Mauricio Arias’ Research Featured in Nature Sustainability
Civil and Environmental Assistant Professor Mauricio Arias has spent the last decade conducting research into the effects of dams built on some of the most biodiverse rivers in the world. His most recent work focused on the hydropower potential of the largest network of planned and existing dams in the Amazon River Basin was featured in the March edition of international science journal Nature branch "Nature Sustainability."
Environmental Engineering Researchers Receive Award for On-site Wastewater Project
Solving the problem of environmental pollution from domestic wastewater sources like septic tanks is the focus of a civil and environmental engineering research project that has won a prestigious award from the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists (AAEES).
More than 100 researchers, inventors, educators and industry leaders recently gathered at the USF Research Park to discuss the emerging frontier in technology and how to bring researchers and industry together to advance AI and develop today's students as the innovators of this emerging frontier.
The College of Engineering and its academic programs placed very well in the recent USNWR 2021 rankings for Engineering Graduate Programs. Here’s how we ranked among public universities:
Environmental Engineering – 20
Chemical Engineering – 41
Civil Engineering – 43
Computer Engineering – 52
Electrical Engineering – 60
Computer Science – 64
Biomedical Engineering – 71
Mechanical Engineering – 77
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Spring Induction Into the Profession Ceremony
Induction is now an online ceremony in keeping with USF Event policy during the COV-19 epidemic. The ceremony will not be held in person for May 2020. If you have questions contact Janet Gillis.
USF Engineering Alumni Society Bullarney Fundraiser – RESCHEDULED to Saturday, August 29, 2020, 6 p.m. | Gibbons Alumni Center, Tampa campus
For nearly 25 years, the Engineering Alumni Society has held Bullarney to raise funds in support of engineering students. During this time they’ve raised $700,000 for student scholarships, educational programs, conference travel grants and areas of critical need. Find out how you can join the fun.
6 th Engineering Honors Event – Rescheduled to Saturday, November 7, 2020, 6 p.m. | Armature Works
Engineering Honors celebrates and recognizes significant contributions to the field of engineering by the College of Engineering's most illustrious alumni and friends around the world. More information to come.
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