Engineering alumnus Katrina Myers dove into the challenge of improving access to clean water, and emerged as a leader within Engineers Without Borders USA.
UF’s American Society of Civil Engineers was recognized for their outstanding contributions and activities – including a “Triple Crown” of wins.
Awards highlight interdisciplinary research in computer science, biomedical and coastal engineering.
UF civil engineers travel to disaster sites to study damaged structures so they can learn to rebuild stronger.
Low-cost system removes pharmaceuticals and harvests nutrients for fertilizer.
Environmental engineering professor David Kaplan helps confirm what Cedar Key’s oyster industry has long suspected.
Original story published 9/24 on UF News The National Science Foundation today announced grants to Florida International University and University of Florida totaling nearly $8 million that will position the state to become a national hub for research into making homes and businesses safer in hurricanes and tornadoes. FIU’s Wall of Wind and UF’s Powell Family Structures and Materials Laboratory …
UF has become the first university in history to win both the national concrete canoe and steel bridge competitions in the same year.
“Dr. Dean was known around the world for his coastal engineering research and beach nourishment techniques.”