UCF Adaptive Community
UCF Adaptive Community is a program that pairs UCF faculty, staff, and student volunteers with members of the Orlando community who have survived a neurological injury such as a brain injury, stroke, or spinal cord injury. The program involves three different opportunities for participant and volunteer engagement: adaptive sports, Aphasia Choir, and Adaptive Community Theater. Learn more about UCF Adaptive Community here: http://today.ucf.edu/ucf-launches-adaptive-recreational-program-neuro-atypical-community/ and here: http://sciences.ucf.edu/psychology/adaptive-community/
The Peaceful Transition of Power: Should it be celebrated?
Listen to one of our community council members in his latest podcast about Christian viewpoints on a presidential tradition.CLICK HERE and Listen to the Episode on the web
Recruiting local “citizen curators” to develop exhibits based on the theme of “Eliminationism and Resilience.” The inspiration for this is the Pulse nightclub attack and we’re hoping to have an exhibit ready this June to help commemorate the first anniversary of this event. The theme, however, extends beyond this one event to address issues related to racism, discrimination, and any social movement that strives to marginalize others. http://www.cah.ucf.edu/citizencurator/