The triple Gator Engineering grad recently appeared on the Science Channel’s “MythBusters: The Search.” She’s back on campus for the institute’s “Spotlight on Innovation.”
A glimpse at the new Wind Tunnel Terraformer shows how we are reducing storm impact on our coastal communities.
Lamar Miller, University of Florida professor of environmental engineering sciences, passed away on January 1, 2017. He was 81. Miller spent 13 years at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency where he was science advisor to the Assistant Administrator for Enforcement and Director of Hazardous Waste Enforcement in Washington, D.C. He joined the faculty at UF as a professor in the …
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Environmental engineering professor publishes breakthrough approach to create resilient coastal communities.
UF Engineering faculty and NSF CAREER awardee Jennifer Rice is exploring best practices with emerging technologies.
Frank Townsend’s article in The Conversation discusses ways the expansion will transform shipping around the world.
The UF Distinguished Alumnus was respected around the world for his environmental engineering designs and ethics.
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.