2017-2018 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Feb 24, 2020  
2017-2018 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

About UCF



Overview

The University of Central Florida has come a long way since its inception in 1963. It is now a thriving, multi-campus university, with more than 64,000 students and nearly 200 graduate degree programs. In addition to its physical growth, UCF has become a prominent player in graduate education nationwide, offering innovative corporate partnerships, world-renowned faculty, and cutting-edge research. “About UCF” describes the University and its mission. In addition, this section describes the people and offices that make up UCF—including university, college, and school administration.

Mission Statement

The University of Central Florida is a public, multi-campus, metropolitan research university, dedicated to serving its surrounding communities with their diverse and expanding populations, technological corridors, and international partners. The mission of the university is to offer high-quality undergraduate and graduate education, student development, and continuing education; to conduct research and creative activities; and to provide services that enhance the intellectual, cultural, environmental, and economic development of the metropolitan region, address national and international issues in key areas, establish UCF as a major presence, and contribute to the global community.

UCF offers undergraduate education rooted in the arts and sciences, providing a broad liberal education while developing competence in fields of special interest. Unique aspects of UCF’s approach are its commitment to educate students for a world in which cooperation is as important as competition; in which societal and environmental impacts of new developments are as important as their technical merits; and in which technology, the arts, sciences, humanities, and commerce work together to shape the future.

The complexity of modern society requires comprehensive graduate and professional programs. UCF provides advanced education that matches institutional strengths with evolving regional, state, national, and international needs. It supports these advanced programs by recruiting excellent students, faculty, and staff and by supplying the infrastructure that enables these programs to achieve national prominence.

Basic and applied research, as well as creative activity, are integral parts of a quality education. UCF faculty members are scholar-teachers. As such, they create new knowledge, new points of view, and new means of expression in a broad range of academic, professional, and socially significant areas. Their creativity fosters innovation as they convey their results, methods, values, and expressions to students, colleagues, and the public.

UCF works actively to build partnerships that promote development of central Florida’s economy through carefully targeted programs of graduate study and research. The I-4 High-Technology Corridor Council, whose goal is to attract, retain, and expand high technology investment and jobs, is but the latest example of UCF’s collaboration with partners from industry, state and local government, and higher education.

Service to its community is an important extension of the metropolitan mission of the university. Public service is prominent at UCF, and the university develops partnerships with the community to enrich the educational, artistic, cultural, economic, and professional lives of those it serves in central Florida and beyond.

Education is more than classroom experience. UCF students are involved in cooperative research and participate in artistic, social, cultural, political, and athletic activities. UCF provides academic diversity by bringing to its campus national and international leaders who expose students and the community to a wide range of views and issues. UCF achieves cultural diversity by using its multi-campus facilities to serve a diverse population of traditional and nontraditional students from various races, cultures, and nationalities.

UCF is committed to the free expression of ideas, the equality of all people, and the dignity of the individual.

UCF Story

Graduate Education that Creates Opportunities

The University of Central Florida is one of the largest pre-eminent research universities in the country. Located in Orlando, one of the most dynamic metropolitan areas in the United States, UCF benefits from a diverse faculty and staff who create a welcoming environment. UCF is a university that creates and provides opportunities for students to grow, learn, and succeed.

As central Florida’s higher-education partner, UCF plays a major role in the region’s fast-paced growth through its community and corporate partnerships, its research programs, and the talents of its more than 230,000 alumni, over 64,000 students, and 12,000 faculty and staff. As a metropolitan research university, UCF is committed to innovative community partnerships, world-class research with local impact, and the integration of technology and learning.

Centers of Excellence

UCF’s colleges include Arts and Humanities, Sciences, Business Administration, Education and Human Performance, Engineering and Computer Science, Graduate Studies, Health and Public Affairs, Hospitality Management, Medicine, Nursing, and Optics and Photonics.

The university’s internationally renowned colleges, centers and institutes include the College of Optics and Photonics/CREOL (Center for Research and Education in Optics and Lasers), the Rosen College of Hospitality Management, the Advanced Materials Processing and Analysis Center (AMPAC), the Biomolecular Science Center, the Institute for Simulation and Training (IST), the Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC), the NanoScience Technology Center, the National Center for Forensic Science, the Florida Space Institute, and the Florida Photonics Center of Excellence. For additional information regarding these centers and institutes and other research programs, visit www.research.ucf.edu/centers.html.

Pride in Accomplishments

The reputation of any educational institution is best reflected in the accomplishments of its students, faculty, and alumni—and for a university that’s now more than 50 years old, UCF has moved rapidly from promise to academic prominence.

Campus Accomplishments

  • Once again, UCF ranked among U.S. News & World Report’s 100 Top Public Schools (2017).
  • UCF continues to rank among the top 50 “Best Values in Public Colleges” in the United States according to Kiplinger (2017).
  • UCF faculty ranked 19th in the nation among public universities for the number of U.S. patents they secured and 40th in the world, according to the National Academy of Inventors.
  • UCF and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service reached a historic agreement establishing a permanent research facility in the Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge on the beaches of Brevard County, one of the most important sea turtle nesting beaches in the Western Hemisphere.
  • In September 2016, the Florida Board of Governors officially recognized UCF as an “Emerging Preeminent Research University,” putting it on the path to attain equal footing with the state’s two Preeminent Research Universities, the University of Florida and Florida State University. The designation came with an additional $5 million in funding to further enhance quality.

Notable Programs and Awards

  • Twenty-two UCF graduate programs were ranked in the top 100 in their respective fields by U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools of 2018. Among these are Counselor Education, Industrial Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering, Nursing MS, and Nursing DNP.
  • UCF’s Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy was named the No. 1 graduate-level video game design school in North America by The Princeton Review. Graduates are working at more than 130 companies around the world, including Google, Disney, Microsoft, Nintendo and Industrial Light & Magic. The program celebrated its 10-year anniversary this past fall.
  • Once again, UCF’s online graduate Criminal Justice program ranked among the top 50 in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Online Program Rankings (2017).
  • For the second year in a row, a survey by Aviation Week magazine, the top aviation-industry publication in the country, found that UCF produces more engineering graduates who get jobs in aerospace and defense companies than any other university in the nation.
  • In November 2016, the UCF College of Medicine celebrated its 10th anniversary and began the process of starting a teaching hospital. UCF has partnered with Hospital Corporation of America to build the new hospital alongside the medical school in Lake Nona.
  • The Institute for Simulation & Training received a $2 million award from oilfield services company Schlumberger to analyze downhole tool operations and develop targeted learning and training programs.

Notable Research

  • College of Medicine scientist Dr. Annette Khaled’s lab has discovered a way to kill spreading breast cancer cells and her new technology has generated a licensing agreement that will accelerate the therapy’s path to clinical trials.
  • The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded a $1.3 million grant to a team led by UCF researcher Debashis Chanda, PhD to fund the development of a next-generation infrared detector that could be used in fields as varied as night vision, meteorology and space exploration.
  • Nazim Muradov, PhD of UCF’s Florida Solar Energy Center was named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors for his contributions to the field of clean alternative fuels. Dr. Muradov also received NASA’s Commercial Invention of the Year Award for his role in developing an innovative tape that can be used to detect hydrogen leaks.
  • A team of scientists from UCF’s NanoScience Technology Center has developed a new process for creating flexible supercapacitors that could eventually revolutionize technology as varied as mobile phones and electric vehicles.
  • Nanotechnology PSM student John Bittman was one of only six students in the state of Florida - anbd the only UCF student - to receive the Presidential Management Fellowship which will enable him to apply for federal positions in such agencies as the FBI, NASA, Centers for Disease Control, and the U.S. Secret Service, among others.

Degrees of Distinction

With 1,626 full-time faculty, the university offers 92 bachelor’s degrees, 86 master’s and MFA degrees, three specialist degrees, and 31 doctoral degrees as well as 78 graduate certificate programs and the Doctor of Medicine program.

The list of prominent alumni gets longer with each graduation ceremony. A sampler of notable alumni includes Kevin Beary, former Sheriff, Orange County, Florida; Juanita Black, president, Mental Health Association of Central Florida; Jim Atchison, President and CEO, SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment; John C. Bersia, Pulitzer Prize-winning writer; Phil Dalhausser, Olympic Gold Medalist, volleyball; Ericka Dunlap, Miss America 2004; Cheryl Hines, actress; R. Glenn Hubbard, former chair, U.S. Council of Economic Advisors; George Kalogridis, president, Walt Disney World Resort; Mark Miller, country music singer/songwriter, Sawyer Brown band; William W. Parsons, Jr., Director, NASA’s John C. Stennis Space Center; Angel Ruiz, president and CEO, Ericsson North America; Nicole Stott, space shuttle astronaut; Daniel Tosh, standup comedian/television host; and Al Weiss, President of Worldwide Operations, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.

International Impact

UCF’s growing cadre of international students adds both diversity and global connections to its central Florida community. More than 130 countries—most notably India, China, Canada, Vietnam, Jamaica, United Kingdom, and Colombia—are represented in the student body, and faculty research is taking place in areas ranging from South America to the Arctic polar ice cap.

UCF has study and research agreements with 98 institutions in 36 countries—providing learning and research opportunities for students and faculty in countries ranging from the Udmurt Republic to South Africa. The university’s Eastern Europe Linkage Institute alone maintains educational and research partnerships with 20 institutions in nine countries, including Russia, Ukraine, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Romania, Poland, and the United States. The student experience abroad does not stop in the classroom with opportunities available for students to travel internationally.

Strength in Diversity and Inclusiveness

Increasing diversity and inclusiveness is one of the central goals of UCF. The university is particularly proud of an aggressive minority recruitment plan, and minorities now account for nearly 20 percent of the faculty.

The student community includes Hispanic/Latino (15%), African-American (10%), and Asian/Pacific Islander (11%) students and represents 64 of Florida’s 67 counties, all 50 states, and 145 countries.

Partnerships and Community Service

One of UCF’s main objectives is to be America’s partnership university. Hundreds of joint projects are in place with community organizations and government agencies at all levels and corporations—ranging from collaborative research in nanoscience to neighborhood nursing clinics.

Two major partnerships target the region’s most prominent business sectors. The Rosen College of Hospitality Management will increase the university’s already significant commitment to the area’s tourism and hospitality sector. High-tech interests are being well-served by the Florida High Tech Corridor partnership—an initiative of UCF, University of South Florida and the University of Florida that now involves more than 25 local and regional economic development organizations, 14 community colleges and thousands of companies.

Orlando and Beyond

In addition to its 1,415-acre main campus in Orlando, UCF has area campuses in Daytona Beach, Cocoa, and Clermont; centers in Deland, Palm Bay, Melbourne, Kennedy Space Center, Downtown Orlando, South Orlando, Kirkman Road, and Lake Mary; and instructional sites in Deltona, Flagler, New Smyrna, Osceola, Celebration, Leesburg, Chiefland, Lecanto, and Sumterville giving students throughout central Florida the chance to take classes, pursue degrees, and interact with faculty and staff.

Pardon Our Dust

  • The Florida Board of Governors approved UCF’s plans to build a new campus in downtown Orlando. The new campus will open with 7,700 students in 2019.
  • An Interdisciplinary Research and Incubator building is under construction near Engineering II. This facility will be utilized by researchers from various UCF colleges and centers, including physics, chemistry, biology, materials characterization, optics and photonics, nanoscience and more.
  • A new 3,200-square-foot building located next to the Recreation and Wellness Center will house a Pollo Tropical restaurant as well as another Café Bustello location. This building is targeted for LEED Silver certification, a measure of the sustainable features in its construction and operation.
  • Garage C is expanding to include an additional 604 parking spaces.
  • Libra Drive was widened from two to four lanes between Research Parkway and Gemini Boulevard.

Virtual Campus

UCF’s virtual campus UCF Online is leading the way in the integration of technology, teaching, and learning. Twenty-five graduate degrees and 30 certificate programs are available online, in addition to many individual graduate-level courses. Essential student services, such as parking, course registration, and textbook purchases are also available online.

For more information on UCF’s online programs, visit www.ucf.edu/online.

UCF Athletics

For the third consecutive year, UCF student athletes are graduating at a higher rate than any other NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision public institution in the nation. UCF has an overall success rate of 93 percent - nine points above the national average of 84, according to the NCAA.

UCF Knights football competed in the 2016 Cure Bowl, raising $1.15 million for breast cancer research, including $250,000 for the research being conducted at UCF College of Medicine by Dr. Annette Khaled to stop metestatic cancer cells. 

Both UCF men’s and women’s basketball teams competed in the National Invitational Tournament in March.

Central Florida—A great place to be

UCF is located 13 miles east of downtown Orlando, 45 miles from the Atlantic Ocean and Cape Canaveral, and 100 miles from Tampa and the Gulf of Mexico. The area boasts world-class shopping and dining, amusement parks, lakes, golf courses, jogging and biking trails, and nature preserves.

UCF—A Time of Opportunity

The time is now for UCF—one of the fastest growing, metropolitan research universities in the country and a catalyst for economic development in central Florida. Significant in size, excellent in academics, and prominent in accomplishments, the University of Central Florida is one of Florida’s leading educational assets.

The University’s culture of opportunity is driven by the diverse people it attracts, its Orlando location, its history of entrepreneurship, and its youth, relevance and energy.

Facts

About the University

  • Status: One of 12 of Florida’s public universities
  • Location: In metropolitan Orlando area, 13 miles east of downtown Orlando
  • Carnegie Classification: Comprehensive Doctoral; Research Universities - Very High Research Activity
  • Number of Graduate Programs: 31 Doctoral, 83 Master’s, 78 Graduate Certificates, 3 Specialist Programs, and 1 Professional Program (Medicine)
  • Overall Student Enrollment in Fall 2016: 64,318
  • Graduate Enrollment in Fall 2016: 8,066, including 1,878 doctoral, 5,448 master’s, 378 certificate, 61 specialist, and 301 nondegree-seeking students
  • Class Offerings: Courses offered in Arts and Humanities, Business Administration, Education and Human Performance, Engineering and Computer Science, Graduate Studies, Health and Public Affairs, Hospitality Management, Medicine, Nursing, Optics and Photonics, and Sciences are offered at night, online and at UCF’s regional campuses.

About UCF Graduate Students

  • Graduate Student Characteristics, Spring 2016
    • Doctoral - 55 percent full-time students, 45 percent part-time students 
    • Master’s - 40 percent full-time students, 60 percent part-time students
    • Gender - 58 percent female, 42 percent male
  • Average Age of Graduate Students. Spring 2016: 32 years old
  • Ethnicity of Graduate Student Population, Spring 2016
    • White, Non-Hispanic - 54.77 percent
    • African American, Non-Hispanic - 10.32 percent
    • American Indian or Alaskan Native - Less than 1 percent
    • Asian - 11.39 percent
    • Hispanic/Latino - 15.04 percent
    • Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander - Less than 1 percent
    • Multi-racial - 1.78 percent
    • Not specified - 6.51 percent

Financial Support for Graduate Students

  • Assistantships - Each year over 1,500 graduate students are awarded graduate assistantships that provide financial support for their graduate education. 
  • Fellowships - Over 2 million dollars in support was awarded to doctoral and master’s students.
  • Tuition Remission - University fellows and graduate students appointed on full-time assistantships (20 hours per week) receive full resident (in-state) tuition remission. Students appointed on half-time assistantship appointments (10 hours per week) receive remission of one-half of the resident (in-state) tuition. All nonresident university fellow and graduate assistants with appointments totaling 20 hours per week are charged a “differential out-of-state fee” of $0.00.
  • Health Insurance - The College of Graduate Studies provides health insurance coverage for all university fellows and graduate assistants with appointments totaling 20 hours per week.

Research Activities 2016

Academic research fuels the innovation economy and UCF is an integral part of statewide efforts to attract, retain and grow high technology companies in Florida. UCF’s programs in engineering, optics and photonics, and simulation and training, biomedical science, computer science and nanoscience are among the best in the nation. In 2016 UCF researchers received $145.8 million in contracts and grants, the largest percentage of funds coming from the federal government, which has a vested interest in advancing knowledge and fueling America’s innovation pipeline.

Research faculty are the strength behind the development of new technologies. UCF’s incubation and entrepreneurship programs help turn those technologies into companies. UCF’s incubation and entrepreneurship programs help turn those technologies into companies.

  • Total Research Awards - $145.8 million
  • Total Federal Awards - $84 million
  • Total State Awards - $14.25 million
  • Total Industry Awards - $47.25 million
  • Patents - UCF holds more than 925 U.S. patents

UCF Centers and Institutes Research

  • Advanced Materials Processing and Analysis Center (AMPAC) - $1.24 million
  • Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC) - $6.27 million
  • Institute for Simulation and Training (IST) - $18.32 million
  • Florida Space Institute - $13.39 million

College Research

  • Education - $5.66 million
  • Engineering and Computer Science - $32.18 million
  • Health and Public Affairs - $7.72 million
  • Medicine - $9.03 million
  • Optics and Photonics (CREOL) - $17.09 million
  • Sciences - $13.81 million

State of Florida Board of Governors

Thomas G. Kuntz, Chair
Richard A. Beard III
Daniel Doyle, Jr.
Patricia Frost
Jacob Herbert, Student Representative
H. Wayne Huizenga, Jr.
Darlene L. Jordan
Sydney Kitson
Ned C. Lautenbach, Vice Chair
Alan M. Levine
Wendy S. Link
Edward A. Morton
Pam Stewart, Commissioner of Education
Norman D. Tripp
Gary S. Tyson
Fernando J. Valverde

University of Central Florida Board of Trustees

Marcos R. Marchena, Chairman
Robert Garvey, Vice Chair
Ken Bradley
Clarence H. Brown III, MD
Joseph Conte
Ray Gilley
Keith Koons, Faculty Senate Trustee
Alex Martins
Beverly Seay
John Sprouls
David Walsh
William Yeargin
Chris Clemente, Student Trustee

University of Central Florida Administration

President of the University John C. Hitt
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs A. Dale Whittaker
Vice President and General Counsel W. Scott Cole
Vice President Emerita, Community Relations Helen Donegan
Vice President for Student Development and Enrollment Services Maribeth Ehasz
Vice President for Medical Affairs and Dean, College of Medicine Deborah C. German
Vice President for Communications and Marketing Grant Heston
Vice President for Alumni Relations and Development Michael Morsberger
Vice President for University Relations Daniel Holsenbeck
Vice President for Administration and Finance William F. Merck II
Vice President and Chief of Staff John Schell
Vice President for Research and Dean of the College of Graduate Studies Elizabeth Klonoff
Vice President and Chief Information Officer Joel Hartman
Vice President and Director of Athletics Danny White

Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs

Provost and Executive Vice President A. Dale Whittaker
Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning and Dean, College of Undergraduate Studies Elizabeth Dooley
Vice President, Student Development and Enrollment Services Maribeth Ehasz
Vice President and Chief Information Officer Joel L. Hartman
Vice Provost for Faculty Excellence and International and Global Affairs Cynthia Young
Associate Provost and Associate Vice President for Budget, Planning and Administration Tracy Clark
Associate Provost and Chief of Staff for Academic Affairs Ronnie Korosec
Vice President for Research and Dean of the College of Graduate Studies Elizabeth Klonoff

Office of the Vice President for Community Relations

Vice President Emerita, Division of Community Relations Helen Donegan
Associate Vice President and Director, Community Relations Maritza Martinez
Associate Vice President, Community Relations; Director, Metropolitan Center for Regional Studies Diane Trees
Assistant Vice President, Constituent Relations Glenna Oro
Assistant Vice President, Constituent Relations Ana Petkov
Director, Diplomacy Program Ambassador Harriet Elam-Thomas
Director, Global Perspectives Office; Special Assistant to the President for Global Perspectives John Bersia

Office of the Vice President for Student Development and Enrollment Services (SDES)

Vice President for Student Development and Enrollment Services Maribeth Ehasz
Associate Vice President and Dean of Students, SDES Adrienne Otto Frame
Associate Vice President, Enrollment Services Gordon D. Chavis, Jr.
Associate Vice President, Administration and Student Life Sharon L. Ekern
Associate Vice President, Student Success DeLaine Priest
Associate Vice President, Student Engagement and Leadership Development Kerry Welch
Assistant Vice President, Community Support Belinda Boston
Assistant Vice President, Learning Support Services Mark Gumble
Assistant Vice President, Budgets and Personnel David Pavlonnis
Assistant Vice President, Student Neighborhood Relations and Safety Education A.J. Range
Assistant Vice President, Operations Richard S. Payne
Assistant Vice President, Advising and Career Services Chanda Torres
Assistant Vice President, Strategic Initiatives and Communications Briant K. Coleman
Executive Director and University Registrar Brian Boyd
Executive Director, Career Services Lynn Hansen
Executive Director, Housing and Residence Life Christi Hartzler
Executive Director, Student Accessibility Services Adam Meyer
Executive Director, Student Health Services Michael Deichen
Executive Director, Recreation and Wellness Center James Wilkening
Executive Direct and Assistant Dean of Students, Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities Dana Juntunen

Office of the Vice Provost for Regional Campuses

Vice Provost, Regional Campuses Jeffrey Jones
Associate Vice Provost, Regional Campuses, Academic and Student Initiatives Pam Cavanaugh
Assistant Vice Provost, Regional Campuses, Administrative Affairs Kimberley Cole
Associate Vice President, UCF Sanford/Lake Mary and Altamonte Springs David J. Mealor
Assistant Vice President, UCF Daytona Beach Linda Bradley Thacker
Assistant Vice Provost, UCF Valencia West and Osceola Kimberly Hardy
Regional Director, UCF Cocoa and Palm Bay Lauren Miller
Regional Director, UCF South Lake, Leesburg and Ocala Tanya Armstrong

Office of the Vice President for Research and Dean of the College of Graduate Studies

Vice President for Research and Dean of the College of Graduate Studies Elizabeth Klonoff
Associate Vice President, Research and Scholarship Debra Reinhart
Associate Vice President, Commercialization and Innovation Tom O’Neal
Assistant Vice President, Research and Commercialization Michael Macedonia
Assistant Vice President, Research and Commercialization Pallavoor Vaidyanathan
Senior Associate Dean, College of Graduate Studies John Weishampel
Associate Dean, College of Graduate Studies Devon Jensen
Assistant Dean, College of Graduate Studies Tracy Jones

Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning and Dean of the College of Undergraduate Studies

Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning and Dean of the College of Undergraduate Studies Elizabeth A. Dooley
Associate Dean, College of Undergraduate Studies Keisha Hoerrner
Director, Academic Advancement Programs Michael Aldarondo-Jeffries
Associate Dean, College of Undergraduate Studies, Executive Director, Karen L. Smith Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning Melody Bowdon
Director, EXCEL Program Melissa Dagley
Director, Quality Enhancement Program Anna Jones
Assistant Vice President, Operational Excellence and Assessment Support Patrice Lancey
Director, Office of Pre-Health and Pre-Law Advising Erin Myszkowski
Assistant Dean, College of Undergraduate Studies, Academic Planning Harrison Oonge
Assistant Dean, College of Undergraduate Studies, Director, Undergraduate Research Kimberly Schneider
Director, Experiential Learning Jason Jude Smith
Director, Interdisciplinary Studies TBA

Office of University Relations

Senior Vice President for University Relations and Senior Counsel to the President Daniel C. Holsenbeck
Senior Associate Vice President for University Relations and Director of State and Local Government Affairs Fred Kittinger
Assistant Vice President for University Relations and Director, Federal Relations Greg Schuckman
Assistant Vice President for University Relation and Director, University Economic Development Edward Schons
Assistant Vice President for University Relation and Director, Defense Transition Services Alzo J. Reddick

Division of Communications and Marketing

Vice President, Communications and Marketing Grant J. Heston
Assistant Vice President, University Marketing Patrick Burt
Assistant Vice President, News and Information Chad Binette
Assistant Vice President, Strategic Communications and Marketing Christine Dellert
Assistant Vice President, Strategic Initiatives Tom Hope
Assistant Vice President, Strategic Initiatives and Communications Briant K. Coleman
Executive Director, WUCF TV Phil Hoffman