University of South Florida
Home Sensor Network Technology for Older Adults
USF College of Engineering create home monitoring system technology to help detect
movement and activity in a home environment – empowering older adults to become the
drivers of their own health.
USF Team Wins Florida Section Traffic Bowl
The USF Institute of Traffic Engineers (ITE) Student Chapter Traffic Bowl Team won
the 2017 Florida Section/District 10 ITE Traffic Bowl competition and now heads to
the Championship in Toronto.
EE Professor Sal Morgera "The Grandest Social Network"
The human brain is the largest and oldest social network, evolving over two million
Engineering Students Take Oath of Ethics for Their Profession
In unison, 285 USF engineering students took an oath to forever stay focused on ethics
across their careers, as they participated in the annual Induction into the Profession.
Brothers to Graduate With Common Goal: Provide a Better Life for Immigrant Parents
From the fields of Immokalee, Fla. to the Sun Dome commencement stage, the three Guzman-Ramos
brothers will all graduate from USF with bachelor’s degrees this Saturday, May 6.
Engineering students demonstrate prototypes at MOSI
Teams of USF engineering students demonstrated their interactive and hands-on projects
at a public showcase on April 28 at the Tampa Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI)
Paper, telephones, cars, airplanes, technology, electricity… you are interacting with
thousands of engineers every day through the services and products that you use. You
didn't know it, but engineering is everywhere.