New books from faculty to add to your winter break reading list
December 02, 2019 Discover the perfect book to cozy up with over winter break among a list of seven of the College of Arts and Humanities’ most recent faculty publications.
$3.4 million grant to help homeowners evaluate property risks
October 22, 2019 Dr. Sonia Stephens of English and Texts & Technology is part of the team developing the program. She is a co-principal investigator of the project.
English professor Tison Pugh wins international book award
October 02, 2019 Following a series of awards earlier this year, UCF English professor Tison Pugh has been honored for excellence in writing and teaching with the 2019 Teaching Literature Book Award.
New faculty members strengthen the arts & humanities
August 26, 2019 Please join us in welcoming our new colleagues in the College of Arts and Humanities.
English professor Tison Pugh wins national award for LGBTQ book
June 20, 2019 Professor Tison Pugh’s book, “The Queer Fantasies of the American Family Sitcom” won The Popular Culture Association John Leo and Dana Heller Award for the Best Work in LGBTQ Studies.
English assistant professor Jake Wolff publishes debut novel
June 14, 2019 Assistant English professor Jake Wolff shares his inspiration for his first novel, “The History of Living Forever” as well as his thoughts on UCF, advice for young writers and more.
Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts & Wellness Innovation Awards
May 22, 2019 Apply for the Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts & Wellness Innovation Awards now through October 10. Two winners will be selected and receive $25,000 each. The purpose of the awards is to build sustainable models for arts and wellness innovation both across the community and UCF campus.
2 CAH alumni receive Fulbright Award
May 16, 2019 Two CAH graduates have received prestigious Fulbright awards that will allow them to travel abroad to pursue research and educational opportunities or teach English.
UCF researchers bring 1755 literary work into digital age
May 16, 2019 A grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities is helping bring Samuel Johnson’s A Dictionary of the English Language into the the digital age.
Students, faculty involved in NPR News’ NextGenRadio
May 03, 2019 UCF’s Nicholson School of Communication and Media and WUCF-TV partnered with Central Florida’s WMFE 90.7FM to bring the program to Orlando April 29-May 3. Four of the six students selected to participate in Orlando’s “boot camp” are from UCF.
17 CAH faculty members receive promotion or tenure
April 16, 2019 Fostering the success of our faculty and staff is critical to meeting the mission of the College of Arts and Humanities. This year, 17 faculty members received promotions or tenure.
Star Wars: May the Course Be With You
April 09, 2019 Coming to the UCF galaxy fall of 2019, Special Topics: Star Wars will focus on the popular films’ storytelling techniques and is open to all majors.
5 Arts & Humanities faculty members receive emeritus status
April 03, 2019 Five retiring UCF College of Arts and Humanities faculty members received emeritus status in 2019: Paul Dombrowski, José Fernández, Paolo Giordano, Daniel Jones and Donald Stap.
Arts and Humanities faculty members honored for excellence
April 03, 2019 Faculty members from across the college were honored at the 2019 Founders’ Day Honors Convocation, which recognizes UCF faculty members and students from across disciplines for their academic achievements, contributions and tenures.
CAH Staff Awards recognize hard work, dedication of staff
March 29, 2019 The 2019 CAH Staff Awards recognized 22 staff members for their years of service, hard work and commitment to making UCF great.
UCF poet and musician collaborate on emotional choral piece
March 15, 2019 Based on a poem by UCF English professor Chrissy Kolaya, music professor Alex Burtzos’ choral piece “Mirabilis” will be performed by the UCF Chamber Singers at UCF Celebrates the Arts.
UCF English professor’s new alum-published novel haunts, entertains
March 11, 2019 For fans of fantasy, science-fiction, and UCF faculty success, creative writing professor Dr. Micah Dean Hicks’ novel, “Break the Bodies, Haunt the Bones,” will creep you out in a good way.
With help from University Archives, English students create pieces for UCF Celebrates the Arts
February 25, 2019 By doing archival research at the John C. Hitt Library, Dr. Louise Kane’s students found inspiration for their literary modernism final projects, which will be showcased at UCF Celebrates the Arts on April 5-6, 2019.
Creative Writing MFA student Caitlin Lochner “displays promise as YA author”
February 20, 2019 Caitlin published her first novel, A Soldier and a Liar, this month. She’s on a speaking engagement tour this weekend around Florida.
Dept. of English brings award-winning authors to campus
February 01, 2019 Award-winning fiction writers Bonnie Jo Campbell and Anna Levi will read their works and answer audience questions during on-campus events this month.