Five Things Alumni Need to Know This Week – July 16, 2018

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1. The 2018 ChargeOn Tour will make its final stop in Orlando on Aug. 10, starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Wall Street Plaza in downtown Orlando. This ChargeOn Tour event is free to the public and is for fans of all ages.

2.“I still remember seeing the email and asking, is this for real?” – Albert Manero ’12 ’14MS ’16PhD.

Limbitless Solutions will receive a $1 million bequest – and it all started with what looked like spam email.

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback and former UCF football star Josh Robinson was featured in this heartwarming story by ESPN on the growth of his family. He and his wife, Julianna, who are parents to two biological children, share the long journey of adopting twin boys, now 4-weeks old. Robinson played three seasons for the Knights before being selected in the third round of the 2012 NFL Draft.

4. UCF set a personal record in research funding for 2018 with $183 million. Faculty and graduate students are conducting a range of research pertaining to suicide, energy, tourism, HIV, cancer, apps and human behavior, civics education, language acquisition, cyber security, sea level rise, building energy conservation, species conservation, crowd counting, sinkholes, and art’s impact on health.

5. Last, and certainly not least, we want to hear from YOU! If you’ve recently gotten married, a new job, a promotion, or simply want to update your address with us, submit a class note or contact update to share your news with UCF Alumni! Who knows – your accomplishments might just make it into the next issue of Pegasus.

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