News Category Subscribe to RSS Feed


UF Civil Engineering: Kings & Queens of Concrete and Steel

Published: Jul 2nd, 2015

UF has become the first university in history to win both the national concrete canoe and steel bridge competitions in the same year.

Linda P. Hudson

Linda P. Hudson launches Leader in Residence Program in Engineering with $1M gift

Published: Jul 1st, 2015

The program will bring prominent leaders in technology, academia, public policy and research to UF campus.

Get to know Chelsey Simmons

Get to know Chelsey Simmons

Published: Jul 1st, 2015

Meet Chelsey Simmons, the first to be featured in our “Get to know a Gator Engineer” spotlight series. 

Juan Gilbert

Juan Gilbert selected for AAAS Invention Ambassador program

Published: Jul 1st, 2015

Juan Gilbert, the Andrew Banks Family Preeminence Endowed Professor & Chair and the new chair of the Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering has been selected by the […]

Good news for those facing the nightly grind!

Published: Jun 30th, 2015

With their development of a smart mouth guard that dentists can use to diagnose and treat teeth grinding, a team of University of Florida students representing the United States took […]


UF Engineering Innovation Institute hosts Brazilian delegation

Published: Jun 19th, 2015

The team of eleven from the State of Sao Paulo explored Gainesville’s innovation ecosystem as well as other parts of the state.


UF wins ASCE Steel Bridge national championship

Published: Jun 19th, 2015

Team captains Justin Rayl and Juliana Rochester report back on the national championship event.


UF answers White House call for a #nationofmakers

Published: Jun 12th, 2015

We’ve joined a consortium of universities that have pledged support to produce the next generation of innovators.


Gator Engineering is now on Instagram!

Published: Jun 8th, 2015

Follow us @gatorengineering.


DARPA to award UF up to $5.4 million for neuroprosthetics research

Published: Jun 4th, 2015

Dr. Rizwan Bashirullah, ECE, hopes to develop new neural interface technology so that patients can operate a prosthetic limb almost as naturally as a real one.