Dr. Janusz Zalewski (Software Engineering) was interviewed by WGCU on Net Neutrality on December 6. The discussion also included former Governor Charlie Crist, and Ryan Singel (Media and Strategy Fellow at Stanford Law School). The conversation was recorded and made available at http://news.wgcu.org/post/cases-and-against-net-neutrality.
CONGRATULATIONS TO Chelsea Atkins (Software Engineering Student) – honored recipient of the STEM Career in the Stars SMART Scholarship Chelsea – we are all so proud of you!
(Video Courtesy of Julien Thomas) Speakers: Dr. Lisa Zidek (Intro), Dr. Derek Lura (Rehabilitation), Dr. Jiehong Liao (Scientific Discovery), Dr. Chris Geiger (Gene Therapy) What: Presentations on research currently being done in the U.A. Whitaker College of Engineering. Who: Students interested in research or the Grand Challenges More Information: Visit http://www.engineeringchallenges.org
Be sure to visit the Engineering CAREER EXPO: Friday, November 3, 2017 from 11:00am – 2:00pm in Holmes Hall Atrium *Presentations will be given in HE 302 and HE 433*
FEMA opened a temporary DISASTER RECOVERY CENTER (DRC) at the ETI on Friday, Sept. 22, Room #118. Doors will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week until further notice. As more centers open, survivors may locate one near them at https://www.fema.gov/disaster-recoverycenters or by calling FEMA Helpline at 800-621-3362. That information is also available
Photo: Courtesy of James Huff Officers of the ASCE Club attended the Florida Section of the annual Conference in Orlando. While there they attended the Quarterly Board Meeting, Socials where they interacted with Professional Engineers, and participated in a variety of interesting Seminars aimed at networking possibilities. Featured are Greg Zielinski (Treasurer, Dylan Mertzlufft (Operations Manager), and James
Students and Administrators from Miami Dade College visited with Dr. Claude Villiers regarding the potential transfer of STEM students. Photo: Courtesy of Lynn See
Holmes Hall has a new “virtual reality” Lab!!! Visit the below LINK for the Video. The Lab is rigged with cameras, motion detectors, speakers and computers. Students will need to wear virtual reality goggles, 3-D glasses and use remotes with joysticks to get the greatest use out of the room. That is because the room
An Open House was held at the Emergent Technologies Institute on May 31 featuring the new Master of Science in Engineering Program. Congressman Francis Rooney, who represents Florida’s 19th District (which includes Fort Myers and Naples), gave welcoming remarks. Congressman Rooney expressed his commitment to solving important water quality issues — and to supporting economic growth
Enjoy these photos from the Order of the Engineer held on April 7, 2017 Officiated by: Dr. Robert O’Neill, Dr. Claude Villiers, Mr. Bob Murray, and Dr. Richard Behr (Photos courtesy of Lynn See)
CONGRATULATIONS to: Dr. Janusz Zalewski (Software Engineering) Awarded a Summer Faculty Fellowship at the Air Force Academy in Colorado for 2017!! (Phot0 Courtesy of Lynn See)
– Cardboard Regatta preparation in progress – Competition: Four Freedoms Park, Sat., April 22 (Photo Courtesy of Lynn See)
Congratulations to all the FGLSAMP Graduates – your contributions & involvement is what makes this Program a huge success! (Photo Courtesy of Dr. Villiers)
Lynn See receiving Certificate of Appreciation from ASCE Officers for another GREAT year! (Photo Courtesy of Megan Paulin)
Staff in the College of Engineering WIN the SAC “Spirit Award”!!! (Photo Courtesy of Lynn See)
2017 ASCE Student Competition at FAU! – Took 6th Place Overall in the Southeastern Region of US – Concrete Canoe – Took 12th Place (Left to Right: Jordan Moulton & Casey Marika) Steel Bridge – Took 7th Place (Photos courtesy of Casey Marika)
WINNERS: Engineering students at the ASCE 2017 SE Student Competition 6th Place Overall in the Southeastern Region of United States (Including Concrete Canoe & Steel Bridge)! ASCE Students at FAU Left to Right: Dylan Mertzlufft, Faleesha Fernandez, James Huff lst Place: Wood Dam Left to Right, front row: Casey Marika, lst Place: T-Shirt Design Dr. Villiers, Valentina Cherednichenko
Joe DeBono, 2012 Graduate of Civil Engineering, is hired as Dade City Public Works Director! Congratulations Joe!!!
J Hard at work in Holmes Hall 230: Environmental Chemistry (CHM1084C, CRN 10141) taught by Dr. Mary Abercrombie. Photos Courtesy of Lynn See
Fermin Diaz (on behalf of The Florida Engineering Foundation) presented a $2,000 check to the ASCE Student Club Organization for their upcoming Design Team Competition. Left to right: Mr. Fermin Diaz, Dr. Richard Behr, Casey Marika (ASCE Club President) and Dr. Robert O’Neill. Stay tuned to see how well they do! Last year’s Steel Bridge Competition – Project was converted by