As we wrap up the end of the year, here’s a look at the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering’s accomplishments.
Volunteers sort and prepare items to be shipped to the Abacos Volunteers sort and prepare items to be shipped to the Abacos Charles “Chick” (BSCE ’72) and Lisa Gregg, UF Alumni Association life members, were vacationing in Colorado with their friend and partner, Mark Neubauer, when news of Hurricane Dorian’s imminent landfall reached them. Very quickly, their carefree vacation turned …
Bruce J. Rogow describes Camelot as getting involved in any role in a project, person or idea that will blossom into something groundbreaking and important in society.
Kaustubh Kale is a remarkable example of an international student who came from India to study for a Master’s Degree at UF on a full scholarship, then stayed on in Florida to start up his own company that is now well on a path to boost the state’s economy with new investment capital and new high-tech jobs. After finishing double …
How UF grad Ming Yang created tech repair Orchard.
William Van Duyn, once a student in the UF Department of Chemical Engineering, became an engineer on the Saturn rockets that took Apollo astronauts to the moon
Alumni Spotlight: Daniel Kleinman (B.S., Mechanical Engineering ‘15)
The recognition ceremony for Master’s, Specialist’s, and Doctoral degrees for the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering took place Monday, May 6, at 9 a.m. in the Stephen C. O’Connell Center.
Robert Pitzer (BSME ’97) and Scott Jantz- (BS ’95, MS ’98 ECE) co-founded Harvest CROO Robotics to develop an autonomous strawberry-picking machine.
Sanethia Thomas, Ph.D., served as the student speaker for the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering’s Master’s, Specialist’s and Doctoral recognition ceremony on May 6, 2019. Sanethia Thomas earned a Ph.D. in human-centered computing from the University of Florida’s Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering (CISE), and was advised by Juan E. Gilbert, Ph.D., the Banks Family Preeminence …