After participating in an R.E.U. program at CREOL in 2006, Trenton Ensley decided to pursue his graduate career at UCF. He obtained his Master’s degree in Optics from CREOL and is currently pursuing his PhD. “The ability to learn from some of the top professors in the world in a research-based environment is the main reason why I chose UCF as my place of study,” he says.
After receiving her BS in Optics in China, Linghui Rao continued her graduate study in Optics in UCF. She is fascinated with the high quality education and cutting-edge research in the College of Optics and Photonics. “It’s been a great experience to study in this world-renowned college for optics science and engineering,”
Dana Kohlgraf-Owens received her BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from The Ohio State University. "What I love most about CREOL is that it's large enough to provide an incredibly diverse array of optics related research opportunities yet small enough that we form a close knit community with numerous formal and informal collaborations and social gatherings."