UF industrial engineering seniors Lia Frumenti and Haley Scites secured a second-place finish among 31 collegiate teams from across the nation in the annual Lockheed Martin Ethics in Engineering Case Competition, which required a two-day task to present the most ethical engineering solutions to a complex scenario proposed by the tournament officials.
The Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering and the Engineering Leadership Institute (ELI) hosted Dr. John L. Anderson, Ph.D., president of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), for the seminar “The Future of Engineering and Computer Science” on February 21. The seminar series brings world-class leaders in industry and academia to UF as part of the engineering leadership development program of the ELI.
As part of his commitment to the importance of leadership education, Gene Fraser (B.S., ChE ’76) has endowed two teaching professorships in the Engineering Leadership Institute at the UF Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering.
The Gator engineering team was selected as one of the top six teams to proceed to the semi-final round of competition involving tense, timed rounds of presentations about an engineering ethics case study scenario prepared by Lockheed Martin engineers.
UF Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering students aim high, fly higher with leadership education.
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Natalie Nelson is a doctoral student studying agricultural & biological engineering and an alumna of the Engineering Leadership Institute.
Conversations focused on ethics and civil discourse.
Chevron Corporation and our 2014 UF Distinguished Alumnus give $1M to establish the George Kirkland Professorship in Engineering Leadership.
The program will bring prominent leaders in technology, academia, public policy and research to UF campus.