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  • UCF medical school one step closer to accreditation

     
    The College of Medicine at the University of Central Florida has received the second of three approvals needed to become accredited so it can award medical degrees, the university announced this morning. The Liaison Committee on Medical Education, a...
  • Photos: Nelson talks space with KSC, industry leaders

     
    U.S. Senator Bill Nelson (D-Fla) joined a panel of experts to discuss the future of manned space flight during the Forward Florida space forum in downtown Orlando, Friday. In addition to Nelson, who flew on the space shuttle Columbia in 1986, the panel...
  • NASA’s path, Kennedy Space Center’s post-shuttle future: “Clear”

     
    U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Florida, Kennedy Space Center Director Robert Cabana and others appearing on a panel discussion in Orlando Friday morning expressed commitment to the same future for space flight: A mix of commercial and public launches of various...
  • Libyan students in Florida get a reprieve, can continue studies

     
    There is hardly any good news out of Libya, but students from the North African country studying at U.S. colleges and universities could breathe a small sigh of relief on Wednesday. Over the past few months, students at a number of Florida schools and...
  • UCF Conservatory Theatre presents ‘Veronica’s Room’

     
    WHAT: UCF Conservatory Theatre is staging “Veronica’s Room,” a chilling mystery-thriller by Ira Levin, famous for “Deathtrap” and “Rosemary's Baby.” It opens tonight. The plot: A young couple out on a date in 1973...
  • White House honors Space Coast businesses, educators, others

     
    The White House Friday recognized 10 Space Coast educators, space officials and economic development leaders with a “Champions of Change” designation – declaring that they are helping America “out-innovate, out-educate and out-...
  • Orlando Chamber Soloists in residence at South Dakota Chamber Music Festival

     
    Musicians from Central Florida are among those spending part of the summer educating and entertaining residents of the economically depressed regions of South Dakota's Black Hills and Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Harpist Dawn Marie Edwards is the the...
  • ‘Love, Sex and the IRS’ from UCF Conservatory Theatre

     
    UCF Conservatory Theatre presents ‘Love, Sex and the IRS,'  a farce full of twists of fate, sight gags and mistaken identities, opening Thursday, July 7. Two male, out-of-work musicians named Jon and Leslie are rooming together to save money. Jon...
  • At UCF, rare music manuscript yields clues to its history

     
    Like a detective hunting for clues, Kathleen Sewright pores over a fragile music manuscript on an upper floor of University of Central Florida’s library. There is a mystery afoot: What is the history of the extremely rare, centuries-old...
  • Seminole State College announces 2011-12 music schedule

     
    Seminole State College has a slew of music events lined up for the coming season. Here's the schedule of musical offerings planned at the college (a few nonmusic but artsy discussions take place in the “ArtsMatters” series); all events take...
  • Super Bowl advertising fails to reflect diversity of audience, study shows

     
    Super Bowl television commercials, and the advertising agencies producing them, remain out of step with the diversity of the audience for the nation???s most popular sporting event, according to a study released Wednesday at the University of Central...
  • Volusia schools deputy superintendent takes professor job at Stetson

     
    Longtime Volusia County schools administrator Chris Colwell is leaving the school district to teach at Stetson University in DeLand. Colwell recently announced he's retiring as Volusia's deputy superintendent for instructional services to become an...