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Red Slater '81 Chronicled Early Days of Musician Tom Petty's Career
During a pause in his academic pursuits, College of Engineering alumnus William "Red" Slater took up residence with a couple of musician friends in a farmhouse sitting on ten acres of fertile Florida soil, north of Gainesville.
College of Engineering Sponsored ROBOTICON Tampa Bay 2017
More than 50 teams with names like Robo Raiders Porygon Programmers, Nerds of Prey and 4H Exploding Bacon, came together October 7 and 8 at the University of South Florida Sun Dome to celebrate all things robotics during the 2017 edition of ROBOTICON Tampa Bay.
Kat Moller '16 Says Her Other Car is a Dragster
Mechanical engineering alum Kat Moller is currently the world’s fastest female racer for her age. Read her incredible story.
Chris '92 and Leslie '93 Johnson are Brewing Their Own Success
While there are people who say their jobs are driving them to drink, two College of Engineering alumni are going further by owning a brewery and building a craft beer business.
Mel Butcher '13 does Podcast that Focuses on Women in STEM
When Mel "The Engineer" Butcher decided to study engineering, she was beginning a journey into a field she had little knowledge of or exposure to throughout her life and education (which included a BA in French from the University of Texas at Arlington) up to that point.
Congratulations: Engineering Alums Jeremy Rasmussen ’91 and Ray Carr ‘90 Receive Tampa Bay Tech Awards

Jeremy Rasmussen (l) , Cybersecurity Director and CTO of Abacode, received the Technology Leader of the Year award, which recognizes a demonstrated leader who has made a significant and positive impact on their firm, their technology field, and the Tampa Bay’s technology community.

Ray Carr (r) , founder and managing partner, and CTO of Occam Technology Group received the Technology Executive of the Year award, which recognizes a C-level technology executive who has made a significant and positive impact on their firm and the technology industry.
Chris Crist '17 has a Taste for Entrepreneurship
When Chris Crist graduated in May 2017 with a bachelor's degree in computer science and good prospects for a career as a software developer, he was already the chief executive officer, or chief executive chef, of his own business.
Benefits engineering students through scholarships and travel grants.
Dennis Blankenship '87 on Why He Gives Back
Student financial support is important and Blankenship says that receiving the Edgar W. Kopp Memorial Scholarship in his last semester at USF came at a time when his growing family needed it most.
The 46 th  Annual Engineering Expo will be February 16 & 17, 2018 at the College of Engineering on the USF Tampa campus. Free admission. This year’s theme is “Sustainability and Engineering the Future”