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Computer Engineering Student and Former Green Beret Awarded 2017 Tillman Military Scholarship  
University of South Florida student and former U.S. Army Green Beret Joshua Pericles is among 61 U.S. military service veterans and military spouses from across the nation recently named 2017 Tillman Military Scholars by the Pat Tillman Foundation. Pericles, who is pursuing a bachelor's degree in computer engineering, was awarded a $10,000 annual scholarship to complete his degree.

James Mihelcic Receives E4 Award from AAEE
June 5, 2017 On April 13, 2017, Professor James Mihelcic was awarded the Excellence in Environmental Engineering and Science Education (E4) award from American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists at the National Press Club (Washington, D.C.). The "E4" Award is granted to an educator who has made a significant contribution to the environmental engineering profession in the area of educating practitioners.

College of Engineering Partners with SOCOM on Military Satellites   Tampa Bay Times
June 1, 2017  Howard Altman: USF researcher, too tall for space travel, works on SOCOM satellites.

Engineering Students Take Oath of Ethics for Their Profession    USF News
May 8, 2017  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.

EE Professor Sal Morgera "The Grandest Social Network" TEDx USF 2017
May 5, 2017  The human brain is the largest and oldest social network, evolving over two million years.

Robert Frisina Named Distinguished University Professor
May 3, 2017  University of South Florida Provost and Executive Vice President Ralph Wilcox has named Robert D. Frisina, Professor of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering and Communication Sciences & Disorders, and interim chair of the newly created Medical Engineering Department, a joint collaboration between the College of Engineering and Morsani College of Medicine, and a Fellow of the American Acoustical Society of America, and a Scientific Fellow of the American Academy Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery, a Distinguished University Professor (DUP) for 2017.

Brothers to Graduate With Common Goal: Provide a Better Life for Immigrant Parents   USF News
May 1, 2017 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   USF News
April 28, 2017 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)

Whitehatters Place in CTF Competition
April 22, 2017  The College of Engineering Whitehatters Computer Security Club (WCSC) placed second during the first annual Raymond James Financial Capture the Flag (CTF) competition held on the Raymond James campus in St. Petersburg.

Two Engineering Students Receive 2017 Goldwater Honorable Mention
April 10, 2017  Osniel Quintana, an undergraduate studying computer science, and Sanim Rahman, an undergraduate studying chemical engineering both received honorable mention for the 2017 Goldwater Scholarship.

Kingsley Reeves & Mary Goodwin Honored at Student Success Luncheon    USF News
April 6, 2017  Outstanding USF faculty, staff and students who contributed to a record-breaking year for the university's student success initiative were recognized March 21

Researchers Use Facial Expression Software to Gauge Pain    USFNews
March 27, 2017  For generations, nurses tending to newborns have been able to tell the subtle difference between a baby's cry of hunger and that of pain.

USF's Richard Gitlin elected to the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame    USF News
March 23, 2017  Engineering professor to be recognized for innovative research and development in digital communications, broadband networking, and wireless systems

Engineering Doctoral Students Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
March 23, 2017  Three College of Engineering graduate students have been honored by the National Science Foundation (NSF) 2017 Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP). This year, 2000 recipients were selected from over 13,000 applicants through a competitive review o based upon NSF's merit review criteria (Intellectual Merit and Broader Impact).