The Future of AI Speaker Series

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The Future of AI Speaker Series at the Herbert Wertheim College Engineering is aimed at igniting ideas and fostering high level discussion among academe, industry, policymakers and other stakeholders at the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering.

Current lectures feature Walden C. Rhines, Ph.D., President and CEO of Cornami, Inc. and Bill Gattle (BSME ’84, MS ’87), President of Space Systems at L3Harris Technologies.

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Charles M. Lovings

B.S. '68, Electrical Engineering

In celebration of Black History Month, the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering is honored to recognize Charles M. Lovings, who broke barriers as the first African American to graduate with an engineering degree from the University of Florida. He graduated in 1968 with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and to this day continues a very successful career.

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Dan and Teresa Nieten

BSECE ’92; MSCE ’04; Ph.D., CE ‘11 (Dan); BSECE ’92; MSCE ’04; Ph.D., CE ‘11 (Teresa)

Triple Gators Dan and Teresa Nieten met at UF as undergraduates in engineering. Several years ago, the Nietens decided to give back to their home away from home by creating a scholarship for undergraduate CISE students. This year, The Nieten Award for Undergraduate Students, which focuses on first-generation and military dependent students, was awarded for the first time to Jack Wittmayer.

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The Future of AI Speaker Series

Online Now

The Future of AI Speaker Series at the Herbert Wertheim College Engineering is aimed at igniting ideas and fostering high level discussion among academe, industry, policymakers and other stakeholders at the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering.

Current lectures feature Walden C. Rhines, Ph.D., President and CEO of Cornami, Inc. and Bill Gattle (BSME ’84, MS ’87), President of Space Systems at L3Harris Technologies.

Watch VideosEngineering Webinars

See How We're Transforming the Future

On Oct. 1, 2015, Dr. Herbert and Nicole Wertheim and the Herbert & Nicole Wertheim Family Foundation gave a $50 million gift that catalyzed a $300 million public-private partnership to bring about the biggest transformation in the history of our college.

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