Experiential learning and teamwork are essential ingredients to a rewarding engineering education for many engineering students. Student competitions give undergraduates not only the chance to put their classroom knowledge to work in a real world setting, but also, to bond with teammates over shared wins and losses. In recognition of the hard work and competitive spirit exhibited by undergraduate engineering …
Faculty in the department will teach general engineering courses, including a first-year design class, courses for a graduate certificate in Engineering Education, and conduct fundamental and applied research in the discipline of Engineering Education. The faculty will use evidence-based knowledge from their research to inform their teaching. The improved teaching methods will result in more engaged students and better learning …
Christina Gardner-McCune, Ph.D. discusses the importance of early computer science education.
How UF grad Ming Yang created tech repair Orchard.
UF engineering professor Dr. Swarup Bhunia, Director of the Warren B. Nelms Institute of the Connected World and Sachio Semmoto professor, is collaborating with Dr. Pavlo Antonenko, professor in the College of Education, to develop an online program that can be used to teach upper elementary school students how to use basic cryptography in an engaging way that will help them to read and write better and also become interested in engineering.
Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering Programs on the RiseRead Story
The Gator Theme Park Engineering & Design Club won the Ryerson Invitational Thrill Design Competition (RITDC), hosted by Universal Creative at Universal Orlando.
The University of Florida student team captured the top spot in the Student Design competition.
Spotlights on UF doctoral graduates who are now NSF CAREER faculty.