Vol. 22 No. 19, April 14, 2000
UCF Report; campus news; faculty and staff newsletter
UCF researchers look for genetic clues: UCF's Molecular Biology and Microbiology faculty are working in genetic research making major contributions; Chancellor defends Board of Regents: The chancellor called on the Legislature to conduct an in-depth discussion before modifying the educational governing structure; computer whiz first UCF student to win top national award: Computer science student Raymond Smith chosen as a Goldwater Scholar.
The UCF Report was a weekly publication of official information and news for the faculty and staff of the University of Central Florida. Its predecessor was the Accent (1967-1979). It ran from 1979 to 2000 as a printed publication. It was published every Wednesday during the academic year, and bi-weekly when classes were not in session and during the summer. Its name was changed to UCF Hot Sheet in 2000. Starting from 2001, the UCF Report became online (http://news.ucf.edu/UCFnews/).
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Number of Pages
University of Central Florida, "The UCF Report, Vol. 22 No. 19, April 14, 2000" (2000). The UCF Report. 612.