College of Engineering and the Response to COVID-19
When the state of Florida’s public health response to the COVID-19 global pandemic required closing the the USF Tampa campus for spring and summer semesters, it created the need for the College of Engineering to teach students and conduct business almost entirely online.
Yogi Goswami’s USF-patented Molekule Air Pro RX Receives FDA 510(k) Class II Medical Device Clearance
The USF-patented technology uses photo electrochemical oxidation (PECO) to capture and destroy airborne pollutants. Third-party testing conducted at an air quality lab used MS2, a proxy virus for SARS-CoV-2, and found that the PECO technology demonstrated greater than 5-log, or 99.999 percent reduction within 24 hours.
Engineering Faculty Receive Funding from USF COVID-19 Rapid Response Research Grants Program
Of the 14 projects receiving initial funding from the University of South Florida COVID-19 Rapid Response Research Grants program, four are led by faculty from the College of Engineering. Learn more about the research spearheaded by USF engineering faculty to help prevent the spread of novel coronaviruses.
Jeffrey Cunningham Receives 2020 ASEEP Award
Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Jeffrey Cunningham has been awarded the 2020 Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP) Award for Outstanding Contribution to Environmental Engineering & Science Education.
John Murray-Bruce Joins Computer Science and Engineering
Imperial College London grad and Boston University postdoc researcher John Murray-Bruce is bringing his expertise in computational imaging to a faculty position, a new course and a new lab in Computer Science and Engineering.
The Mini-Circuits Design for X Laboratory Produces Face Shields for USF Health and Tampa General Hospital
USF Engineers designed a face shield that can be produced in less than a minute, costing under a dollar.
Karen Romas Joins Development Team
Karen has joined the College as Director of Development, coming from Kent State University in Ohio.  Find out more about Karen and her passion for cars.


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.
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 from around the world. Stay tuned for more information.

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