UF electrical engineer Lesa Benton Roe continues her momentum as the first woman chancellor of the University of North Texas System.
Ted Henter (BSME ’74) remembers swerving as the lights came toward him. Those lights would be one of the last things he’d ever see. After two unsuccessful eye surgeries, Henter, then 27, awoke with a face full of stitches and a permanent disability. But Henter said he spent only about 10 minutes lamenting the loss of his eyesight before a …
Don Irons, a UF electrical & computer engineering alum and onetime NASA engineer, worked in a male-dominated field for 40 years. Now he’s investing in women engineers.
Dr. Sachio Semmoto, entrepreneur and UF electrical engineering alumnus, was honored at the UF Academy of Golden Gators.
Celebrating Longtime Supporters of Engineering Education at the University of Florida
Christina Bloebaum, a three-time graduate of UF’s aerospace engineering program, will lead the College of Aeronautics and Engineering at Kent State University.
Women’s History Month: The First Female Gator EngineerRead Story
Congratulations to Alex Moreno, recipient of this year’s Pinnacle Award, and our other talented alums who made the list for leading one of the world’s Fastest Growing Gator Companies!
The 2015 Materials Science & Engineering graduate is heading to the Olympics for speedskating as a member of Team USA.
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