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Usha Suryadevara

UF Engineer has made mentoring women in computer science an important part of her life

As her career in computer science advanced over the years, Usha Suryadevara (MSCS '01) realized some of the shortcomings and inequalities within the industry. This motivated her to start her journey as a mentor and work toward a more inclusive work environment.

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Bruce Rogow

UF Engineer shares how one piece of advice affected his entire career

In high school, Bruce J. Rogow (BSCE ‘67) received student leadership recognition at a luncheon at the Everglades Club in Palm Beach. Rogow had the opportunity to sit next to keynote speaker, General Douglas MacArthur, and accept advice that he’d live by throughout his collegiate and professional career.

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Matthew Bellman, Ph.D.

UF Engineer puts a “new spin” on electrical stimulation

“There are all of these people out there in the world who can’t move the way they would like to,” says Matthew Bellman, Ph.D., co-founder and chief technology officer of the Gainesville, Florida-based MYOLYN. “Movement is so important to the human experience. I can’t help but devote myself to solving that problem.”

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Usha Suryadevara

UF Engineer has made mentoring women in computer science an important part of her life

As her career in computer science advanced over the years, Usha Suryadevara (MSCS '01) realized some of the shortcomings and inequalities within the industry. This motivated her to start her journey as a mentor and work toward a more inclusive work environment.

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With a $50 million catalyst gift from Dr. Herbert & Nicole Wertheim and the Dr. Herbert & Nicole Wertheim Family Foundation, the college has embarked on a $300 million public-private partnership that will leverage support from the state, the university and from private donors, resulting in the biggest transformation in our history.

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