Here’s to our role in the global – and interstellar – innovation economy.
University of Florida Class of 1966 graduate Thomas Wade, a former engineering associate dean at USF, reflects on his involvement as a triple Gator.
Engineers’ Week at the University of Florida is a two-week celebration, hosted by the Benton Engineering Council through UF’s College of Engineering, that aims to recognize engineers’ contribution to modern social development through a series of fun, interactive, and informative events.
The Gator Outreach Initiative is committed to inspiring K-12 interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
One of the South’s largest hackathons! For one weekend, 500 students will come together as aspiring developers, engineers, builders, and designers. They’ll pick a project and learn by making.
The 22nd annual IPPD System Level Design Review is December 9, 2016 at the Emerson Alumni Hall and the Campions Club at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
Originally posted in The Alligator Two UF professors juxtaposed how to make voting accessible and secure with what those votes could mean for the presidency Tuesday night. About 50 people sat in the Pugh Hall Ocora as UF professors Juan Gilbert and Michael McDonald discussed new voting technology, as well as the early votes already tallied for the upcoming Nov. …
With Hurricane Matthew headed for Florida, Dean Abernathy & Dr. Wertheim held an informal groundbreaking to commemorate new Herbert Wertheim Laboratory for Engineering Excellence.