Fall 2019
UCF Announces New Master of Public Policy Program
UCF's Master of Public Policy is the first graduate program in public policy offered within the State University System of Florida. The research-based program debuts in fall 2020 on UCF's new downtown campus. 
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Focus Now Available 
The annual publication highlights the School's accomplishments, travels of our students, and provides a sneak-peek into what to expect from the School in the next year.
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Welcome New Faculty
Seongho An, Maritza Concha, and Young-joo Lee joined UCF to support the nationally-ranked and NASPAA-accredited nonprofit management program. 
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Students Help Others Work to Overcome Addictions
At 23, Richard Paul ’16MNM didn’t expect to see his next birthday. Now, he's using his past to help others overcome similar challenges. 
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UCF Students, Recent Graduates Earn Scholarships
A team of UCF researchers briefed emergency responders from across the state about their work looking at the impact of recent hurricanes. 
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UCF Grad Lands Emergency Management Job After Hurricane Experiences
After working with the local and state government to manage crises, the alum will use her expertise to help with hospital operations.
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3 SPA Alumni Recognized in Orlando's 40 Under 40
Kojelis Family, US Baltic Foundation Scholarships Helps Dual Degree Students
This award recognizes the men and women throughout the Central Florida region who have played a key role in shaping the community. SPA alums, Kathy Devault, Emily Hanna, and Lauren Nelson are recognized as game-changers in this year's list. 
Through the generosity of the Kojelis Family, the US Baltic Foundation's $250,000 donation will support students in the new dual undergraduate program in public administration and nonprofit management. 
Building Capacity, Changing the Community
Over the past six years, 90 nonprofit organizations have participated in capacity building seminars hosted by CPNM. The seminars, funded through a grant from the Orange County Citizens’ Commission for Children, provide Orange County nonprofits with training and technical assistance in areas such as financial management, strategic planning, nonprofit governance and grant writing.
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