Students from the UF section of the Society for Women in Engineering traveled to the SWE national conference in Nashville, TN, and returned with a “gold level” award for Outstanding Collegiate Section.
Electrical engineering design projects help the physically disabled to create music and improve unmanned search and rescue missions.
Team captains Justin Rayl and Juliana Rochester report back on the national championship event.
Reposted from the Gainesville Sun By Ariana Figueroa, Correspondent A team of Gators have added yet another national title to the University of Florida’s trophy haul. The school is now the home of the best steel bridge builders in the country, maybe even the world. The group of civil engineering students who make up the UF steel bridge team took …
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Jose Principe and Hans van Oostrom are two of four professors around campus being recognized for their distinguished achievements.
The #uifresh campaign aims to attract and retain more freshman STEM students.
UF CISE professor recognized for helping underrepresented minority computer science students to earn doctoral degrees.
Two Gator Engineering students have been selected for University Innovation Fellows, a program of the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation (Epicenter), which is funded by the National Science Foundation and housed at Stanford University. Natalie DeVarona and Daniel Kleinman – both mentored by Erik Sander, director of UF’s Engineering Innovation Institute – were among 123 student leaders from …
The first enrollee for the 2015 Florida Gators football team will also be a Gator Engineer. Daniel Imatorbhebhe (pronounced “EE-mat-tor-beh-beh”) is planning to study Industrial & Systems Engineering, in addition to being a tight end under the direction of new head coach Jim McElwain. In a recent interview with a Scout Recruiting reporter, Imatorbhebhe – who had several offers to …