Villanueva receives NSF grant

Dr. Villanueva Alarcón received a ~$800,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to lead a one-of-a kind mentoring hub for BIPOC engineering contingent faculty. This grant is a collaboration with Dr. Murzi at Virginia Tech & Dr. Martinez-Cola at Morehouse… Read More

IPPD Team Gearware wins Best Student Poster

Our IPPD Team Gearware won the Best Student Poster Award at the 2022 Capstone Design Conference at the University of Texas at Dallas.  They presented their Immersive 3D Asset Viewer project which was sponsored by Fanatics.  Congratulations to Robert Obendorf,… Read More

Guest Editorial Published in Journal of Engineering Education

Dr. Idalis Villanueva wrote this guest editorial about expanding research approaches in engineering education through multi-modal approaches. View the editorial below. J of Engineering Edu – 2022 – Alarc n – Situating multi‐modal approaches in engineering education research – Idalis… Read More

Idalis Villanueva Awarded for Teaching

Dr. Idalis Villanueva received the 2021 UF CTE Exemplary Online Award with an additional distinction for Quality of Course Materials for her graduate course, EGN6933 Online Pedagogy for Engineers! The Exemplary Online Awards recognize exemplary and innovative practices in online… Read More

Faculty Positions

The Department of Engineering Education at the University of Florida is searching for 2 twelve-month non-tenure-track instructional assistant professors (Lecturer/Engineer).  Positions include a 20% research assignment to support teaching. Come join a dynamic, diverse, and growing department. For… Read More

New grant: Gloria Kim, US Dept of State

Gloria Kim (Pingchien Neo Co-PI) was awarded a new grant entitled “U.S.-Korea Global Design Thinking Alliance for Community College Students”.   This project will address low study abroad participation of STEM students through the creation of a new faculty-led study-abroad program… Read More

AI Fundamentals

EED is teaching a new course Artificial Intelligence Fundamentals in Fall 2020.  Enrollment is limited.  

EED statement on diversity and inclusion

Given the recent historic times in our country, as your chair and fellow human being, I want all of you to know that I join the Gator community in condemning the senseless acts of violence and injustice against certain groups of our population.  We stand with President FuchsDean Frierson of the Graduate SchoolDean Abernathy of the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, and acknowledge the pain that is being suffered by the people of color across the nation, in particular the Black community.