Alexandria Brady-Miné Wants to Build a Better World
While many mechanical engineering students look forward to professional careers building structures like bridges and buildings, Alexandria Brady-Miné has in mind something on a larger scale.
Linda and Jerry Griffin want to Change the Face of the Engineering Profession
With the goal of helping to increase the participation of women in engineering, Linda and Jerry Griffin have created their scholarship in order to make such a career accessible to more women by providing sustained support throughout their pursuit of an undergraduate engineering degree, regardless of the specific major.
Engineering Undergraduates Visit Munich, Berlin in First Official College Study Program
For the first official study abroad trip offered by the College of Engineering, 21 USF engineering students visited Munich and Berlin in March as part of a debut study abroad program focused on global approaches to sustainability in city planning, architecture and engineering.
New BCI Prototype Brain Painting Could be a Possible Treatment for ADHD
Computer Science Assistant Professor Marvin Andujar is harnessing the power of concentration and art to develop a new brain-computer interface (BCI) prototype and help study participants use their brain like never before with a goal of a new treatment option for those with ADHD.
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Awardees
Two Engineering students have received the oldest graduate fellowship of its kind, the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program which aims to support the vitality and diversity of the human resource base of science and engineering in the U.S.
Induction into the Profession Ceremony
The Spring 2022 Induction into the Profession Ceremony saw 273 engineering and computing students inducted into either the Order of the Engineer or the Pledge of the Computing Professional. 

USF College of Engineering alumni who were never inducted are always welcome to participate in the December ceremony.
Contact Janet Gillis.
The Sixth annual Engineering Honors event, sponsored by TECO, an Emera company, was held April 22 at The Gathering venue in Armature Works. The well attended awards event and dinner recognizes outstanding achievements by alumni and friends of the College who support our students. 

Receiving Engineering Excellence Awards were: Robert Higgins ’76 BS, MS, Lifetime Achievement Award; Ysela Llort and Dennis Blankenship ’87, Dean’s Distinguished Service Award; David Miga and Joy O’Shields, Dean’s Appreciation Award; Michael Herrin ’88 and Jamal Haque, ’11 Ph.D., Distinguished Alumni Award. Mark your calendars for 2023.

Engineering Honors will be held April 21, 2023 at the same venue.

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