 1970s. Her collection of photographs, news clippings, and programs document the theatre performances during that time.
In the 1970s, Michael Berman was taking photographs for the Theatre Department of the Florida Technological University (now, University of Central Florida) and the campus newspaper, the Central Florida Future. Taken while attending and then working at the university, the collection contains black and white and color negatives that depict moments of the everyday life at the university, theatrical acts, various events both on and outside of campus, portraits, as well as nature scenes.
The collection holds footage of primarily the UCF Knights Football team in various media formats, photographs, newspaper articles, journal articles, posters, ephemera, as well as those relating to Michael O'Shaughnessy.
The Orlando Shakespeare Theater Collection contains playbills, programs, reviews, newspaper clippings, films, cassettes, reels, and schedules. It also includes items relating to the Orlando-UCF Shakespeare Festival Partnership (OSF) such as Simply Shakespeare, Central Florida's first Shakespearean troupe, and the UCF Shakespeare Summer Institute as well as the NEH grant funded faculty study project "Hamlet: Exploring the Renaissance Mind in Action" which was presented in the Summer 1991.
This collection contains twenty reels of 16mm film showing six games from the UCF Football team's third season in 1981. The games include Elizabeth City State University, Savannah State, Alabama A&M, West Georgia, Hampden-Syndey, and Bethune Cookman.
In 1988 the University of Central Florida celebrated the 25th anniversary of its founding in 1963. This collection contains documents, correspondence, invitations, and programs from the events held to celebrate the university's anniversary.
This collection includes documents pertaining to the formation of the University of Central Florida's Academic Advising Council as well as its administration, initiatives, and achievements. There is also an official Academic Advising Statement and the Academic Advising handbook created for faculty.
Originally a volunteer organization, the UCF Alumni Association was founded in 1971 to foster relationships between the university and its alumni. Included in this collection are minutes, correspondence, brochures and related materials detailing the association's administration and outreach programs.
This collection contains scrapbooks, loose materials, and publications related to the UCF Arboretum. Comprised mostly of photographs, the collection also contains pamphlets, articles, and concept drawings.
The Assistant Director of Maintenance Records contain information concerning the growth of UCF since its inception. Among the documents in the collection are building blueprints, memos, work orders, photographs, letters, and official correspondence that detail UCF's physical growth.