Divya Vellanki, a master’s student in computer science, came to UF from Andhra Pradesh, India and hit the ground running. Self-determined and ambitious, Divya dives into every opportunity available to her to enrich her college experience, determined to push herself out of her comfort zone and make a big impact in every endeavor she undertakes. After she received her …
The UF in Lille: Engineering and Arts Study Abroad Program, established in 2021, provides engineering students an opportunity to earn critical course credits while also taking in the culture, architecture, and history of northern France.
The University of Florida’s Engaging Quality Instruction through Professional Development (EQuIPD) grant has teamed up with Duke Energy – North Central Florida to bring back an exciting opportunity for high school students in local school districts.
Nov. 8 marks First Generation Day, as part of the University of Florida’s First-Generation college students’ weeklong celebration.
Designed to set the standard for future STEM buildings across national and international campuses and transform the artificial intelligence (AI) and data science workforce, the University of Florida Friday held a celebratory ribbon cutting for the Malachowsky Hall for Data Science & Information Technology.
UF’s Wanli Xing, associate professor of educational technology and faculty member in the Warren B. Nelms Institute for the Connected World, will lead the project titled: AI-augmented Learning by Teaching to Enhance and Renovate Math Learning (ALTER-Math).
Science, technology, engineering and math fields have many degree options and can lead to promising careers.
Damon Woodard is a UF professor of electrical and computer engineering and director of UF’s Applied Artificial Intelligence Group.
UF is expanding its successful pilot program, which aims to equip Florida youth with essential skills needed in an emerging AI-enabled workforce, to 12 school districts.
In June, the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering hosted the 46th annual Southeastern Conference for Minority Engineers (SECME) competition for middle and high school students from the Southeast region of the U.S. Participants from schools in Texas, Alabama, and Florida gathered on UF’s campus for SECME’s first in-person competition since 2019.